- Funding Needed
- $58.9 (Mio)
- EB5 Funding
- $25 (Mio)
- EB-5 Investors
- Investment Amount
- Job Creation per Investor
- Job Creation (Total)
- Healthcare and Social Assistance
- General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Last Update: February 04, 2015 01:00 PM
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Princeton Hospital Project
Princeton Baptist Medical Centerʼs $57 million expansion project is expected to take about two and one-half years. It's the first major construction on Princeton's main campus in more than 15 years, and hospital and city leaders say the addition and accompanying renovations will create a new gateway to the surrounding community.
The new construction will create 90,000 new square feet along with renovation of existing square feet of 60,000 or a total construction of 150,000 square feet. The project will include construction of 16 new operating rooms, replacement of 6 endoscopy suites, expanded pre-and post operative support areas, replacement and new instrument processing / sterilization department, improved waiting areas, and a new lobby and chapel.
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