Habitat for Humanity calls on Schonstedt

Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West has completed nearly 70 new homes in an area north of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina, and has a construction schedule for 100 more in the next two years. Responding to a need for a magnetic locator to help with the initial surveying of the building sites, Schonstedt has donated a GA-52Cx.

According to James Sims, Phase I Construction Supervisor, the Schonstedt instrument “…will save Habitat hundreds of dollars in surveying costs because we will now be able to do the work ourselves without delay. This tool will definitely speed up the process on the front-end of construction.”

Schonstedt is pleased to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity, especially in the Gulf South where housing is still desperately needed.