In our final edition of On-Site Interviews, we speak with Rob Maltar, a pro-painter who participated in the Build. The excitement and pressure of the Build got his adrenaline rushing, but would he be able to handle a second 5 Day Build?
Couldn’t make it out to Courtice today to see the finished home in all its glory? Don’t worry, the 5DB social media team has got you covered. Check out the video below for a walking tour of the new home!
While we were at the ribbon cutting ceremony today, we caught up with Dr. Tony Stone, a physician at the Bowmanville Memorial Hospital and Gerry Johnston, Chair of the Bowmanville Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Here’s what they had to say about the completion of the 5 Day Build home.
Today marked the end of the 5 Day Build and what a success it has been. All the trades, community residents, reps from the Bowmanville Memorial Hospital and a whole bunch of media were on the site this afternoon to witness Hannu Halminen and Mayor Jim Abernethy cut the ribbon and open the new home for viewing.
We caught the ceremony and speeches made by Hannu and Gerry Johnson of the Bowmanville Memorial Hospital. Have a look!
More pics from the job site this morning.
The media frenzy kicked back up again this morning as Rogers TV and Breakfast Television visited the job site. More photos to come later today!
Was this only two days ago? Judging by the speed with which they built this home, you’d think these photos of drywallers and bricklayers would have been taken months ago.
We’ve accumulated an a huge amount of photos over the last few days and we want to share as many as we can with you. Here are some pics from day two -
Dan’s been with Halminen Homes for 11 and a half years but this is certainly the first time he’s ever attempted something like this. He’s also been on-site since Monday, so he’s seen the Build progress from day one.
More photos from our jaunt out to Courtice this evening.