Construction on massive Fargo hospital project finished

February 21, 2017

Construction on the massive Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, N.D., has been finished, according to an article on the Twin Cities Business website.

The $494 million, 11-story hospital took five years and 2.4 million man-hours. 

Before the hospital opens in July, 25,000 pieces of medical equipment, supplies and furniture will be moved into the one-million-square-foot facility.

Meanwhile, more than 1,100 training sessions will be taking place to prepare the Fargo hospital’s roughly 3,000-person staff.

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