Pulte Homes has handed over keys to Andy and Donna Copeland for their new 1,956-square-foot home addition, named Aimee’s Wing.
More than 200 people were at the celebration event, including Pulte Homes’ employees, trade partners, various community organizations, family and friends.
“It took more than 1,500 hours and 138 people to build Aimee’s Wing,” Stephen Haines, vice president of sales for Pulte Homes in Georgia, said in a news release. “It was a special day for everyone involved since they could finally see the fruits of their labor and see the decorated new space. We are so pleased to be a part of building Aimee’s Wing and want to thank our trade partners who exceeded our expectations to create a space that Aimee will love.”
The two-story space features a new bedroom, a sunroom that allows Aimee to enjoy nature all around, a fitness room for rehabilitation, the new Pulte Planning Center, which will be her main study area for her continued education in psychology, and an elevator to access other parts of the home, such as the kitchen. In addition, the existing home’s exterior received a facelift with new painting and landscaping features, as well as a new driveway.
Aimee Copeland was injured in a zip line mishap, and doctors subsequently amputated her hands and a foot.