CCH helps to transform a former lumber yard into a training center for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Clarke Caton Hintz recently completed a design-build undertaking with Hessert Construction (http://www.hessertconstructiongroup.com/ ) to transform the former 84 Lumber facility into a unique training center for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The project featured a complete renovation of the facility and included new exterior cladding, new office and support space, and comprehensive interior renovations. The facility will be used to assemble and package composite fence decking and rail assemblies within the climate-controlled industrial space.
We are excited and honored to be a part of this transformation for such a wonderful mission-based organization as LMT and We Make!
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