April 4 Southland Industries update: Plumbing fixtures, chiller in progress

Southland Industries has completed several more steps at the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center located in Fort Hood, Texas.

04/04/2014


As of April 4:  

  • Southland Industries is completing rough in on levels 4 and above of the hospital.
  • The West Clinic plumbing fixtures are beginning to be installed. The North Clinic has diffusers going into the ceilings, the South Clinic has drywall being installed on levels 2 and 3.
  • All 3 parking garages are underway.
  • Chillers and air handling units are starting the first week of April for temporary conditioning.

                        Hospital Atrium from smoke exhaust fan platform. Courtesy: Gary Lovewell & Michael Morder. 3 Hospital Main HVAC Control Panel. Courtesy: Gary Lovewell & Michael Morder.             Hospital & Hospital Garage. Courtesy: Gary Lovewell & Michael Morder.



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