Maintenance window scheduled to begin at February 14th 2200 est. until 0400 est. February 15th

(e.g. yourname@email.com)

Forgot Password?

    Or login with Facebook

    Tulsa District constructs alternate care facilities for the state of Oklahoma [Image 10 of 11]

    Tulsa District constructs alternate care facilities for the state of Oklahoma

    Oklahoma State University Medical Center Administrator Matt Adams, left, discusses construction progress with Tulsa District Program Manager Patrick Beard, during an alternate care facility build out at Oklahoma State University Medical Center, Tulsa Okla., May 6, 2020. While working on a FEMA mission assignment at the request of the state of Oklahoma, the Tulsa District executed planning, assessment, design and construction missions supporting state requests for two alternate care facilities. Four floors of the OSU Medical Center in Tulsa Okla., were remodeled providing an additional 116 beds and Integris Baptist Portland Campus in Oklahoma City Okla., providing an additional 110 beds. USACE has the capability and expertise to adjust alternate care facility designs between COVID and non-COVID, depending on states’ needs for specific site locations. The estimated 14 day construction process began at both facilities on April 27, 2020. (Released/U.S. Army Photo by Preston L. Chasteen)

    LEAVE A COMMENT

    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 05.04.2020
    Date Posted: 06.10.2020 14:12
    Photo ID: 6237106
    VIRIN: 200506-A-IF821-0024
    Resolution: 2400x1600
    Size: 4.08 MB
    Location: US

    Web Views: 10
    Downloads: 1
    Podcast Hits: 0

    PUBLIC DOMAIN