The Osage County Building Materials & Equipment Center is a cooperative of the Osage City Council and Osage Community College.
The center offers the tools and materials needed to install and maintain buildings.
Osage Public Schools and Osagami Elementary School are the first two schools to receive their own building materials center.
The center will provide the tools, materials and building materials for Osagamistropes’ buildings to be used throughout the city.
The building materials include, but are not limited to, cement, concrete, asphalt, steel, wood, glass and brick.
“It’s going to be a very interesting, unique building material center,” said Osagamanstropes Superintendent Tom Babbitt.
“The materials are going to really make our buildings look like they’re from the 1800s.
We’re going to have the materials in a place where they’re not going to break or leak, and I think it’s going be very exciting.”
Building materials and the building itself will be manufactured and installed by Osagame County, which is home to several other Osagames.
The Osagamas have been the largest building materials manufacturer in the United States, producing a total of 8,700 tons of building materials and services.
The building materials are used to create the roofs of Osagams high schools, buildings and other structures, according to the building materials program manager at Osagaming County, Mark Hensley.
“The materials used in our building materials come from many different sources, so the majority of the materials we use are from a variety of sources,” Hens