Making Strides On The Ft. Worth Side: Construction Update!

Making Strides On The Ft. Worth Side: Construction Update!

Making Strides On The Ft. Worth Side: Construction Update!

Glance through our construction gallery to see the great progress we’re making at our new Ft. Worth location! We are still on schedule to open October 2018 and would love our PediaPlex family to spread the word. Thank you for your overwhelming support.

 

August Progress

August Progress

September Progress

September Progress

August Wide View

August Wide View

September Wide View

September Wide View

Future Therapy Rooms

Future Therapy Rooms

Wall Going Up!

Wall Going Up!

What a Beautiful View

What a Beautiful View

Welcome to our Ft. Worth location!

Welcome to our Ft. Worth location!

October 1st Progress

October 1st Progress

State-of-the-art Facility

State-of-the-art Facility

October 9th Progress

October 9th Progress

We Have Cabinets!

We Have Cabinets!

The Finishing Touches!

The Finishing Touches!

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