Ben Griner of PerSyst Consulting and Brandon Schwendtke of R&R recently led a group in constructing a free wheelchair access ramp for Issaquah homeowner, Cinda Ainsworth. The project was one of two ramps constructed in Issaquah this year as part of the 15th annual Master Builders Care Foundation’s “Rampathon” event.
Issaquah-based Shirey Handyman and Shirey Contracting both participated in the Master Builders Care Foundation’s Rampathon, a program that builds free wheelchair ramps for disabled low-income homeowners in King and Snohomish counties. Eleven Shirey Handyman staff members volunteered their time, teaming up with Shirey Contracting to construct three ramps during the course of the day.
Shirey Contracting has been involved with the Rampathon since its inception five years ago, according to a press release.