The construction on our new Forensic Unit at the Hospital is moving right along. The plumbing and electrical systems, heating and cooling systems, and the wall/ceiling trim are now complete in all the new buildings. Hot and chilled water pump controllers were recently installed which allowed the air handler to start up. Once the kinks are worked out of the air handling system, we can begin the climatization process- allowing the construction team to finish the millwork, flooring, and wood door installation. May was a busy month for the Support Building as well. The electrical and air handling systems were finished, the exterior metal windows and aluminum storefronts were installed. For the past few months, the project has been tracking for an early completion date (around August 3, 2011) meaning that it’s possible we could move our patients and staff into the new facility during the first week of October.
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