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Pavilion Construction Begins at Hope Street Garden in York

July 8, 2014 —The Hope Street Garden & Learning Lab reached a milestone with the pouring of the concrete slab for its outdoor pavilion. Stewart & Tate along with several other contractors donated services and materials for the work.

Since the completion of the Helen Thackston Charter School project, Stewart & Tate Construction has been working closely with school administrators on various projects to help educate students. One project being the Hope Street Garden and Learning Lab Initiative, Stewart & Tate offered to reach out to subcontractors that participated in the school’s construction project for donations towards the concrete slab.

The Hope Street Garden and Learning Lab, once a vacant lot on West Hope Avenue in York City, has been transformed into a garden by the city’s youth and community volunteers. The lot’s transformation process began in January 2013 and it now serves as a community garden and outdoor learning lab for youth from schools all around the city. The outdoor pavilion is being built to serve as a classroom for students so they can come to learn and work outside of their traditional classroom environment.

Stewart & Tate would like to thank each of the following companies for their support in helping make this possible.

  • Weaver & Sons Excavation for digging and backfilling
  • Kinsley Rebar for supplying reinforcing steel
  • Ziegler Concrete for supplying concrete
  • Yoe Concrete for providing labor to pour and finish concrete
  • York Building Products for supplying stone base
  • Bernard Anthony for placing stone base
  • Clean Choice for donating money to purchase column brackets
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