Turner Construction Teams with Flatiron for Habitat for Humanity
Greenwood Village, CO – Volunteers with Turner Construction teamed up with volunteers from sister company, Flatiron Construction, to participate in a Habitat for Humanity build. The group of 12 spent the day at Sable Ridge Townhomes where they helped work on five separate townhouse units.
Renovations to the townhomes were extensive, and included moving doorframes, installing new insulation in door and window headers, framing, bracing and backing in the walls, and installing wood backing for drywall under stairways.
Cody Stoltenberg, engineer with Denver, is a member of Denver’s Community Service committee, and seized the opportunity to involve the team in an area of community service that aligned with their skills.
“It’s always great to help out in the community whenever possible, but especially so when we’re involved with something that is our expertise,” said Cody, “Turner and Flatiron combined to provide a fun and diverse team of professionals to lend a hand to Habitat For Humanity, and everyone had a great time.”
Residents of the 51-unit Sable Ridge Townhomes development will enjoy nearby walking paths and outdoor space as well as easy access to transportation corridors and community activities. Living units will consist of two, three, and four bedrooms and by the time they are finished more than 20,000 volunteers will have contributed their time.
Pictures courtesy of Turner Construction