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Decatur, Georgia 30030F 404.529.4532
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Home > About Us > Giving Back

Putting up buildings is more than just a way to make a living. For us, providing shelter is one way we live as good neighbors - locally and globally. Robert Soens, Owner and President of Pinnacle Custom Builders, Inc. is privileged to contribute to a number of community efforts, both down the street and a little farther from home.

Here are some ways we've given back to the communities that have supported us:

  • Served as project committee chairman for Hands On Atlanta Day.
  • Founded The Decatur Ark Campaign, raising $20,000 for Heifer Project International.
  • Oversaw the redevelopment of Scottish Rite Hospital in Decatur, including the donation of the Pinnacle Patio.
  • Donated building services and funds to the Oakhurst Community Garden, Decatur BBQ Festival, and Decatur Home and Garden Tour.
  • Launched Decatur's Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Weekend.
  • Board member, Decatur Preservation Alliance.
  • Named City of Decatur Hometown Hero, 2003.
  • Helping fund renovations to the May River Primary School in Enfield, Jamaica.
  • Helped City Schools of Decatur build an outdoor classroom for Oakhurst Elementary.
  • Again named City of Decatur “Hometown Hero”, 2009.


Robert and friend Ed Buckley with students of the May River Primary School in Enfield, Jamaica. Ed and Robert are helping to fund several of the school's building projects, including new bathrooms and a computer learning center.


Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Weekend.


City Schools of Decatur outdoor classroom for Oakhurst Elementary.


2008 Pinnacle Custom Builders helps Habitat for Humanity-25 years and 1,001st house.


In 1996 the City of Decatur appointed Robert to oversee the renovation of Scottish Rite Hospital in Oakhurst. Here he stands on the Pinnacle Patio.