September 26, 2020 7:45 am
*POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE*
Republican Party Build
Sat, September 26 7:45 AM – 3 PM (7.3 hours)
Meeting Location: 1920 Hutton Street, Wilmington, DE 19802
o Please park in corner lot but be mindful you do not block entrance.
o Parking may be limited at the build location so we do encourage carpooling. Please pay attention to parking restrictions.
o We will be providing parking passes for certain locations but we ask for them to be returned to site supervisors.
o Park close to the work site. We are unable to reimburse any parking tickets.
o Please arrive at the site no later than 7:45am to ensure we begin our day by 8:00am.
o 8:00am – 8:15am Mandatory Safety Orientation (Please be on time. If you arrive after the morning meeting, you will miss the safety briefing and may be asked to leave.)
o 12:00pm-12:30 Lunch and Fellowship. Please pack your lunch. We discourage leaving site for lunch due to time constraints)
o 2:30pm – 3:00pm Clean-up and Tool/Equipment Storage.
**This is a full day of volunteerism. Our construction staff relies on volunteers and groups that commit to a full days’ work to keep our construction schedule on track. We do work rain or shine.
What to Bring
· Lunch, snacks, and water bottle.
o Hard hats, safety goggles, masks, gloves and other safety related gear will be available on site.
o No one under the age of 16 is allowed on site.
o Do not leave tools, cameras, or personal items unattended on the street or in public view.
o At the end of the day, please return all tools to the appropriate place, as indicated by the Site Supervisor.
o Habitat will furnish all necessary tools and safety equipment. However, if you would like to bring your own basic supplies, we recommend a hammer, pencil, apron (or tool belt), safety glasses, and a measuring tape.
o We are not responsible for lost or stolen personal tools. Please clearly mark any tools that you bring with your name.
o Wear clothing that you will not worry about getting dirty. Please do not wear any loose clothing or loose jewelry.
o We recommend jeans or long pants, even if the weather is hot. Shorts can be worn, but be aware you are vulnerable to cuts, splinters, burns, or other accidents.
o To work on-site please wear hard-soled, close-toed shoes. We recommend steel-toed construction boots. Hiking boots are also acceptable.
o No sandals, flip-flops or dress shoes are allowed. You will be asked to leave if you have open toed shoes.
o Alex Barnett, Construction Manager 302-420-8553
o Ervon Brown, Site Supervisor 302-757-9232
Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County
Questions? Please contact Maritza Martinez