Interstate employees, along with others from the BOMA organization, recently took time out to help with the improvements of the St. Raymond’s House. The St. Raymond’s Project provides a home to 27 chronically ill homeless men and women. Interstate employees helped painting the entire basement and completing a detail clean, as well as stripping and waxing of the VCT flooring. This multi-phase restoration project also included painting the exterior brick, removing the organic growth in the basement, building a large storage area, replacing drywall and replacing light fixtures. We are proud to have contributed to making this a safer and more functional space for those that live and work there.
For more information on the St. Raymond House visit their website.