- Last Updated on 07:48 AM 08/07/13
- BY The Gazette-Virginian
The Tri-River Habitat For Humanity continues to work on the house located on Jefferson Avenue in South Boston.
McDannald Construction dug the foundation in mid June and also erected the roof trusses and installed the entire roof sheathing for the project.
Huber Engineered Woods provided the sheathing and the sub flooring along with the roof and joint tape.
Mike Koch, president of the Tri-River Habitat for Humanity thanked both companies for the labor and materials they provided for the 1,536 square foot home with four beds and two baths along with a kitchen and family room.
Those pictured are (front row, from left) Alex Tucker, Andy Flowers of McDannald Construction, Mike Koch and Chris Tuck, Q. A. at Huber Engineered Woods. Not pictured Lee Pugh and Lacy Hammock; back row (from left) Ernest Vass, B. J. Thornburg, Bob Mason, Scott Szakacs and Bill Wilkins.