Students design shelter for use after disasters
When Austin Leake was a child, he built things out of Legos and designed his own treehouse. Cody Frieden traveled abroad for mission trips and helped repair flood-ravaged homes in the U.S. Now, the two Pittsburg State University senior construction engineering students have teamed up to design and build something that has global applications during or after a disaster: a rapidly deployable transitional disaster shelter.Continued ...
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