10800 Edes Ave
In 2002 Habitat for Humanity East Bay (HEB) purchased 10800 Edes Ave, an abandoned former brick and construction material recycling yard with assistance from the City of Oakland and the Center for Creative Land Recycling with the purpose of building an affordable housing development for residents of the Sobrante Park neighborhood of Oakland. The development consists of 54 two- and three-story wood frame construction buildings. BMC worked with Habitat for Humanity of Phase II of the development, providing plumbing on Lots 5-28, for a total of 28 units. BMC provided complete installations of the Sanitary Waste and Vent, Storm and Domestic Cold Water plumbing systems. The project is pursuing a LEED® Gold certification with the U.S. Green Building Council.