Construction workers use Lego to build new homes in Boston

Construction workers at the Boston Construction Company in Boston, Massachusetts, used Lego construction blocks to build an entire new home for them and their families.

The company was recently given a $500,000 grant to build the house, which will be constructed with a modular construction system, as well as a roof deck, walls and ceilings.

The home was designed by Boston architect Matt Johnston, and it will feature a spacious kitchen and bath.

Construction is expected to begin next month.

Construction has already started on the house.

“It was a blast,” said one of the workers, who wished to remain anonymous.

“We had so much fun with it.

It was an amazing feeling to be part of something so big.

We’re all in it together, and we all want to make this the best project we can, and this house is one of those projects that I’ve always dreamed of.”

Construction was started in late August and is expected on schedule.

“The whole process was very smooth,” said a construction worker.

“I think we’ll all be very proud of the work we did on this house.”

Construction workers were paid $3,000 for the work and the construction was completed by December 30.

Johnston has previously worked on projects in Atlanta, where he designed a large home for the Atlanta Braves, and at the home of the New York Yankees.

“Matt Johnston has created a home in which to live and work that has an amazing sense of style,” said New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

“This is a very special project for our state and our nation.

The design is so original and beautiful, and Matt Johnston’s creative vision has brought this home to life.”

Johnston’s website has more information about the house and the project.