Company Partners with Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County, Lawrence Technological University and other Industry Leaders to Build a New Home
Birmingham, MI – May 15, 2016 – Acknowledging 25 years in business this year, MainStreet Design Build celebrates a long history of creating award-winning kitchens, bathrooms and home additions, in southeast Oakland County. Founded in 1991, by owners Steve and Christine Ramaekers, MainStreet Design Build has grown from a small construction company to a reputable leader in the residential, design build remodeling industry.
“We have achieved this milestone with the hard work and dedication of our innovative design team, management and support staff, talented carpentry team and the personalized customer service that permeates throughout our organization. We have dedicated ourselves to 25 years of process innovation and project management efficiencies to provide our clients with superior quality home remodeling services. It feels great to be where we are today,” Steve Ramaekers said.
In celebration of this milestone, MainStreet Design Build is partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County, Lawrence Technological University (LTU) and other industry leaders to build a home using a new community-focused design developed by university students. This partnership will work to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building this affordable home, providing a “hand up” and not a “hand out.”
MainStreet Design Build will be volunteering their hearts, hands and voices to sponsor this first ever attempt at LTU’s new model of construction that teaches its students to approach architecture and design with a holistic perspective.
From now through October 2nd, MainStreet Design Build and its partners will be raising awareness and soliciting donations in support of Habitat Oakland County’s Home Run Fundraiser. MainStreet’s goal is to bring in $25,000. To donate or learn more visit https://www.crowdrise.com/habitat-oakland-county-home-run-/fundraiser/mainstreetdesignbuild.
Throughout 2016, MainStreet will also be taking a look at where they started, what they have achieved, and revisiting their plans for the future. In September, they are inviting clients, vendors and trade partners, along with employees and their families, to a fun-filled open house event to celebrate their milestone.
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About MainStreet Design Build
MainStreet Design Build is a full service, luxury design build firm that caters to homeowners in Oakland County who value a high level of comfort and trust in knowing that their home remodeling project will be done RIGHT—fitting their budget, lifestyle, comfort level and the architectural detail of their home.
For 25 years, MainStreet has been creating award-winning home additions, kitchens and bathrooms in the communities of Birmingham, Bloomfield, Royal Oak, Pleasant Ridge, Troy and other select areas of metro Detroit. MainStreet Design Build offers homeowners the personal care, accountability, timeless design and exacting attention to detail that transforms remodeling ideas and dreams into precious living spaces.
For more information, visit www.mainstreetdesignbuild.com. MainStreet Design Build is located at 555 South Old Woodward, Birmingham, 248.644.6330.
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About Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County
Habitat for Humanity is a grassroots organization dedicated to the elimination of poverty and substandard housing. Habitat accepts donated homes or lots, and builds or renovates them in partnership with qualifying families, who pay an affordable mortgage provided through Habitat. Worldwide, Habitat has built and renovated more than 800,000 houses since 1976.
Celebrating its 20th year, Habitat Oakland County has built and renovated homes for more than 190 families in Oakland County over the last two decades. Donate, volunteer or learn more at www.habitatoakland.org. Habitat Oakland County is located at 150 Osmun Street, Pontiac, 248.338.1843.
Habitat’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The non-profit is driven by this mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.