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UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital


Lexington, KY

The building is one of the most ambitious and expensive that UK has ever undertaken. Constructing the hospital's 12 stories and outfitting the first six floors will cost $532 million. Finishing the upper 600,000 square feet by 2020 will cost an additional $230 million in today's dollars, Karpf said. The hospital, when it opens in sections throughout the decade of the 2010's, will start out with some key innovations that Karpf said will make it one of the most impressive collections of advances in medical design in the country.

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ROBERT C. BYRD BIOTECHNOLOGY SCIENCE CENTER


Huntington, WV

With a grant of more than $35 million from the National Institutes of Health, the $40 million, 200,000 square foot Robert C. Byrd Biotechnology Science Center was completed in August 2006. The new building contains two high-tech, multimedia auditoriums, teaching labs for classes, research labs, lecture rooms, animals quarters, imaging facilities with different types of microscopes and lecture rooms.

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Arthur Weisburg Family Applied Engineering Complex


Huntington, WV

This $50 million 140,000 square feet engineering complex will include state-of-the-art instructional and research facilities and be the largest academic building on the Marshall University Campus.

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CABELL HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL, NORTH PATIENT TOWER


Huntington, WV

Completed in October 2007, This five-story, $85-million expansion now houses post-surgical and medical nursing units; labor, delivery and recovery units; adult, surgical and cardiac intensive care units; Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; inpatient oncology unit.

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CHESAPEAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Chesapeake, OH

Dixon Electrical Systems is the electrical contractor that built most of the new school facilities in Southeastern Ohio at the dawn of the new millennium. Most of the facilities, such as the Chesapeake elementary school, incorporated state-of-the-art information age technologies.

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FAIRLAND HIGH SCHOOL


Proctorville, OH

The 207,000 square foot Fairland High School was one of the new, technologically advanced schools that were part of a multimillion dollar program of building, rebuilding and renovating the Ohio public schools at the dawn of the new millennium. It incorporates state-of-the-art multimedia areas, theatrical lighting, intuitively integrated video and sound, and many other information age technologies.

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Huntington Internal Medicine Group Renovations


Huntington, WV

Dixon Electrical renovated a former Wal-mart store into the 150,000 square foot HIMG 20th Street facility. The grounds of the $16 million renovation project include off-street parking for more than 300 vehicles.

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Marshall University Clinical Education & Outreach Center


Huntington, WV

This $23.5 million, 80,000 square foot, four-story Clinical Center is located at the former Fairfield Stadium site, and houses major new medical student teaching facilities and clinical education patient care clinics.

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Marshall University, Student Housing Complex


Huntington, WV

The multi-million dollar complex, located on the south side of campus, opened in the fall of 2003. The new Marshall Commons consists of four new residence halls: Gibson, Wellman, Haymaker, and Willis; and a new cafeteria, the Harless Cafe. The Commons garnered national attention as the first residence hall in the United States that does not offer landline phone service to its students. Instead, each resident is given a cellular telephone for unlimited use within the contiguous United States.

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Pike County Hall of Justice


Pikeville, KY

The Pike County Hall of Justice in Pikeville, Kentucky is located at 172 Division Street.

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Pullman Square


Huntington, WV

Pullman Square is a $60 million 200,000 sq ft. lifestyle center in downtown Huntington, WV. The retro collection of one- and two-story structures houses a 16-screen movie theater, and the "Funny Bone Comedy Club". It also includes numerous retail establishments and restaurants.

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Pullman Square Marquee Cinema


Huntington, WV

On October 18, 2000, Steiner, a Columbus Ohio developer that specializes in recreating downtown urban environments, announced a $60 million 200,000 sq ft. retail and entertainment complex. Construction began on July 16, 2004 with the excavation of the parking lot for the parking structures, and the Marquee Cinemas opened on November 19, 2004.

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Robert L. Shell Juvenile Detention Center


Barboursville, WV

A 23 bed, all male multi-purpose facility, Robert Shell is considered as Staff Secure. It serves both Adjudicated and Non-Adjudicated juveniles, and also offers a 10 Bed Residential Treatment Program entitled the "C.H.A.N.G.E." Program (Caring for and Helping Adolescents Navigate Goals Effectively).

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St. Mary's Medical Center Addition


Huntington, WV

This is the largest medical facility in the tri-state region, and Cabell County's largest private employer. They staff over 2600 employees. The hospital campus is home to the St. Mary's School of Nursing, the School of Medical Imaging and the School of Respiratory Care. All three programs are associated with Marshall University.

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Marshall University, Indoor Practice Facility


Huntington, WV

Marshall University’s $14 million, 105,000-square-foot facility, will include the yet-to-be-completed Marshall University Sports Medicine Translational Research Center, the Buck Harless Student-Athlete Academic Center and the Marshall University Sports Hall of Fame — making it a one-stop-shop for the university’s student-athletes.

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