Thanks to 30 Belt employees, someone who needs a roof over their head will have one.
They volunteered Sept. 16 during a Habitat for Humanity event.
“It’s cool to give back,” Manager of Human Resources and Labor Relations Caitlin Kerney said.
With the home being built not far from the Belt headquarters and many employees living in the vicinity, she considered it a good opportunity to make a positive impact in the Belt’s own community.
In addition to Kerney, other Belt employees who participated included Superintendent of Mechanical Adam Brock, Chief Financial Officer and Controller Brian Dilger, General Manager Percy Fields, Superintendent Terry Hartwig, Executive Assistant Cindy Homan, Senior Manager of Operations Mark Labbe, Director Business Technologies Solutions Michael Martinez and Chief Engineer Scott Schiemann.
“It’s our first venture of this kind and hopefully there will be many more,” Kerney said.