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Archbold Hospital Enlists Fluor's Construction Know-How

May 7, 2007
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John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, Ga., has selected Irving, Texas-based Fluor Corporation to provide program management services at its hospital, including the construction of a new eight-story hospital tower.

According to the company, Fluor will manage the construction and design of a new dialysis center, three office buildings, an imaging expansion, laundry center and multiple renovation projects.

Archbold Memorial Hospital is part of Archbold Medical Center, a five-hospital, four nursing-home system with more than 800 beds.



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