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Pulse   01/27/2014
Bids/Contracts/Proposals

New York

Adelphi University has begun construction of the 99,691-sq-ft Nexus Building and Welcome Center on the northwest portion of its Garden City campus. The new building will house classrooms for the university's new School of Nursing and Public Health as well as provide space for alumni relations, admissions, career services and simulated labs to be made available to regional health care partners for professional development. Construction is scheduled to be completed by August 2015. The project is valued at $45 million. Adelphi University, Attn: Tim Burton, Project Manager, 1 South Ave., KFA Building, Rm. 120, Garden City, 11530. DR#13-0055901.

Planning

Connecticut

The University of Connecticut Health Center plans to renovate John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington. Replacements and upgrades include heating, air conditioning, ventilation and plumbing and electrical systems. The renovations will allow several departments in the hospital to expand such as the Pat and Jim Calhoun Cardiology Center, clinical pathology labs, clinical pharmacy and inpatient psychiatry. Renovations to four vacated hospital floors will also be made for clinical support, translational research and clinical trials. The project is scheduled to begin in June 2016, and construction is expected to be completed by June 2018. The project is valued at $52 million. Turner Construction, Milford, is the construction manager. University of Connecticut Health Center, Attn: Margaret Gilbert, Procurement, P.O. Box 4036, 16 Munson Rd., Farmington, 06034. DR#13-00409814.

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