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Community Partners Come Together for Affordable Housing Project in Loveland
May 29th, 2019
The Grace Gardens at Derby Hill, an affordable housing project, will offer approximately 200 attainably-priced homes to the Loveland community. We are honored to be a part of this collaborative project, including local partners Loveland Housing Authority, Loveland Habitat for Humanity, Brinkman, Grace Community Church, Calvary Derby Hill and Aspen Homes for Colorado. Galloway is providing survey and civil engineering design services for this site.
Can you spot Rob, our Northern Colorado regional manager and Galloway principal? Grace Gardens at Derby Hill project partners stand Friday on the project site, 13.5 acres between Primrose Drive and 19th Street Southeast in Loveland, just north of Derby Hill Church. From left: Leah Johnson, Loveland City Councilor for Ward II; Jeff Feneis, executive director for Loveland Housing Authority; Rob Sabin, owner of Aspen Homes; Robert Van Uffelen, principal and senior civil project manager for Galloway; Gary Glover, senior pastor for Grace Community Church; Dave Herre, lead pastor for Calvary Church Derby Hill; Pete Levine, acquisitions and development manager for Brinkman; Cindi Werner, executive director of Loveland Habitat for Humanity. (Photo by Julia Rentsch/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
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