Providence Hospital Northeast to undertake $38 million renovation project

1/19/2012

Providence Hospitals Board of Trustees has approved a $38.4 million plan for developing orthopedic care and general medical services through expansions and renovations at Providence Hospital Northeast in South Carolina, US.

The plan calls for expansion of the medical facility by adding 38 new beds, and construction of a new energy plant, an added MRI service, a new main entrance and canopy, along with an expansion of the front lobby, PACU and central sterile processing.

Areas to be renovated on the first floor include: emergency, pre-op/recovery, surgery, central sterile and admissions departments. Patient care areas on the third floor will also renovated.

Providence appointed US-based KBR Building Group to provide construction services, which account for $14 million of the project planned for the Providence Hospital Northeast building. The scheme will create employment opportunities for 100 people in the region.

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