The Southeast Missouri State University Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment held a ground breaking ceremony on January 23, 2009. This date also marked the end of the window of opportunity contractors had to bid on the construction of our Center. Construction began in early February. The Contract was awarded to Zoellner’s of Perryville, MO.
Mackey Mitchell Architects did an efficient design that is sensitive to the needs of the varied clients who will enter our building for diagnostic and/or treatment activities. Mackey Mitchell Architects have also helped us design a center that will foster the collaborative relationships we seek. Construction is now complete! The Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was help July 7, 2010 and was a huge success! Over 200 people were in attendance to share in the celebration. see full article here.
Above you can view construction progress photos of the Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment at Southeast Missouri State University. The photos are divided into albums for each event.
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