Image 4 Partners With Local Businesses in Support of Newest Building On Hope Volunteer Project

Image 4 donates time and materials to renovation of Opportunity Networks facility.

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Manchester, NH (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

Image 4 is lending their design and fabrication expertise to the renovation of the Opportunity Networks facility in Amherst, NH, lead by Building on Hope. Building on Hope is a community organization of volunteers who work with builders, architects, and designers to provide physical improvements to facilities associated with non-profit service groups. Their latest project benefits Opportunity Networks, a non-profit organization that provides vocational and social services to disabled adults. Their facility is in serious need of physical and aesthetic improvements. With these improvements, Opportunity Networks will continue to provide high-quality services to their clients, as well as expand the services available.

Image 4 is expert in designing and building spaces that deliver an exceptional experience. For over 30 years, they have helped businesses and brands across many industries tell compelling and unique stories through immersive branded environments. Image 4 will apply their experience to the Opportunity Networks facility by developing custom graphics and design elements that will tie together the architectural spaces and inspire workers, volunteers, and clients for years to come.

Stibler Associates, a long-time partner, approached Image 4 to consider donating to the Building on Hope project. “Once we saw the good that the program was doing, we knew we had to help,” said Elizabeth Hummel, vice president of operations at Image 4. “We also asked Monadnock Paper of Greenfield, NH to assist by donating environmentally sustainable wall coverings. They accepted immediately. We are excited to work with Stibler Associates, Monadnock Paper, and other local organizations to support this important community initiative.”

"This is our largest project to-date,” said Karen VanDerBeken, co-leader of Building on Hope. “We are excited that Image 4, Monadnock Paper, and all our donors and volunteers have committed to help this worthy cause. The project would not be possible without their support.”

The ribbon cutting ceremony for the renovated facility is scheduled for May 18, 2014. For more information about Building on Hope, visit http://www.buildingonhope.com.

About Image 4

Image 4 is recognized as one of the country’s premiere environmental design and fabrication firms. Image 4 design, fabricates, and installs immersive and experiential spaces for banks, retail shops, corporate facilities, and exhibit projects across North America and western Europe. Deliverables include site survey, interior design, ME, specifying, lighting, project management, graphics and rendering, graphic printing, fixture and wall fabrication, installation, exterior signage, and removal/refurbishment. For more information on Image 4, visit http://www.image4.com.


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