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Habi­tat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity


PHX Archi­tec­ture put on their hard­hats and ham­mered away, as they built a home for a deserv­ing fam­ily with Habi­tat for Human­ity of Cen­tral Arizona.

The team at PHX Archi­tec­ture ded­i­cated a day to mak­ing a pos­i­tive impact in the Val­ley by build­ing, ren­o­vat­ing or repair­ing a Tempe based home.

We are very excited to sup­port our com­mu­nity, while hav­ing a great team bond­ing expe­ri­ence,” Nikal Conti, Prin­ci­pal of PHX Archi­tec­ture said. The PHX team designs all sorts of build­ings from homes to com­mer­cial projects and this will be a great oppor­tu­nity to leave the office and hit the field and bring a build­ing to life.

Habi­tat for Human­ity of Cen­tral Ari­zona builds in cities across the Val­ley from Apache Junc­tion to Sur­prise. HFH­CAZ builds pri­mar­ily sin­gle fam­ily detached homes both on in-​fill prop­er­ties and in com­mu­nity settings.

All of the Habi­tat for Human­ity homes are between three and five bed­rooms with a min­i­mum of two bath­rooms and reflect the style of the neigh­bor­hood in which they are built.

We are proud to help Habi­tat for Human­ity accom­plish its goal of elim­i­nat­ing over­crowded, sub­stan­dard hous­ing through­out the Val­ley.” Erik Peter­son, Prin­ci­pal of PHX Archi­tec­ture said.

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