Key building materials from CSR brands Hebel and Gyprock have been donated towards a community effort to renovate the home of Brisbane boy, Calyn Hoad who was injured in a road accident last August.

Major modifications were required to be made to the seven-year-old boy’s family home in Beenleigh, Queensland before he could be brought back permanently from the hospital.

CSR is assisting the young family by providing specific building materials from the CSR Hebel range for external walling and flooring, together with Gyprock plasterboard and cornice for internal linings.

Local builder Creative Commercial Projects is providing the construction and project management services for the renovation that will support the rehabilitation of the wheelchair bound youngster. A larger bedroom for Calyn will be added to the home including equipment to further aid his rehabilitation and a link to his parent’s bedroom that will allow him to have fully monitored support.

Hospital and medical experts have worked in co-ordination with designers to ensure the installation of additional disability-friendly modifications to provide for his future recovery and care.

Funds for the home renovation were raised by the greater Brisbane community. CSR Hebel Business Development Manager Commercial Manager, Wayne Priestley committed Hebel panels for the home extension while local Hebel contractor H&M Installers has offered their services at no charge. Priestley also partnered with CSR Gyprock Account Manager Residential, Richard Metcalfe to supply plasterboard and cornice for the walls and ceiling.