Workers with Precision Walls of Charlotte ( L-R, below), Michael Martinez, foreman supervisor Guillermo Fuentes, Freddie Martinez (above), install lumber on March 11,2015 to protect window openings that have been installed part of the third floor expansion at the Salvation Army Center of Hope shelter construction that is underway for a new dorm that will have space for 64 shelter beds.
Workers with Precision Walls of Charlotte ( L-R, below), Michael Martinez, foreman supervisor Guillermo Fuentes, Freddie Martinez (above), install lumber on March 11,2015 to protect window openings that have been installed part of the third floor expansion at the Salvation Army Center of Hope shelter construction that is underway for a new dorm that will have space for 64 shelter beds. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Workers with Precision Walls of Charlotte ( L-R, below), Michael Martinez, foreman supervisor Guillermo Fuentes, Freddie Martinez (above), install lumber on March 11,2015 to protect window openings that have been installed part of the third floor expansion at the Salvation Army Center of Hope shelter construction that is underway for a new dorm that will have space for 64 shelter beds. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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