Volunteers completed $325,000 of work for AEC Cares projectOrlando
Window Interiors, a leading specialty contractor, recently joined more than 100 volunteers to complete $325,000 of renovations for the Coalition of the Homeless of Central Florida—all in just one day.
The effort was part of AEC Cares projectOrlando. Each year, AEC Cares brings together Construct Connect, the AIA, Hanley Wood and leading manufacturers for a blitz build that benefits that host community of the Conference on Architecture.
This year’s project benefited the Coalition of the Homeless of Central Florida’s Center for Women and Families. The Coalition serves more than 600 men, women and children every night, including 150 children with an average age of 7.
The renovations included upgrades to the lobby of the Center, renovations to the family dorm hallways, and an upgrade to the family room.
Window Interiors provided installers for the project. They installed MechoSystems EcoVeil Sheer manual shades, which allow in daylight without a harsh glare.
This is the seventh year for AEC Cares’ blitz build. The renovations were completed on April 26.
Window Interiors has also participated in several other give back opportunities, including with Give Kids the World.
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