Cambridge 2016 Achievements
In 2016, the Charlotte VA Health Care Center achieved LEED Silver certification.
2016 Holiday Party
Design-build offers both speed and flexibility, which helps control costs in healthcare facility construction, while ensuring the planning takes into account the latest medical technology and equipment. One of the best ways to use this delivery method for good, then must be to provide the highest quality healthcare and health facilities to our nation’s veterans. We reached out to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) and found more than a few professionals willing to discuss the VA’s use of design build especially on a particularly successful lease project in Charlotte, North Carolina.
There’s no shortage of companies and projects that are remaking the Charlotte landscape. The CBJ’s Heavy Hitters Commercial Real Estate Awards program highlights the hard work behind those developments and their contributions to the city’s growing economy.
Construction wrapped this spring on a 295,000-square-foot health-care center in Charlotte that serves veterans.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs opened its outpatient center in April after a 24-month building process. The six-story building sits on 35 acres at West Tyvola Road and Cascade Pointe Boulevard, located near Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Night at The Yards is a benefit in support of the innovative hands-on education and job-training programs provided by Living Classrooms.
Operation Healing and Peace, new VA Health Care Complex puts veterans front and center.
Cambridge Holdings LLC congratulates Randy S. Jaegle on his promotion to Chief Executive Officer and J. Andrew Czekaj, III on his promotion to Senior Vice President. Read the full article»