Master planning for new hospital nearly complete
Brian Varela / Petersburg Pilot
The Petersburg Borough Assembly and the Petersburg Medical Center Board of Directors got together for a joint work session last Thursday where they discussed the plans for a new hospital. Seated around the table from left to right: PMC Board Member Cindi Lagoudakis, Assembly Member Jeff Meucci, Assembly Member Brandi Marohl, PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter, PMC Board Member Joe Stratman, Assembly Member Chelsea Tremblay, PMC Board Member George Doyle, PMC Board Member Jim Roberts, Assembly Member Taylor Norheim, PMC Board President Jarod Cook, PMC Board Member Marlene Cushing, Assembly Member Bob Lynn and Mayor Mark Jensen.
In a joint work session between the Petersburg Borough Assembly and Petersburg Medical Center Board of Directors last week, Dan Jardine, project manager with NAC Architecture, updated both entities on the status of the master plan and revealed the preferred layout of a new hospital.
In their efforts to design a new hospital, NAC Architecture has been conducting tests to determine possible sites for a new building and what a new facility would feature. In January, NAC Architecture plans to release their completed master plan document that will include a seismic analysis, an inundation study,...
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