Seattle: Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County

Service Type: 
Sponsoring Club: 
Yale Alumni Association of Western Washington
When: 
Saturday, May 13, 2017
8:30am to 4:00pm
Location: TBA
Where: 
121 Skinner Rd N
Pacific, WA 98047
Description: 

Megan’s Meadow is located in the city of Pacific (south of Auburn) next to the Sounder train tracks. The property is vacant land within an area of residential homes including a new development under construction across the street.  It will provide 9 low-income families with both an affordable home and an affordable mortgage in a new housing development in Pacific. This is being designed as a Veteran’s focused community with all units to be accessible single story homes. Environmental stewardship and long-term affordability will be ensured by constructing these single family homes to achieve or surpass NW Energy Star sustainable building standard.  

Construction Schedule:

8:45 - 9:00 - Check-in, distribute Personal Protective Equipment
9:00 - 9:15 - Habitat introduction, safety orientation, and description of work assignments
9:15 - Noon - Work under the instruction of Habitat site staff
Noon - 12:45 - Lunch: Please bring your own, if not provided by your group
12:45 to 3:45 - Work under the instruction of Habitat site staff
3:45 - 4:00 - Clean-up and sign out 

Suggested Items to Bring:

  • Lunch
  • Work gloves
  • Water bottle 

What To Wear:

  • Sturdy shoes that are closed toed, preferably boots (hiking or work boots)
  • Long pants and shirts that cover shoulders.
  • Layers for all weather possibilities, Rain Jacket.
  • Hard hats and safety goggles are required and provided by Habitat on each site.

Non-Negotiable:

For the safety of everyone on site, anyone found wearing any of the following clothing items will not be allowed on the active build site until they are able to change. 

No open toed shoes       Pants below ankles required        No sleeveless shirts

Site Coordinator: 
Gary M. Fallon ‘79 
 
On-site contact: Brett Vanslyke
cell phone: 206-391-5984