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Habitat for Humanity Project in Connecticut Gets Underway

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Employees from Tremco/Nudura recently showed up in force to provide training and handholding for the Habitat for Humanity (HFH) home being built in Hartford, CT, reports NRMCA Senior Director, Building Innovations, Doug O'Neill. Tremco/Nudura's Zach Davidson, Bob Redmond and Ken Lynch provided the expertise while Dom DiCenzo (seen here at right on the jobsite along with industry colleagues) with the Connecticut Concrete Promotion Council joined O’Neill on the jobsite.

The industry team along with Habitat’s Kris McKelvie, Diana Gasca and several Habitat volunteers made quick work of the basement for this two-story ICF home. The concrete was donated by NRMCA Producer member TilCon Connecticut; other industry partners helping with this project include Tremco/Nudura donating the ICF block, American Pumping donating the concrete pumping services and NRMCA Associate member Euclid Chemicals donating the fibers for the concrete mix design which helped to eliminate much of the rebar on the project. As the project proceeds, NRMCA will continue to update.

For more information, contact Doug O’Neill at


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