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Dayspring Making Plans For Renovation Projects

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/17/2013

The Richland County assisted living center Dayspring is considering an extensive renovation project. Officials of the architectural and engineering firm M-K-C Associates were at Tuesday morning's county commissioners meeting discussing their proposals for upgrading the kitchen and laundry room, and replacing the emergency generator, heating and air conditioning, and fire supression system. Dayspring's director Bill Cunning says this work follows the renovations of the bathrooms. The proposed projects include replacing the emergency generator, fire supression system, and heating and air conditioning system; and renovating the kitchen and laundry room. The work would cost an estimated $1.5 million, and take at least five years to complete based on priority. Cunning hopes to get grants to pay for as much of the improvements as possible. The goal is to save money on energy, so the project would pay for itself over the coming years.

   
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