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The American College of the Building Arts Renovation Breaks Ground

The Post and Courier reported on the ground breaking ceremony of the American College of the Building Arts renovation project. HITT's Charleston office will convert the vacant trolley barn at 645 Meeting Street into a mix of classrooms, offices, a library and work areas for teaching masonry, plaster, stone carving, carpentry, timber framing and ironwork. In about a year, the $3.5 million rehabilitation project will be the new home for the American College of the Building Arts. For the full story click below.