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Te Technology to Heal, the Mission to Care


September, 2011


Greetings Neighbors! We want to provide you with an update on how Little Company of Mary’s


Project is progressing. We are now in the second phase of a six-phase project that is late summer of 2014. Tis Campus Transformation Project is currently on track with


Intriguing Facts & Figures To Date:


➤ Late Fall 2010: 60,000 cubic yards of dirt were removed from the site ➤ Early Spring 2011: 6,000 tons of stone were placed ➤ Spring 2011: Te construction crane was installed. It is 206 feet high and has a 250 foot travel radius that is capable of liſting 15,000 pounds


➤ Spring 2011: 600 tons or 1.2 million pounds of steel rebar were placed in the floors and columns of the building ➤ Spring 2011: 8,200 cubic yards of concrete were placed ➤ Summer 2011: 20 tons of steel were erected to form the central plant


Our campus transformation plans demonstrate our continued commitment to be a solid anchor in the Southwest Chicago region through job creation and continued employment opportunities. Little Company of Mary remains the largest employer in Evergreen Park and we are proud that our Campus Transformation Project has generated more than 150 building trade jobs to date. Tis project will not only provide our community with an innovative Hospital with all private rooms and baths, but also a conveniently located Women’s Center for Life and Health. We currently are completing a model patient room and look forward to showcasing this incredible space to our community representatives this fall.


As we strive to improve our campus, we apologize for any inconvenience that we may cause you and your family. For the most up-to-date information on our Campus Transformation Project, log onto www.LCMH.org/transformation. For any additional questions, please feel free to contact our Marketing Director, Kelly Cusack, at 708.229.5049 or kcusack@LCMH.org.


We are energized about our future and thank you for your support of our healthcare ministry.


Sincerely, Kevin Rehder Vice President of Clinical Services & Transformation Project Manager


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PHASE 1 2009


Construction of the


West Parking Lot and the relocation of all the underground utilities in the way of the West Pavilion construction site


Fall 2010


Construction of the West


Pavilion - replacement patient tower


CAMPUS TRANSFORMATION PROJECT TIMELINE PHASE 2





PHASE 3 Fall 2012


Renovations to the North


Pavilion elevators


PHASE 4


renovations to areas in the


North & South Pavilions


• PHASE 5


Summer 2013 Winter 2013 Interior


Demolition of the Tower Building


• PHASE 6 Summer 2014 Construction of the final


connector between the West Pavilion and North Pavilion and completion of the


West Pavilion driveway and east courtyard


Campus Transformation


scheduled to complete in our initial schedule. All six


phases are described in more detail below. We anticipate that the replacement patient tower, entitled the West Pavilion, will be fully enclosed by the end of 2011.


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