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As one of the oldest and largest general contractors, construction managers and design/builders in the Southwest, Bradbury Stamm has significant expertise in a variety of construction sectors including residential, commercial, industrial and institutional. “Whether the project is big or small, we do what it takes to do it right the first time, with value to the client constantly in mind,” it says.

The first few moments between a mother and her newborn child can prove critical – especially in the overall health of an infant whose arrival came too soon. The new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital in Tampa, Fla., has been designed to make sure the infants who need the most care receive the help they need and stay close to their mother’s natural nurturing ways.

Government contracting has long been a positive revenue opportunity for small businesses eager to grow, and the construction industry continues to be one of the federal government’s top five spending categories.

Special ops is not just a video game – it is a component of each of the military forces that is trained for unconventional warfare. “Special Operations Command – SOCOM – conducts numerous special operations missions that are very important in the Global War on Terrorism,” Major Casey Barnes, Marine Special Operations Center (MARSOC) engineer, explains. “They do some direct-action unconventional warfare and some foreign internal defense; especially key village stability operations that provide coherence and legitimacy to the local governments. But don’t get me wrong, we can kick the door down if we need to.”

The madness is not just in March at Purdue University’s Mackey Arena while a renovation and addition are being constructed. “The greatest challenge is just the sequencing to keep the building occupied with our sports teams, maintain our home competitions and get the work done,” concedes Steve Simmerman, associate athletics director – facilities manager. “It’s very difficult.

A company that was created by the recent combination of two experienced general contractors is working on one of the largest government projects ever undertaken in San Diego County.

 

When two area hospitals were preparing to close, plans were set in motion to build a new hospital in Lavonia, Ga. The realities of how to fund and operate the new facility were the main issues on the table. 

Where most hospitals are self-owned and managed, the idea was to establish a partnership between the healthcare system and the primary care physicians and new specialists. In this instance, the surrounding communities would join forces with the Ty Cobb Healthcare System (TCHS) of Royston, Ga., and northeast Georgia physicians to create the Ty Cobb Regional Medical Center (TCRMC).

When the Lake Nona V.A. Medical Center opens its doors in October 2012 the more than 400,000 veterans who live in Florida will no longer be forced to travel long distances to receive care. Already, veterans are exhibiting their support for the Orlando medical center, with one local group actively raising funds to build a memorial on campus. 

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