Norcross, GA, June 06, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A handful of e4 Design employees joined 125 volunteers and ventured into the heart of Atlanta on May 13, 2015 to help with the AEC Cares Event. This year, the event took place at the Covenant House, a homeless shelter for youth on the west side of Atlanta. Each year, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) teams up with AEC Cares and puts together a one-day event, to help rebuild and renovate homes and facilities in the cities hosting the AIA Annual Convention.
This year, The Covenant House got the renovation of a lifetime. Once an elementary school serving the Atlanta Public School System, the house needed both interior and exterior improvements. From sorting jeans to painting walls, the volunteers were able to complete in one day what would normally take weeks.
e4 Design was invited to participate in the AEC Cares Project by their client and strategic partner CMD Group. Utilizing in-house capabilities and the marvelous creativity provided by Ed and Shawn Alshut of Studio A2, e4 Design was able to produce and mount 13 graphics that were donated to the Covenant House to use as inspirational artwork. Each piece was designed with a youthful “pop” and printed with precise touch, bringing a vivacious spark to the halls and rooms of the building.
“e4 Design is fortunate to be able to volunteer for and sponsor the AEC Cares Project in Atlanta. It is amazing how much a group of people can accomplish in one day and we are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the Covenant House Georgia” – Lance Wachholz, e4 Design President.