Project: Springfield Regional Medical Centre, OH
Contractor: Danis Building Construction Miamisburg, OH
Specifications: Springfield Regional Medical Centre had been in the planning stage for 10 years, and the $235 million facility was under construction for 2 years. The hospital is 475,000 ft² and accommodates for 254 private rooms. Danis Building Construction chose to use MEVA Imperial panels for the 20’ tall walls. After getting such great production numbers with Imperial they decided to bring in MevaLite for the Dock walls and shorter walls, instead of using their Symons fleet. There were 20 plus pours on this project.
Engineering: MEVA Formwork Systems, Springfield, OH
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