Hospital construction and renovation give Michigan a shot in the arm
Detroit Free Press, February 11, 2008
Michigan healthcare systems are erecting new hospitals and renovating old ones, pumping in at least $2.2 billion into their communities in 13 of the largest projects. The projects promise to make the hospitals into meccas of modern medicine, with the latest in technology, private patient rooms and sunny, landscaped, healing environments. The boom is also a bright spot in the Michigan construction industry slowed by the downturn in the housing market.
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