It may have been the weekend, but Hartman Simons partner
Lori Kilberg was hard at work last Saturday, Sept. 8. Along with nine of her
fellow members of CREW Atlanta, Kilberg spent the day participating in a Habitat for Humanity Women Build project to help construct a home in west Atlanta, near the intersection of
Interstates 20 and 285.

The group from CREW Atlanta helped to shingle the roof,
insulate the walls and ceiling, place the siding, and caulk the windows. The
women participated in the third day of the seven-day construction effort. The house is being built entirely by women.

Participants from CREW included Martha Byrd of SunTrust
Bank, Kathryn Van Duyne of Piedmont Law Group, Mary Jim Evans of MJ Evans
Associates, Rayan Hart of Republic Commercial Title, Jennifer Jenkins of Jones
Lang LaSalle, Kathy Kisla of Ever Clear Enterprises, Paula Linck of Arborguard,
Dorian Noble Selleck of Health Care REIT Inc. and Lauren Whitlock of Jones Lang
LaSalle.

Below are four photos from CREW Atlanta’s workday.
Congratulations to Lori and her fellow CREW members for their efforts. We at
Hartman Simons are very proud of them!


Group shot Hartman Simons Habitat for Humanity CREW
Above: CREW Atlanta members at the home-building site.


Exterior Shot (Painting) of Habitat Home
Above: CREW Atlanta members are hard at work painting the exterior of the Habitat house.


Lori Kilberg Hartman Simons Habitat for Humanity
Above: Hartman Simons' Lori Kilberg caulks windows.


Exterior shot of worksite
Above: CREW Atlanta's efforts moved the Habitat home ever closer to completion.