Greenbriar Children’s Center Garden Shed
Thanks to gracious community grant from Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, Emergent Structures built a garden shed for the Greenbriar Children’s Centerto supplement their newly installed community garden! This project was a first exploration into providing mentorship to a collaborative effort between students at SCADand Savannah Technical Collge. Ethan Weyrick, a recent SCAD Masters of Architecture alum, designed and managed the construction of the Greenbriar shed, while students in Steve Hartley’s construction technology class pre-fabricated the walls, and contributed to the on-site construction. The mentorship was coordinated by founding board member Mark Fitzpatrick. In the image below, the strong women of Greenbriar gather by the shed. We are very proud to have contributed to Greenbriar’s mission of promoting the healthy development of children and the strengthening of families
Materials for this project came from many sources, including a sound stage for the second SpongBob Movie, our Materialanthropists Debra and Chuck Caldwell, and our latest Materialanthropist Stratton Leopold, movie producer extraordinaire and owner of Leopold’s Ice Cream. For a complete list of the material history, please see the bottom of this post.