COVID-19 has changed a lot in your daily life. More work is being done from home, six-feet apart is the new normal, and time with others is limited.
Although it looks different this year, MCL’s commitment to our community has not changed. Over the next few months, MCL volunteers will be building a brand-new, 2,300 square foot, five-bedroom, two-bath home for a local, deserving family.
It is one of six homes that will be built through this year’s Habitat for Humanity Pro Build. Out of respect for safety regulations and compliance with COVID-19 guidelines, the Pro Build is a socially distant version of the annual Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build. The Blitz was a one-week super build where hundreds of contractors and volunteers partnered to build a block of homes in a short timeline.
This year, each home is spaced out, Pro Builders are constructing the homes rather than community volunteers, and there is a longer timeline on the project.
This is MCL’s 9th year participating in the build and despite changes, it’s a project we look forward to each year. Led by MCL Project Engineers Sam Howe, Jack Nelson, and Nate Hogberg, we plan to have our home finished by October and ready for a new family to turn our work into their home.
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