Clearing begins for hospital expansion
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Work has begun in earnest to create the expansion that will be attached to Capital Region Medical Center along Madison Street in Jefferson City.
Site clearing is being performed by crews from Jeff Schnieders Construction and Arthur Ratliff Tree and Stump Removal. Because Capital Region is a community hospital, its board wanted to use local talent to clear, prepare and construct the multi-million dollar expansion which is scheduled for opening in late 2015.
Except for the northern entrance to the current facility that connects to Woodlawn Avenue, that street has been closed off between Madison and Monroe streets to accomodate the expansion.
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