Roebbelen project recognized in Presidential State of the Union Address

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 in Featured, News

The 2014 State of the Union Address given by President Obama on Tuesday, January 28 included a pleasant surprise. The Stem Academy at Edison High School in Stockton, CA was given 15 seconds of national recognition as the President spoke of advances happening across the country and what we “need more of.”

Roebbelen is proud to have been given the opportunity to bring the Stem Academy at Edison High School to life for those students. The Academy is a new 16,212 SF engineering technology building on the Edison High School campus. Students now have a chance to learn engineering, robotics and construction with state-of-the-art equipment.
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View the State of the Union Address to check it out for yourself (click on the picture to the left). The Stem Academy is mentioned roughly 26 minutes into the speech. You can also take a look at the CBS 13 video and news story on the topic on their website here.

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