New mini excavator purchased at PTC


The Building Construction Technology (BCT) Department at Piedmont Technical College recently purchased a mini excavator with the help of federal Perkins money. Shown with the excavator are, from left, Chad Teague, director of facilities management; Tucker Threlkeld of Ninety Six; Dr. Jack Bagwell, vice president for academic affairs; Kim Cox, grants accountant; Gail Carruth, accounts payable accountant; Caroline Chappell, grants administrator; Tara Lindley, BCT instructor; Bruce Tolbert, BCT instructor; and Kenneth McDaniel of Newberry. Back row are Brandon Kelley of Honea Path; Cody Jeter of Whitmire; Devon Woodruff of Laurens; Scott Hunter of Prosperity; Joe Lindler of Little Mountain; Tyler Brown of Greenwood; Kyle Morgan of Enoree; Carl Ouzts of North Augusta; Zach Todd of Troy; Ben Rushton of Ninety Six; Bobby Roche, program director for BCT; Johnson Wooten of Greenwood; Kym McCoppin of Greenwood; and Charles Sayer of Greenwood.


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The Building Construction Technology (BCT) Department at Piedmont Technical College recently purchased a mini excavator with the help of federal Perkins money. Shown with the excavator are, from left, Chad Teague, director of facilities management; Tucker Threlkeld of Ninety Six; Dr. Jack Bagwell, vice president for academic affairs; Kim Cox, grants accountant; Gail Carruth, accounts payable accountant; Caroline Chappell, grants administrator; Tara Lindley, BCT instructor; Bruce Tolbert, BCT instructor; and Kenneth McDaniel of Newberry. Back row are Brandon Kelley of Honea Path; Cody Jeter of Whitmire; Devon Woodruff of Laurens; Scott Hunter of Prosperity; Joe Lindler of Little Mountain; Tyler Brown of Greenwood; Kyle Morgan of Enoree; Carl Ouzts of North Augusta; Zach Todd of Troy; Ben Rushton of Ninety Six; Bobby Roche, program director for BCT; Johnson Wooten of Greenwood; Kym McCoppin of Greenwood; and Charles Sayer of Greenwood.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_BCTExcavator-11-15.jpgThe Building Construction Technology (BCT) Department at Piedmont Technical College recently purchased a mini excavator with the help of federal Perkins money. Shown with the excavator are, from left, Chad Teague, director of facilities management; Tucker Threlkeld of Ninety Six; Dr. Jack Bagwell, vice president for academic affairs; Kim Cox, grants accountant; Gail Carruth, accounts payable accountant; Caroline Chappell, grants administrator; Tara Lindley, BCT instructor; Bruce Tolbert, BCT instructor; and Kenneth McDaniel of Newberry. Back row are Brandon Kelley of Honea Path; Cody Jeter of Whitmire; Devon Woodruff of Laurens; Scott Hunter of Prosperity; Joe Lindler of Little Mountain; Tyler Brown of Greenwood; Kyle Morgan of Enoree; Carl Ouzts of North Augusta; Zach Todd of Troy; Ben Rushton of Ninety Six; Bobby Roche, program director for BCT; Johnson Wooten of Greenwood; Kym McCoppin of Greenwood; and Charles Sayer of Greenwood. Courtesy photo

The Building Construction Technology (BCT) Department at Piedmont Technical College recently purchased a mini excavator with the help of federal Perkins money. Shown with the excavator are, from left, Chad Teague, director of facilities management; Tucker Threlkeld of Ninety Six; Dr. Jack Bagwell, vice president for academic affairs; Kim Cox, grants accountant; Gail Carruth, accounts payable accountant; Caroline Chappell, grants administrator; Tara Lindley, BCT instructor; Bruce Tolbert, BCT instructor; and Kenneth McDaniel of Newberry. Back row are Brandon Kelley of Honea Path; Cody Jeter of Whitmire; Devon Woodruff of Laurens; Scott Hunter of Prosperity; Joe Lindler of Little Mountain; Tyler Brown of Greenwood; Kyle Morgan of Enoree; Carl Ouzts of North Augusta; Zach Todd of Troy; Ben Rushton of Ninety Six; Bobby Roche, program director for BCT; Johnson Wooten of Greenwood; Kym McCoppin of Greenwood; and Charles Sayer of Greenwood.

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