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Green Modular Construction

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ECHO DCL has taken large steps into building greener buildings and building in a greener environment. A  modular building is far more efficient in its use of material resources compared to traditional construction. According to the National Science and Technology Council—the Cabinet-level Council at White House dedicated to the research and application of science and […]

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ECHO DCL Aides Royce City, Texas

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The Wonderful Company I work for ECHO DCL construction, has been looking to offer aide to the victims of the tornadoes this week. As I was looking into this I realized that Royce City is in desperate need of Aide…. They have yet to receive donations and are in need of EVERYTHING. I have spoken to […]

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Dangerous Storms Hit North Texas

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Surveyors fanned out across North Texas on Wednesday to access the damage from as many as 13 tornadoes that pummeled towns around Dallas, flattening homes, flipping tractor-trailers and grounding flights. A preliminary report issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management shows the cities of Arlington and Lancaster received the brunt […]

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Student to Teacher Ratio

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What number of students should each teacher teach?  How many is “too many”?  Throughout the class-size debates, some believe the fewer the better, while others feel it makes no difference.  Over the past many years this issue has been visited and re-visited.  Over all everyone seems to somewhat agree on one key point; the student […]

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Classroom Overcrowding

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With increasing population, the number of school age children is increasing much faster than the number of schools being built.  This is a problem that is faced by almost every educational system in America.  A few statistics by the American education boards reports that one out of every 3 children in urban cities studies in […]