Keep Craft Alive Podcast: Ep.16, Joe Cook and Travis Brungardt, Midwest Building Science Symposium
Learn more about the upcoming Midwest Building Science Symposium and why it’s important to grow in your trade.
In this special series of episodes of the FHB Podcast, Andrew Zoellner, executive director of Keep Craft Alive, shares his conversations with some of the most talented and dedicated people in the world of residential design and construction.
Joe Cook and Travis Brungardt run Catalyst Construction in Kansas City, but they’re also the founders of the Midwest Building Science Symposium. Learn more about how they got into the trades, how they ended up partnered in their business, and why they felt it was important to facilitate more conversations around building science and community.
Photo courtesy of the Midwest Building Science Symposium.
Visit bsandbeerkc.regfox.com to register for the symposium.
And KCA Podcast listeners can get a free hat by entering coupon code: FHBKCA during checkout.
Keep Craft Alive is an initiative powered by Fine Homebuilding to bring awareness to the skills gap in the building industry and the rich professional opportunities that exist in the trades.
The SkillsUSA #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship Fund provides tuition money to students pursuing a career in the trades. You can make a tax-deductible donation to the fund, or buy a #KeepCraftAlive T-shirt to both support the fund and show your support.