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Building materials donated to Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Balfour Beatty Construction recently made a donation worth $18,000 in building materials to the Watauga County Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The donation included bags of concrete, brooms, shovels, snow shovels, insulation, wood and rebar.

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The materials came from the recently completed $56 million Center for Student Leadership project at Appalachian State University. The project was comprised five university buildings: Plemmons Student Union addition, Summit Hall, Cone Hall renovation, Appalachian Hall and a utility building that houses provides heating and cooling to the other four buildings.

Balfour Beatty Construction is headquartered in Dallas with offices in Charlotte and throughout the U.S.

Pictured from left are Jess McNeill and Ricky Ward of the Habitat ReStore, Sarah Dossantos, Jeff Ward, Tim Ferris and Phillip Baxter of Balfour Beatty, and Dave Robertson, director of Student Programs and Plemmons Student Union at Appalachian. (Photo by Marie Freeman)