photo by Maxwell Mackenzie the University of Virginia added 127,000 sq ft of new space to its Charlottesville teaching hospital. photo by Maxwell Mackenzie Related Links: MidAtlantic: Best Health Care Project Using existing structural capacity, the University of Virginia added 127,000 sq ft of new space to its Charlottesville teaching hospital, the University of Virginia Medical Center.To reduce disruption to the existing nursing units, a 2-ft, 8-in. gap was left between the new construction and the old exterior wall. When the addition was fully enclosed, crews built out the gap, removed the old facade and renovated the adjacent space, creating
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