Healthcare Projects

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Employee Health a Priority for CEMEX

Producer dedicates week to health education and wellness across its U.S. operations. More

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First Pensions, Now Government Retiree Health Benefits

An analysis of "other post-employment benefits (OPEB)" shows that local... More

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JE Dunn Construction to serve as construction manager on the Wyoming Capitol Square Rehabilitation and Restoration Project

National contractor JE Dunn Construction has been awarded the $199 million Wyoming State Capitol Square Rehabilitation and Restoration in Cheyenne, Wyoming. More

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State finally gets design-build law right

California passed a law allowing projects to be delivered via design-build more than 20 years ago, then kept tweaking it until no one was sure exactly what was allowed and by whom. A new law clarifies all that. More

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2014 Brick in Architecture Awards Honor Outstanding Design

The Brick Industry Association has honored the best in brick design across North America. Selected by an independent panel of judges, the 2014 Brick in Architecture Awards spiked this year with more than 150 entries. More

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Pervious in Winter

As an off-shoot of our discussion about pervious concrete and curing, a second... More

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McCarthy awarded $1.8 million renovation project for Children’s Medical Center Dallas

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., a Texas builder for 35 years, was recently awarded a $1.8 million project by Children’s Medical Center Dallas, the sixth-largest pediatric health care provider in the nation. More

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Healthcare Benefits of Concrete

This 279,000-square-foot expansion project will be the first concrete hospital... More

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Virtua Replacement Hospital - West Bedtower

New hospital building using conventional CMU interior wall construction, exterior decorative ground face veneer and the first thin calcium silicate stone pressure equalized open rainscreen facade. More

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Mission Trail Baptist Hospital

Utility size brick was used throughout this multi level project. The main entrance high feature wall consisted of Hadrian Limestone with a hone finish. Hadrian Limestone was also used at stair towers and rear entrance. More

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