Visit the 32nd annual Holiday Tree Festival at the John S. Knight Center from Nov.23- Dec.1, and see the trees, wreaths and holiday gifts. Admission to the festival is free. For more information visit akronchildrens.org/treefestival.
Akron Children's Hospital launched a $200 million expansion of its Akron campus in 2012 to meet the current and future needs of children and their families. Called Building on the Promise, the project is the result of significant growth in the hospital's patient volumes and services.
The seven teams working on Akron Children’s Hospital’s new building can get pretty tired at the end of a work week, especially when there are multiple companies working together for the first time and they are challenged to change the status quo. – See more at: http://building.akronchildrens.org/?p=10773&preview=true#sthash.YEGS0ii8.dpuf
Teamwork guides construction of new space
What could the Apollo 13 space mission have to do with the new Akron Children’s Hospital medical building?
Tom Conti, Welty/Boldt project superintendent, believes that what the Apollo 13 team went through is not dissimilar to what a construction team faces: A large group of people, sometimes geographically separated, come together to solve complex problems.
Bubbles, balloons and cupcakes marked the end of “My Promise. My Children’s” employee campaign this week in Perkins Square Park. When the final number was revealed, attendees celebrated the $3,843,938 donated by employees during the 3-month campaign which began in April. The “My Promise. My Children’s” campaign raised money for the “Building on the Promise” […]