Twenty-two (22) row houses fully deconstructed by hand on the 300 block of 20 ½ Street.
Nikia McDonald, a deconstruction laborer for PHG, provided outstanding testimony in front of committees for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate on the true value of a job for some one that was previously incarcerated.
Nikia McDonald, Executive Director Michael Mazepink and the whole PHG Deconstruction staff were in Annapolis to support state bond funding to complete the Greenmount Worker Training Facility.
Twelve students on alternative spring break from Grand Valley State braved the snow (and shoveled some too!) on their annual trip to Baltimore to volunteer for People’s Homesteading Group. While the snow prevented their usual garden maintenance, the students gave PHG’s main office a thorough spring cleaning and a fresh coat of paint! What a difference!
Alternative Breaks is a student organization at GVSU that strives to promote active citizenship within the student body through hands-on service learning projects, focusing on social and environmental issues throughout the nation. Find out more at http://www.gvsualternativebreaks.com.
Actually it is the Baltimore Regional Neighborhood (BRNI) contract that has come in. PHG is one of 12 organizations that were part of the successful Central Baltimore Partnership application to Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. PHG received $100,000 to help fund the renovation of gorgeous row houses on Historic E. 22nd Street! More at central Baltimore, DHCD
Stay tuned for updates on Historic E. 22nd Street!
Executive Director Michael Mazepink and all of our deconstruction staff visited Annapolis to meet with the LIST POLITICIANS on funding for the Greenmount Construction Training Facility aka the Hardware Store. They also toured the Naval Academy and the capital buildings where Mr. Mazepink received a shout out from the Senate floor!
PHG will be begin renovating nine three-story rowhomes in late spring! Located on the 400 and 500 block of E. 22nd Street in the Barclay – Greenmount Historic District, these gorgeous homes are 2200+ square feet featuring green and healthy features. Priced to sell from $199,000.
Client: Telesis Corporation
Full teardown deconstruction of twenty-two (22) vacant row houses. Deconstruction is simply disassembling the building the reverse of how t was put together – by hand. The majority of deconstructed materials will be either recycled or reused for community projects.
Client: PHG’s Deconstruction Staff
Worker Safety Improvements. An 800 SF renovation including work gear change room, 7-head shower, locker room, restroom, and laundry facilities to ensure that our workers don’t take lead or other hazards home from the jobsite.