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Organization, skilled subcontractors key for complicated hospital construction
Sacramento Business Journal

Thousands of construction jobs were lost during the Great Recession, but one constant has remained: The $724 million expansion of Sutter Medical Center in midtown Sacramento. The first designs were drawn up about a decade ago. The first shovel of dirt was turned in 2005. By the time it is finished in 2014, hundreds of construction workers will have spent thousands of hours on the site near 28th Street and Capitol Avenue. Someone born on ground-breaking day will be in third grade when the first patients move in.