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Project Chronology

Demonstration Site: Habitat for Humanity Rehab - Baltimore, MD

June 2002 - Kick off meeting was held; HUD Secretary Martinez, Steven Winter Associates' Steven Winter and Ric Guilbert, and Habitat for Humanity/Chesapeake staff previewed current projects/selected demonstration home.

July 2002 - Financial Services ground-breaking for 500 Rose Hill Terrace. Architectural re-design submitted for approval.

August 2002 - HVAC design and specifications submitted for approval.

September 2002 - Site visit to document progress, evaluate 937 Homestead Avenue, and to develop "key plan". Architectural revisions started, focus on interior layout of new stairs.

October 2002 - PATH completed architectural redesign for 937 Homestead Ave; working on the design of the HVAC system and a design solution for the interior staircase.

November 2002 - PATH completed the mechanical design for 937 Homestead Ave, and installation begins.

December 2002 - The project was halted due to the client's reluctance to incorporate design changes and mechanical improvements.

Janurary 2003 - Finishing touches were being put on 937 Homestead Avenue. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was being planned.

February 2003 - On February 14, 2003, the home at 937 Homestead Street celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by various HUD representatives. Carlos Martin of HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research outlined the technical assistance provided by PATH. Read the Press Release.

Content updated on 9/13/2005

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