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March 02, 2012

 

Pennsylvania hospital to provide quieter patient quarters

Chambersburg (Pa.) Hospital is readying a new four-level addition, which includes 174,000 sf of new construction and 4,100 sf of renovated space. The new development will house 171 all-private patient rooms, a new cardiology and catheterization area, a new dialysis unit, and a central utility plant. The Building Team is led by HBE Corp., which is providing architecture, engineering, and construction services on the $72 million project. The new building is being designed to provide patients with a quieter, more restful inpatient experience

         
 

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