CM Black is completing a project for Hinds’ Feet Farm, an organization dedicated to providing rehabilitation, support, and therapy to adults living with traumatic brain injuries. CM Black has been working with the non-profit to design and build a fully handicapped-accessible residence for individuals needing full time care.
Until now, the organization has run a day program only. With the addition of a full-time residence, however, Hinds’ Feet Farm will be able to extend their services to meet the complex needs of individuals needing round-the-clock care.
The new building, dubbed “Puddin’s Place”, contains several interesting and eco-friendly features. Antique wood from a house circa 1820 was used for unique ceiling beams, baseboards and molding. Playing off the rustic and natural landscape, stone work was used throughout the project. A dedication ceremony for the residence, which resembles a mountain retreat, will be held on July 29th. Photos detailing the entire process from start to finish can be found on Hinds’ Feet Farm’s Facebook album.