Firm to determine whether New Orleans hospital can be restored
New Orleans Times-Picayune, May 14, 2008
An architecture firm has been hired to conduct an independent study of whether New Orleans-based Charity Hospital can be restored into a viable healthcare facility after sustaining major damage from Hurricane Katrina. RMJM Hillier, a Philadelphia company, will examine the potential cost and viability of bringing back the Depression-era Art Deco building on a temporary or permanent basis.
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