I've been lurking a long time, but I wanted to send this request out to help a friend.
Columbus Makes IT is a part of the Maker movement in Columbus, GA. They have a facility they are trying to finish.
They need an access ramp for some local makers who want to work with their friends, but can't get in the building. People get to tinker with various shop tools, start a business, work with computers, or use the 3D printing equipment to build things of their choice. This is a DIY effort in the same sense as those who are here. See their site at http://www.columbusmakesIT.com/ .
Can anyone here help build the ramp or organize such an effort? I'd do it, but I'm not nearby.
Please contact Frank Braski to help him out at braski at columbusmakesit.com
Did Steve tell you that? Fuh - Steve. Just look at this tiny ad:
Permaculture Technology Jamboree: June 29th-July 10th, 2020, Wheaton Labs