Concord-based CM Black Construction Co. is wrapping up work on a 5,000-square-foot Huntersville project for people with traumatic brain injuries.
A dedication for the home, Puddin’s Place, is scheduled for this month.
CM Black started construction on the project in November.
Marty Foil, executive director of Hinds’ Feet Farm, the nonprofit that owns the facility, said donations and a $2.5 million investment from his family are financing the project.
Foil would not divulge the amount of money that has been donated for the project. Black also would not disclose construction costs.
Puddin’s Place will be the first permanent-care group home for patients with severe brain injuries built in the state in the past 15 years, Foil said, adding that it will be the second such facility in the state.