September 30 Southland Industries update: Mechanical room equipment, cooling towers passivated, chilled water system insulation
Roughing in systems on Levels 1 to 4, connecting equipment in main mechanical rooms, North and West clinics near completion, cooling towers being passivated, chilled water system getting insulation.
As of Sept. 30, 2013:
- Currently roughing in systems on Levels 1 to 4 in the hospital and are connecting equipment in the two main mechanical rooms of the hospital.
- The North and West clinics are nearing rough in completion and drywall will begin shortly.
- The cooling towers are being passivated in the CUP and the chilled water system is getting final insulation.
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