A one-of-the-kind Play Place for autistic children is being constructed in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The non-profit Play Place is being built in a converted 25,000-square-foot former engineering building, and will be a recreational, educational and therapeutic facility for autistic children and their families once it is completed.
Members of Michigan labor unions and their affiliated subcontractors are contributing their time, talents and materials to convert the building to the Play Place. CCC, a union construction firm, is proud to be part of this endeavor; several of CCC’s construction workers in their Interiors department have contributed their time and talents over the last several months by installing dry wall and steel stud framing. The center should be open by the end of this year.
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