Hospitals are now the third-largest source of construction work in the state

Kenny, Jack
December 2007
New Hampshire Business Review;12/21/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p42
The article reports that hospitals have become the largest construction work sources in New Hampshire. The $86.7 million Elliot at the River's Edge project is one to the largest proposed construction activity of hospitals that needs approval from the Health Service Planning and Policy Review Board as well as the Londonderry site construction of the Derry Medical Center. Spokesman from Elliot hospital states that evidence are visible regarding the demand of hospital facility and buildings.


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