Sandy Design Help Desk Coming to Red Hook!
Are you or someone you know a resident affected by Hurricane Sandy and in need of design and technical consultation to rebuild your home?
On February 8-10, Architecture for Humanity, along with partners, Enterprise Community Partners Inc., Pratt Center for Community Development, Fifth Avenue Committee and Red Hook Volunteers, will host our second Sandy Design Help Desk to benefit NYC area residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. The Help Desk will provide free design and technical consultation from industry professionals to aid in the rebuilding process. Come speak with architects, engineers and other building design professionals, as well as financial, foreclosure and insurance counselors!
Time: February 8, 11am - 5pm February 9, 11am - 5pm February 10, 3pm - 9pm
Location: Red Hook Volunteers 360 Van Brunt, Brooklyn, NY 11231
As part of this event, we will also be holding a workshop on Resilient Strategies on February 6th. Find out more about the workshop event here.
Interested in volunteering at this event? See the flyer to find out how to get involved!
In the closing days of October 2012, Hurricane Sandy carved a path through the Caribbean before moving up the Atlantic and turning inland at New Jersey, striking many coastal towns. The storm moved north and created a storm surge that devastated the New York/New Jersey Metro area. The event caused major damage and loss of life.