Organized by Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity and sponsored by Proctor & Gamble, the project is focused on transforming two vacant and historic houses in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood into affordable, energy-efficient homes for low-income families.
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CHFH stands for Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity (Cincinnati, OH)
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Co-sponsored by the Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity and the Greater Cincinnati Building and Construction Trades Council, the event will be attended by union members representing boilermakers, bricklayers, carpenters, electrical workers, elevator constructors, heat & frost insulators, iron workers, laborers, operating engineers, painters and allied trades, plasterers & cement masons, plumbers & pipe fitters, reinforced ironworkers, roofers, sheet metal workers, sprinkler fitters and teamsters who will build on the houses.
As 1st place winners in the Urban category, they will receive $1,000 and a contract to take their design and produce the construction documents for the Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity affiliate.