Nabholz Breaks Ground on Educational Center

Nabholz Construction broke ground at the future site of Happy Hands Education Center Friday, April 7.
The 21,000-SF education facility, 8801 S. Garnett Road, will offer a full-time early intervention program for children who are deaf or hearing impaired and children with other communicative disorders.
The center will focus on developing language and pre-literacy skills in children from infancy to six years old.
“We are very excited to be a part of the Happy Hands team for construction of their new facility,” said Chris Burnett, Oklahoma Division President for Nabholz Construction. “Al Proo and Jan Pride have assembled a great group, including the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, to make this dream possible for very deserving kids. We are poised to get this project started and move these kids into their new facility as quickly as possible.”
The new location is expected to open April 2010. ?′



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