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Roadwork update:
05.24.2010 [Campus Improvements]

Starting May 25th, crews will be excavating and paving portions of Hawthorne and Waldemere streets. Sections of those streets may be intermittently closed to traffic during the roadwork, which will last several days. Flagmen will be on hand to direct traffic. For your convenience, free valet parking is offered to patients and visitors at the hospital’s main entrance on Hawthorne Street. Self-parking is available in the Waldemere Garage; please enter on Waldemere Street. A covered walkway is available for pedestrians in front of the Emergency Care Center.


Critical expansion continues:
 
05.21.2010 | Campus Improvements

Construction proceeds on the Critical Care Center expansion. Earlier this week, crews began erecting the first columns for the addition atop the building. Once complete in 2011, the expansion will house new operating rooms, pre-operative and post-operative patient care areas, hemodialysis and a sterile processing unit.

Plant demo complete
 
05.19.2010 | Campus Improvements

Crews recently finished tearing down the hospital’s old energy plant. The empty site in front of the hospital, seen above, will be the home of Sarasota Memorial’s new Courtyard Tower and redesigned entryway. An energy-efficient new power plant is located in the back of the hospital’s campus. Prep work for the construction of the new […]

Road work update:
 
05.11.2010 | Campus Improvements

Constructing a new patient care tower requires a great deal of advance work on utilities. Next week, crews will work on sewer lines that will support the new facility. Here’s a schedule of upcoming lane closures and other traffic advisories — We are working hard to limit any inconveniences caused by the construction. May 14 […]

Plant demolition wrapping up
 
05.10.2010 | Campus Improvements

A small section (visible in the upper left-hand corner) is all that remains of the hospital’s 230×118-foot energy center. Crews have been tearing down the 1960s-era facility during the past couple of weeks. The old plant has been replaced with a state-of-the-art new power facility equipped with the latest hurricane- and sound-proofing. Sarasota Memorial’s new […]

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