John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital Selects The NoliWhite Group

The new eight-story North Tower will open in 2012

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The NoliWhite Group has been selected to oversee construction of a new eight-story medical tower at John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, Ga., according to hospital officials. Construction on the North Tower will begin this week.

The 247,000 square-foot addition will feature a new, larger Emergency Department with five more exam rooms, four fast track rooms, and two trauma rooms.

The North Tower surgical suites will gain more room to accommodate new equipment, such as imaging and monitoring devices, while providing the overall space required for optimal care. The new Intensive Care Unit will allow for six additional ICU beds. In addition, three patient bed units with 32 beds per unit will occupy the top three floors.

This $113 million expansion project is the culmination of three years of project planning and completion of numerous enabling projects by The NoliWhite Group. The North Tower at John D. Archbold Memorial will open in 2012.

ABOUT THE NOLIWHITE GROUP

Utilizing a depth of resources to provide value-added services to healthcare facility operators for their capital projects through client-focused solutions, The NoliWhite Group provides a wide range of services from initial conceptual planning, to project execution and start up. Established in 2007 on a foundation of developing quality projects with professionalism and integrity, The NoliWhite Group principals have successfully managed more than $4 billion in healthcare capital projects in seven states and has extensive experience in complex additions and renovations. For more information regarding The NoliWhite Group, visit www.nwgpm.com.



CONTACT:

for The NoliWhite Group
Marissa Murphy, 615-254-0575

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