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This meticulously crafted tiny home, measuring 9' in width and 32' in length, was custom built by the dedicated 2023/24 Class at Summit High School with the assistance of volunteer tradespeople from the local Summit County community. Designed to withstand snowloads at 7,000' elevation or lower, it offers both durability and modern comfort. Equipped with a full range of stainless steel GE appliances, including a stack washer/dryer unit and a 4-burner ceramic glass cooktop, this all-electric home also features a 200-amp panel and a robust solar system capable of supporting a hot tub and car charging. The interior boasts Aristokraft Cabinetry, quartz countertops, and laminated watersafe flooring, ensuring both style and functionality. Additional highlights include a Mitsubishi Mini Split Heat/AC system, a DreamLine shower, and comprehensive insulation for year-round comfort. This unique tiny home represents a collaborative effort between students and local professionals, resulting in a high-quality, sustainable living space perfect for minimalist and eco-friendly living.


Careers in Construction Colorado brings construction-based vocational education into high school curriculums. The Summit County Builders Association, in partnership with Summit High School and CIC Colorado, introduced this program in the fall of 2022. Our 1st semester was full with 90 students and waitlisted for the 2nd semester.


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The Summit Foundation      
Scott & Anne Lindblom/LIV Sotheby’s Intl Realty
Pinnacle Gives
Summit Economic Partn


HBI Colorado Springs

Rotary Club of Summit County

Summit County Builders Assoc.

Town of Silverthorne

Town of Breckenridge


Allen-Guerra Design

Alpine Lumber

Anthony Ryan Associates, LLC

Breckenridge Building Center

Breckenridge Lands


G E Johnson


Kevin’s Construction

Linda Peotter Giving Generations Foundations

Mathison Construction

Orr Concrete

RJG Associates

Summit County Commissioners

Summit Homes Construction

Travis Construction

Xcel Energy


Alpine Lumber

Breckenridge Building Center

BGV Gives

Brian Hoffman, Hoffman Excavation

Columbine Concrete

Gallegos Corporation


Janet Eickelman

K.C. Custom Builders

Knipps Welding

Lipari Construction

Matthew Mueller

Palisade Building Group

P.J., High Altitude Trucking

Siloam Stone

Tamara Pouge, Summit County Commissioner

Timberline Disposal

Travis Construction


Carolanne Powers, Summit Homes Construction

Chad Rowe, Pinnacle Mtn Homes

Dominick Leonardi, Dominator Plumbing

Elizabeth McBurney, McBurney Built

Encore Electric, Mobile Classroom Experience

Heath Coffman, Coffman Construction

Joe Ratlif, American Electric

Johnny Burnette

Lane Mathison, Mathison Construction

Luis Canales, Roof Evolution

Michael Shult, Michael Shult Architect

Mike Hanselman, ListenUp

Peter Schmitdt, Xcel

Rama Timmons, Driftwood Custom Builders

Rick Fout, Town of Breckenridge

Samuel Martinez, All Peak Builders

Scott Orr, Orr Concrete

Tim Arthur, TAA Construction

Travis Barton & Nick Black, Breckenridge Building Supply

Careers in Construction Colorado brings construction-based vocational education into high school curriculums. 

The Summit County Builders Association, in partnership with Summit High School and CIC Colorado, introduced this program in the fall of 2022. Our first year had 60 female and male students.

Dedicated to bringing local construction trades into the classroom to provide hands-on learning, this program sets itself apart from others with its unique approach. With over 30 community volunteers from more than 10 trades presenting classroom instruction, students have the opportunity to learn about plumbing, electrical, framing and more. 

The CIC program is made possible by Summit County's community of givers, in its first year we received an amazing outpouring of support for this program. SHS will have over 90 students participating in the CIC program this coming school year, to be successful this program will continue to need assistance. Please consider making a monetary donation, or a donation of time or materials.

We believe that these students are the future of the building industry and are committed to providing resources and support to help them succeed.

© 2023 Summit County Builder's Association

669 Summit Blvd, Unit H

PO Box 2245, Frisco, CO 80443

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