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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2007/08/28 - Dennis Duncan, President and Owner of 3-D Construction, is one of Henry County’s most valuable citizens and business owners.
A Henry Council for Quality Growth Board of Directors member, Duncan is heavily involved in supporting the community in which he lives and does business. Duncan recently donated a tract of land in Henry County to Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity on which he will help build three new homes for low-income families in Henry County.
"Dennis Duncan is a valued member of not only the Henry Council for Quality Growth but also of the community,” said Steve Cash, Executive Director of the Council. “Dennis is heavily supportive of improving Henry County. His recent contribution to Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity is one example of this effort to change Henry County for the better.”
In addition to donating the tract of land, which is in Hampton, to the local Habitat for Humanity chapter, Duncan is donating his time and services in the bureaucratic processes involved as well as the development of the land. “I felt compelled to donate a piece of land to Habitat for Humanity when I had heard they were looking for a ‘buildable’ lot in Henry County,” said Duncan. “As a resident and entrepreneur of Henry County, I feel a responsibility to give back to our community and am very anxious to see this project accomplished.”
Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Brenda Rayburn said of Duncan’s donation, “This represents the kind of philanthropic leadership that makes Henry County a great place to live and work. This donation will ensure we can work to build better communities by helping hard working families achieve the American dream of homeownership, and eliminate poverty housing.”
3-D Construction is a residential and commercial development and construction company that has been doing business in Henry County for 13 years. 3-D Construction is a family run business that prides itself on its focus on integrity and building an excellent reputation. Duncan has been working in construction since he was 17 years-old, when he was given a position as a Customer Service Representative over 80 condos in Sandy Springs and eager to learn, later became a Field Supervisor. Duncan became involved with the Henry
Council for Quality Growth in 2001 for the opportunity to meet industry professionals, learn about industry news and trends and help with the Council’s efforts to create a uniformed platform to improve Henry County.
Duncan, who grew up in Chamblee, Ga. lives in Hampton, GA with his wife and their pets. They have one grown son and four grandchildren. He enjoys photography, gardening and motorcycle riding in his free time.
The Henry Council for Quality Growth promotes continued balanced and responsible growth in the county.
The Council encourages long-range planning and adequate delivery of government services for all citizens; serves as a catalyst for consensus on growth issues; provides a forum for discussion of responsible development; and assists with economic or technical expertise as needed. The annual gala to raise funds to support the Council’s mission will be held August 25 at Eagle’s Landing Country Club. The public is invited to attend this black and white festive event that will feature dinner and entertainment. For additional information, visit the Henry Council for Quality Growth call 770-898-9076.