Hayden Homes partnered with Parr Lumber and Redmond High School to share and train their local CTE students on the new OptiFrame construction system.
Redmond High School students are getting a lesson in compassion, as well as construction. They’re assembling an 80-square-foot shelter that will house a homeless individual in Redmond’s Oasis Village later this year.
▶️ Redmond High School students building homeless shelters for Oasis Village
“We were thrilled to have Parr Lumber generously donate the lumber, siding, window, and door for this initial sleeping unit and provide instruction on the new Opti frame system,” says Hayden Homes.
For more info on the OptiFrame Process please visit: https://parr.com/blog/opti-frame-benefits-of-precut-framing-packages/
We are so excited to bring this new innovative construction system to Central Oregon!