Posts Tagged ‘construction’

UMC renovating facility to serve as Ebola isolation unit

JACKSON — The University of Mississippi Medical Center is renovating a vacant building to serve as an isolation and treatment unit in the event of a confirmed or probable Ebola case in Mississippi. UMMC officials said in a news release yesterday that the stand-alone structure is removed from other patient-care facilities on the Jackson campus. […] [...]

Hospital services will continue during long Keesler Medical Center project

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, construction, Keesler, Mississippi, South Mississippi

Keesler Medical Center is getting an extensive facelift. The $74 million renovation project will begin soon and is expected to be completed in mid-2017. Officials expect the project to enhance the overall patient experience by providing world-class healthcare facilities for the Keesler community. Maintaining all patient services throughout construction is part of the reason for […] [...]

THE PENALTY PHASE — Project owners depend heavily on timely completion  

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, construction, Mississippi, NEWS

Nearly every large construction project is planned and financed based on a specified completion date. While many things can disrupt that plan ranging from bad weather to supply or labor shortages, failing to meet the deadline can result in significant penalties. “Owners of projects, especially in the private sector, depend upon timely completion so use […] [...]

November 14th Digital Edition

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: construction, FOCUS, MBJ, Mississippi Business Journal, real estate

Click to view the November 14th Digital Edition of the Mississippi Business Journal. [...]

Worker dies after falling from roof of ‘Al Capone home’

OCEAN SPRINGS — A construction worker critically injured when he fell while working on the second-story roof of an Ocean Springs home has died. Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus said Gerald Moran, 42, died yesterday at Ocean Springs Hospital, where he had been comatose and in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit for about […] [...]

Full House marks ‘topping off’ of new Silver Slipper hotel

BAY ST. LOUIS — Full House Resorts is celebrating the “topping off” of its new 142-room hotel at the company’s Silver Slipper Casino property in Bay St. Louis. Community leaders, employees and investors have been invited to attend a special ceremony on-site at the property. Andre Hilliou, chairman and CEO of Full House, said, “We […] [...]

Community Bank breaks ground for new Spillway Road office

BRANDON — Community Bank has broken ground for its newest construction project. The site of new full-service bank office is located at 1871 Spillway Road, next door to the Fresh Market Café. Projected completion date is scheduled for summer of 2015. Fountain Construction Inc. based in Jackson, serves as general contractor for the project, and […] [...]

William Carey breaks ground for new men’s dormitory

HATTIESBURG — William Carey University has broken ground for a new men’s residence hall. The new building will adjoin Davis Hall, a women’s residence hall completed in 2013, and will be behind Braswell Hall on the south end of the Hattiesburg campus. It will be directly across from the Fail Softball Field. The three-story building […] [...]

Neshoba General gets CON for new medical facility

PHILADELPHIA — The Neshoba General Hospital in Philadelphia has been given state approval to add a new medical building to its campus. The Mississippi State Department of Health issued a certificate of need for the project this past week. Mississippi requires a CON in a process designed to avoid duplication of health care services and […] [...]

Methodist gets nod from Health Department for renovations

JACKSON — The Mississippi Methodist Hospital and Rehabilitation Center in Jackson has been given state approval to renovate a building. The Mississippi State Department of Health issued a certificate of need for the project this week. Mississippi requires a CON in a process designed to avoid duplication of health care services and control costs. Methodist […] [...]

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