November 1 Southland Industries update: Roughing-in Levels 2 and 5; temporary air conditioning; parking garages
Roughing-in systems on Levels 2 and 5; North and West Clinics being prepared for temporary air conditioning; CUP stream plant being finalized; three parking garages underway.
As of Nov. 1, 2013:
- Currently roughing in systems on Levels 2 and 5 in the hospital.
- The North and West Clinics are being prepared for temporary air conditioning with the house air handling units. The South Clinic rough-in is underway on Level 1 with all levels of structure and interstitial floors complete.
- The CUP stream plant is being finalized with the majority of the heat exchangers and specialty equipment bring set and connected over the next couple of months.
- All three parking garages are underway.
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