Bill And Virginia Leffen - Freeman Autism Center

Medical/Healthcare

Joplin, Missouri

Brief Summary

Following its destruction in the 2011 Joplin tornado, the Bill and Virginia Leffen Center for Autism now has a permanent place to call home. The new facility offers innovative, state-of-the-art treatment for children on the autism spectrum, which include those children who experience difficulty processing sensory information. Design features of the facility include brightness controlled lighting, soft-covered walls that absorb sound, and movable walls that allow for both small group and one-on-one interaction between students and teachers. The Center’s multipurpose room doubles as a safe room for students and staff in the event of inclement weather.

Project facts

  • CLIENT - OZARK CENTER
  • SIZE - 19,025 SQUARE FEET
  • COST - $3.7 MILLION
  • DELIVERY METHOD - HARD BID
  • CROSSLAND SELF-PERFORMED - CONCRETE, ROUGH CARPENTRY, AND FINISH CARPENTRY

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