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Critical care pavilion starts to take form next to Washington Hospital
The Mercury News

A critical care facility being built next to Washington Hospital in Fremont has been designed to continue operating during and after a big earthquake, a project official said this week.

More than a year into construction, the largest public works project in the Washington Township Health Care District’s history is about 25 percent complete, Will Bartley, project manager for Rudolph and Sletten construction company, said Monday.

The steel skeleton of the four-story Morris Hyman Critical Care Pavilion is now up and the $220 million bond project is on schedule and on budget, he said.