Engineering on Crowder-Drury House

The Crowder-Drury engineering team established a goal to create a durable, energy efficient home that has the power to withstand high winds while being affordable. A primary design of the home is its ability to respond to a natural disaster quickly enough to save lives. The home can be shipped in by truck and constructed on site; this simple aspect… Read more →

Shelter house continues to generate regional buzz

With storm season in full swing in the Ozarks, the Crowder-Drury Shelter home continues to gain regional attention. In April, the team was invited to the Safe and Sound Expo, which was attended by more than 7.500 of people and featured several hundred vendors. Come join us at the @kytv Safe & Sound event to learn more about @CrowderDrurySol! #CrowderDrurySolar pic.twitter.com/0bHUIbRlNB… Read more →

The Home Life Team Demonstrates the Livability of a Solar-Powered Home

By Blake Thomazin & Kayla Nichols When is a House a Home? The Home Life Team Demonstrates the Livability of a Solar-Powered Home During the weeklong Solar Decathlon event in California, teams will have many opportunities to display the living features of their houses, In the Home Life Contest, students must demonstrate that the house is suitable to be a… Read more →