Tuesday, August 12, 2008

More Parking

Howard County General Hospital has opened a five-level 542-space parking garage, according to this story in the Examiner.

The garage is the first completed part of the hospital’s $105 million, 233,656-square-foot expansion and general renovation project.

The core project component now under construction is a new four-story, five-level patient tower that will include 90 private rooms in the surgical, cardiac/telemetry and medical/surgical units, according to hospital officials.

The hospital, now with 219 beds, will see a net gain of 42 beds when the project is finished.

The total project is expected to be completed by the fall of 2011, officials said.

Until then, we wonder if there's any spare spaces for carpooling commuters.

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