Workers take down a piece of a crane Thursday that had been used in the construction of Kadlec Regional Medical Center’s River Pavilion tower in Richland. The 225-foot crane from Morrow Equipment has been used by workers with Bouten Construction to move building materials for the past year. The $72 million tower addition — including one floor of intensive care and three floors of acute care — is estimated to be completed in this fall.
Workers take down a piece of a crane Thursday that had been used in the construction of Kadlec Regional Medical Center’s River Pavilion tower in Richland. The 225-foot crane from Morrow Equipment has been used by workers with Bouten Construction to move building materials for the past year. The $72 million tower addition — including one floor of intensive care and three floors of acute care — is estimated to be completed in this fall. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Workers take down a piece of a crane Thursday that had been used in the construction of Kadlec Regional Medical Center’s River Pavilion tower in Richland. The 225-foot crane from Morrow Equipment has been used by workers with Bouten Construction to move building materials for the past year. The $72 million tower addition — including one floor of intensive care and three floors of acute care — is estimated to be completed in this fall. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Goodbye to the Kadlec crane

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