Personnel from Stanley Engineered Fastening used their time and resources recently to help improve downtown and the homes of some Hopkinsville residents in need.
Leadership with Stanley initiated the Sudden Service Station Restoration Project to turn the building near the railroad crossing into a public restroom facility to be utilized in conjunction with events at the adjoining Peace and Virginia Parks.
A news release from Downtown Renaissance says they returned this week to assist with undertaking additional work to ensure the timely completion of the project.
Volunteers with Stanley Engineered Fastening are also constructing and installing ramps and handrails on homes in the West Side, Canton Pike and Durrett Avenue neighborhoods. Additional work being undertaken includes sealing existing ramps and making porch repairs in order to extend the life of home-owner occupied units.
A beautification project being led by Stanley Engineered Fastening includes the placement of trellises in Fred Atkins Park along the northern wall to further enhance the landscaping and aesthetic appearance of the park.