Regina Bypass Assists Habitat for Humanity

Regina Bypass Assists Habitat for Humanity

Regina Bypass, Saskatchewan’s largest transportation infrastructure project, proudly helped build Haultain Crossing – Habitat for Humanity’s largest Saskatchewan build.

On Friday, April 22, Regina Bypass had 15 team members assist in the building of this historic Habitat development. This Bypass event celebrated Earth Day and capped off a week long celebration of Environmental Week.

Located at 1033 Edgar Street, on the former site of Haultain School, the new Habitat development will become home to 62 families over five years.

Regina Bypass strongly believes in being part of the community we work in. Assisting with project of this magnitude meets the Bypass company vision as Habitat not only builds homes but builds hope.

Since 1993, Habitat for Humanity has been helping hard working low-income families across Saskatchewan secure a safe, secure and affordable home.

Through volunteer labour, community partnerships and donations, this program builds homes in vibrant, healthy communities across the province.

For more information on volunteering for Habitat for Humanity call 306.522.9700.