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Jack Miller Contractors has volunteered their crew for a day and a half on the Cole Ave/Maple St. property.

They put the second-floor deck on and began the second floor walls.

Jack Miller Contractors was formed in 2007 with a focus on serving their customers through traditional craftsmanship, applied building science, and professional project management. They build architect-driven projects in the Berkshires and southern Vermont. 

Thank you Dana Bixby - Architecture, Trinity Engineering, and BEK Associates, for your generous donations of professional services.
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The Japanese architect, Tadao Ando, has said, “Every wall has two lives.” Architecture is about how we make openings in the walls around us or between us. Openings give us the possibility of moving. Openings help us see. Openings connect the world on two sides of a wall. When we move through a wall, we know more because we know both sides. In moving through space, along a path that is created, I am grateful when movement and space find each other because of a wall and its openings and we have discovered the excitement of architecture.

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Dana Bixby Architecture
P.O. Box 556
24 Swamp Road
01266 MA
United States

Trinity Engineering & Technical Services, LLC has, since 1997, provided civil and environmental engineering services in southern Vermont, western Massachusetts, upstate New York and beyond. Using our client centric approach, we focus our efforts on the needs of your project. We can quickly identify the engineering and permitting issues affecting your project in order to provide you with the services you need. From the conceptual planning stage to final completion, we use the proven practices and the latest technology to deliver quality, value and service to each of our clients.

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Trinity Engineering
751 Main Road
05352 VT
United States

BEK Associates is a local land surveying business. They have provided surveying services on our current Williamstown project as well as on past projects and on site selection.

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BEK Associates
9 Curtis Avenue
01226 MA
United States

We will soon be starting the construction of the Habitat Home on Cole Ave in Williamstown. If you would like to register to volunteer, please call us at 413-664-4440. Thank you!

How can you get involved?  There are a variety of ways! 

  • Construction - I can swing a hammer (or willing to learn)
  • Fundraising - I can help find funding or organize fundraising events
  • Marketing - I can help get out the Habitat message?
  • Materials - My company can donate/discount materials for house construction
  • Supervisors and experienced help with specific skills are also neededelectricians, plumbers, roofers, heavy equipment operators. If you fall into this category, please contact Paul Austin at 802-694-1606 or email paustin@fairpoint.net. Thank you!

No matter how you decide to become involved, you will meet great people who find tremendous satisfaction from working together and helping others.

If interested, please use the form below, call 413-664-4440, or email us at nbhabitat@msn.com Thank you!

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The Japanese architect, Tadao Ando, has said, “Every wall has two lives.” Architecture is about how we make openings in the walls around us or between us. Openings give us the possibility of moving. Openings help us see. Openings connect the world on two sides of a wall. When we move through a wall, we know more because we know both sides. In moving through space, along a path that is created, I am grateful when movement and space find each other because of a wall and its openings and we have discovered the excitement of architecture.

Corporate Partner

Dana Bixby Architecture
P.O. Box 556
24 Swamp Road
01266 MA
United States

BEK Associates is a local land surveying business. They have provided surveying services on our current Williamstown project as well as on past projects and on site selection.

Corporate Partner

BEK Associates
9 Curtis Avenue
01226 MA
United States

Trinity Engineering & Technical Services, LLC has, since 1997, provided civil and environmental engineering services in southern Vermont, western Massachusetts, upstate New York and beyond. Using our client centric approach, we focus our efforts on the needs of your project. We can quickly identify the engineering and permitting issues affecting your project in order to provide you with the services you need. From the conceptual planning stage to final completion, we use the proven practices and the latest technology to deliver quality, value and service to each of our clients.

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Trinity Engineering
751 Main Road
05352 VT
United States

As we prepare to break ground for the first Cole Avenue house, we are looking for donations to get the project jump-started.
The Williamstown Affordable Housing Trust, in collaboration with Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity, is pleased to announce a funding program for minor home improvements for income-qualified Williamstown residents.

The Brush with Kindness Program pairs Habitat for Humanity volunteers with those needing minor home repairs (painting, light carpentry, access ramp). The Williamstown Affordable Housing Trust provides funding to pay for the building materials needed for the project (wood, paint, hardware). Grants range up to $2500 per project.

To apply for a Brush with Kindness Grant or receive more information, please contact Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity at 413-664-4440 or email NBHabitat@msn.com with any questions.

To volunteer to help work on the Brush with Kindness Program or other Habitat for Humanity projects, call the NB Habitat Office: 413-664-4440 or email NBHabitat@msn.com

The purpose of the Williamstown Affordable Housing Trust shall be to provide for the creation and preservation of affordable housing in the Town of Williamstown for the benefit of low- and moderate-income households.

For more information on the Williamstown Affordable Housing Trust, please contact Town Hall: 413-458-3500.

Annual run/bike race to benefit Northern Berkshire Habitat

ADAMS, Mass. — More than 100 athletes will be running and pedaling there way through Adams on Sunday, July 28th, for the Pedal and Plod Race.

 

Registration for this event is now open at: https://berkshirerunningcenter.com/northern-berkshire-habitat-for-humanity-pedal-and-plod/

 

Questions?: Call 413-562-2308

 

The event returns for 36th year and organizers hope to attract even more bikers and runners this year. Some 90 two-person teams and another 40 individual "Iron Person" participated last year.
"We hope to attract more participants," organizer Brad Schueckler said. "This is an important fund-raiser for Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity, and we love the way the communities that we serve have come out to participate in this event year after year."
Runners will start near the Town Common and run 4.4 miles to Lime, East and East Hoosac before returning; bikers will pedal 22 miles through Adams and Cheshire along Routes 8 and 116 (riding two 11 mile loops).
"Our race is a unique and challenging one ... Participants range from 12-year-olds to folks in their 80s," he said. "It is important to us to maintain and engage others to share in those activities. The Pedal and Plod attracts participants from many different areas of the country as well as our local athletes."
Online registration will be available, but same-day registration is also available: $55 Iron Person, $65 two-person team.

Pre-registration fees are $50 Iron Person, $60 two-person team.

 

Registration and bib pickup for registered attendees is Sunday morning at the Elks Club on Center Street beginning at 7 a.m. The race begins at 8:30 a.m.

 


Categories are ages 18 and younger; 19-30; 31-40, 41-50; 51-60; 61-70, and Masters for those age 70 and older.
Prizes will be awarded for Overall Team Finishers, Overall Iron Man, Overall Iron Woman, and top three finishers in each category, determined by youngest member of a team.
Schueckler urged people to compete or just come to cheer on the athletes.
"We want people to participate or just celebrate the participants and enjoy the day in our town," he said.