A victim of what's been dubbed the Halloween Flood, Diane Gregg experienced devastation as her home was completely wiped out and several of her horses and pets were killed. Wanting to start anew, Diane called Reclaimed Space and asked Tracen to build her a new home. Reclaimed Space takes on the honored task! Using refurbished materials from a deconstructed, old barn and incorporating elements of what is left on Diane's property, Reclaimed Space builds Diane a new home. However, in the process, Reclaimed Space hits a few bumps in the road. Can Tracen get Diane's home to her property on time and in one piece? And if he does, will it live up to Diane's hopes and dreams?
Jeff and Mary Cris Crawford, Austinites to the core, moved to the quiet countryside, 10 miles east of Austin, after living in Central Austin for over 30 years. The new house and 5 acres of land are perfect just for them, but with twin 31-year-old daughters who visit often, there's just not enough room! That's why the Crawfords are having Tracen at Reclaimed Space build a cabin on their property with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms to accommodate the twins and their own families when they visit. Now the question is, will the twins like what mom and dad have custom designed just for them?
Texas A&M University, located in College Station, TX is home to over 50,000 students. Being one of the largest universities in the country, students study a wide array of topics. One particular student organization, The Howdy Farm, is passionate about teaching students and the public about sustainable agriculture, so they've asked Tracen and Reclaimed Space to build an outdoor, solar classroom, where they can showcase sustainable ways of doing things. The organization hopes to use the classroom for meetings as well as a place to sell vegetables. Now the question is, will this outdoor, sustainable classroom be everything The Howdy Farm hoped for?