Douglas County Hospital to save millions on energy - guaranteed
Douglas County Hospital officials last week announced a plan to completely revamp the facility's aging main building.
They say that over time it will save millions of dollars - guaranteed.
On January 20, county commissioners approved a contract between DCH and Johnson Controls, Inc., a Milwaukee-based firm specializing in improving building efficiency, for $1.43 million to upgrade and replace the hospital's inefficient, decades-old mechanical and electrical systems.
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