Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa -East
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... out the size and amount and angles to cut up a stack of wood on the ground and then once the walls are raised, they pass up these stacks of wood, and, bingo, they all fit. So, we tried to prepare as well as we could before the group shows up to build kind of a landmark 50th home. The Friday night before the Monday start, all of the roof trusses are cut and stacked in piles on the ground. The footprint of this future home for ...
... well, I must say. When they started the home at 24 Juanita Drive at 8:00 Friday morning, there was only a slab concrete foundation with the 6' x6' saferoom already sitting on it. By end of day Saturday, the building had a roof with black paper on it, walls with sheathing and windows and doors cut out, doors installed. Marphus, the homeowner came by just after the group had left on ...
... into Brandon up on a roof on the first house the freshly re-booted Habitat affiliate was doing in Tuscaloosa. I knew Brandon from Biloxi days. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman who had set up a non-profit to do all of the casework for people who needed help in Biloxi. Brandon was writing all of the construction scopes of work and doling out the houses to the 4 or 5 groups that were bringing volunteers ...
... is being co-led by John and Alex. The other two homes were both started at the same time, about 3 weeks ago. One is being led by Stephen Scott, who has announced that he will be leaving us on April 15 and this will be his last home in T-Town. The last of the four is the new home for DeQuisha and Delano at 12 Juanita Drive. It's important to know ...
One year ago we started a two week blitz build on a project called "Let's get Jackie home by Christmas". It was located in the west end of town where the houses tend to be a little more in need than the rest of Tuscaloosa. Jackie's home had reached the point beyond which repairing it made any sense. We had the home demolished, cleared the lot, and with plans and permits in place, began construction of a new 3 bedroom, 2 bath ...