Hampton Inn - University
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn - University Tuscaloosa
We stayed here for one night while visiting Tuscaloosa and it is very quiet. The breakfast is good and there are cookies and milk in the evening.
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... was able to shut off the water from the outside, but the damage was already done. It seems the plumbers had hooked up all of the kitchen and bathroom fixtures and one of their connections to the bathroom vanity did not hold, the 3/8" grey plastic pipe separated itself from the shutoff under the sink and flooded the house from Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning with we don't know how many gallons of water. Completely ...
... towards the construction of a new home for Marphus. They also talked of wanting to send of group out to volunteer to help build the house. This past Friday and Saturday they did just that. About twenty of the higher up management team, including the president and a few vice presidents, came out, rolled up their sleeves, and instead of managing the work actually did the work. And ...
... the poles and we would take it from there. One of the houses, oops, the foundation was set a foot and a half too low. So, that one ended up having a little two foot crawlspace under the house. Worked out well for the plumbers, actually.
Bart had a little too much on his plate those days. He was expecting new baby #2 with Heather, they were buying a home up in Massachusetts and when it looked like it wadn't gonna happen, ...
... here. We had the groundbreaking ceremony this past Thursday.
Upcoming special builds also include a Women's Build (gotta dig out my red dress) and a house sponsored by local businesses.
Trying to have DeQuisha's home substantially complete before I head off for 2 weeks up in Luuuhville, Kentucky for the Millard Fuller Legacy Build. 10 rehabs and ...
... to the day- same thing-demolished the old structure, got plans and permits approved and began construction of a new home. I was asked to be house leader on this one. We have two other house leaders on staff, Stephen Scott and Joey Crimmins, both who are capable of leading and building new homes and are in their mid-to-upper twenties. Every once in a while though, homeowners request to have the old guy lead their house. I ...