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Sutter Health’s targetted completion is 2014

Anderson Lucchetti Center on its way to completion.
Construction has been ongoing on the new Sutter Medical Center’s $750 million expansion for five years. In the photo above most of its exterior is complete except for some small panels being installed by the workmen on the Anderson Lucchetti women’s and pediatric care facility .
Workers install gray panels to the exterior.

Each day brings it closer to its projected 2014 opening of the 214-bed for women and children facility – Anderson Lucchetti women’s and pediatric care facility . Once completed, it will take around 6 months for everything to be moved in.

It is eight-stories high and 395,241 sq. ft.and is parallel to Capital City Freeway in midtown.

And Sutter General Hospital will become Ose Adams Medical Pavilion once work is completed. The Boldt Company doing the construction has added special precautionary measures by placing "more than one dozen plastic barriers with durable, cost-effective storm doors" as the work remains underway.

These barriers prevent dust and toxins from entering the in-use areas of the hospital. Installation of the barriers are regulated by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering.

A foot bridge connects the two buildings over L St and another bridge connects Anderson Lucchetti women’s and pediatric care facility to the parking structure along 29th St.

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