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T William in Homewood, and in 2002, they started their own construction company, Twin Construction. Since then, Twin has had a major impact on the remaking of Homewood's neighborhoods. With building projects in every corner of Homewood, the Siegels are well versed in maintaining the historic charm of Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The city of Homewood was formed by the uniting of serveral unique, historic neighborhoods. When Edgewood, Rosedale, and Hollywood decided to unite to become Homewood, joined later by West Homewood, no one could have predicted the sought-after city it would become. Above: William and David Siegel of Twin Construction. Below, Two of Twin's new construction projects in Homewood demonstrate the company's commitment for keeping new homes in character with their neighborhoods. Homewood while helping families adapt their homes for more space. "I think in the past, Homewood was a stopping point for people," David says. "Young couples moved here and bought their starter home, but once they had kids, they would move to a bigger house in another city. Today, h o m e w o o d c h a m b e r. o r g 43

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