Deconstruction is an environmentally-friendly method of demolition, focusing on the disassembly of buildings in order to recover and re-use construction materials. Deconstruction work provides job opportunities to relatively low-skilled participants, helping them build a work history and work habits while learning basic construction-site skills. The information in this packet from the Employment and Training Administration, is based upon the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission’s experience, with supplemental information from organizations such as the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and the ReUse People, which specialize in deconstruction training.
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