Thank you to the CRMCA members who attended the key ceremony and volunteer event last week at the Trailhead Townhome ICF project.
This project has been an ongoing partnership between Build With Strength, CRMCA, NRMCA and Habitat for Humanity of Teller County and we were so excited to celebrate the first two homeowners getting the keys to their brand-new concrete homes!
“This my first home ever that I’ve owned by myself,” said Sheryl Hrncir, welcoming visitors to her 1,100-square-foot, two-story townhome. A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom-home with views of Pikes Peak from both levels, the townhome is one of 18 units of nine duplexes to be built on the site.
Allison Brown spoke during the ceremony led by Habitat’s executive director, Keith Meier, and Zonya Rodabough, president of the board. “I’m really excited to have this,” said Brown, whose home is the same size as Hrncir’s.
This event showcased the current developments of the Teller County Habitat for Humanity build, and the latest innovations in Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) construction.
Gregg Lewis, Executive Vice President of Promotion, Strategy and Communications with NRMCA and Chris Dagosta, Senior Director of Building Innovations for NRMCA were also in attendance. Gregg spoke at the key ceremony saying, “we couldn’t be happier as the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association is working to build 50 ICF and concrete homes around the country and we are excited to work with these families here in Woodland Park to provide homes will perform at a high-level and are affordable to own.”
CRMCA would like to thank Action Ready Mix, Transit Mix Concrete and Martin Marietta for their donations to the project, as well as our members who have volunteered at any of the events to help construct these homes.