FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)– A brother and sister living with cerebral palsy will soon be able to enjoy the warm spring weather.

Wheelchairs prevent 11-year-old twins Libby and James from using ordinary swings found at parks and on playground equipment.

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Students in the Construction Management Program at Colorado State University set out to change that. They designed, built and installed a customized playground for them in their backyard.

Construction on the giant swingset won’t be complete for a few more weeks but Libby said she can hardly wait to test out the ropes.

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“Because we can go outside and swing and play with my brother,” said Libby.

“It’s a great opportunity to apply skills but more importantly make a difference in these kids’ lives,” said CSU Student Kyle Snow.

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Five CSU students worked on building the playground as part of the CM Cares programs. They will also build an elevated sandbox for the siblings.