Stalled multimillion-dollar Ala. hospital project gets moving

05/23/2013 | (Alabama)

A decision by the Alabama Supreme Court on Friday paves the way for the completion of the stalled Trinity Medical Center in Alabama. Brasfield & Gorrie and A.G. Gaston Construction were selected as the project's construction managers, with site prep work slated to start in the coming weeks. The structure, which had already cost $215 million before the project stalled, will cost an additional $280 million and has a target completion date of two years once construction resumes.

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