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Canal Street Veterans Housing in northern Vermont, built with Integrity products, offers shelter to veterans

Canal Street Veterans Housing was erected in Winooski, Vt., to provide shelter for area veterans in need of transitional housing. Lead architect Bob Duncan of Duncan Wisniewski Architecture says the project blends two of his greatest passion points, architecture and social issues, to provide the community with not only a beautiful housing complex, but comfortable refuge for former servicemen and servicewomen.

The five-story complex includes Integrity All Ultrex and Wood-Ultrex products from A.W. Hastings.

In the video, Duncan explains how the project’s unique mission and the audience for which it’s intended informed many of the biggest design decisions. We are honored Duncan chose Integrity as part of this honorable project.

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