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A $1 billion Maricopa County hospital makeover is set in motion

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By Ken Alltucker | The Republic

The board that oversees Maricopa Medical Center has awarded a contract to a construction firm to help manage the nearly $1 billion project of remaking the region’s safety-net health system.

Vanir Construction Management, one of eight firms to submit a bid, secured a $48.3 million contract over 6½ years to manage the complex project. Plans include replacing the aging Maricopa Medical Center at 26th and Roosevelt streets and rebuilding several outpatient health clinics.


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