Schneider Electric of Seneca has committed to partner with Habitat for Humanity to finance and build a fifth house in the county. Representatives of both broke ground this week with the prospective homeowners on Jaymory Way in Seneca for a four bedroom, three-bath stick-built house for the home of Kevin Bradley, Nastasia Walker and son Nyterious Bradley. Kevin Bradley and Nastasia Walker are Seneca High graduates. They applied for a Habitat House in 2011, were approved by the Habitat board last year and assigned the house at 924 Jaymory Way in July this year. Dedication is scheduled for February. Starting this weekend, Schneider employees will join Habitat volunteers to build the house for the Bradley family.