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PRESS RELEASE 04.16.2020 - Update on Good Samaritan Hospital Addition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Jim Gabriel, MODLOGIQ, Inc.

PHONE: 412-389-7673

EMAIL: JimGabriel@MODLOGIQ.com

MODLOGIQ and AXIS Construction prepare to deliver a permanent hospital addition to Long Island, NY.

New Holland, Pennsylvania – April 16, 2020 – MODLOGIQ, Inc. (Formerly NRB USA) and their building partner Axis Construction Group of Hauppauge, NY, leaders in off-site modular construction, are preparing to deliver much needed patient care space to New York and Good Samaritan hospital on Long Island.

The project is currently being fabricated in the MODLOGIQ manufacturing plant and was scheduled to deliver later this month, but the completion and delivery were expedited in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The building is a 7,000 / square foot, Pediatric Emergency Room addition, which will add 12 new patient treatment rooms. It includes state of the art building technology, medical gas headwall system, a fully tested mechanical, plumbing, and electrical system, motion sensing doors, windows, flooring, wall coverings, and exterior finishes including a split-faced block veneer to match the existing facility.

Previous healthcare and medical projects include the Gotham Family Medical Health Center, ACLD – Charles Evans Health Services Center, and more.

Good Samaritan Project @ Plant (NEW!) Please use this link for a virtual tour of our facility and a current hospital project underway.

About MODLOGIQ (formerly NRB [USA], Inc.)


MODLOGIQ is a “new” company with a 40-year heritage of leadership and innovation in modular construction. Our “build together” approach to off-site manufacturing goes beyond limited cookie-cutter assembly-line structures to deliver complex, stunning, permanent medical building projects. For healthcare clients, design professionals, and experienced building partners who “FOLLOW THE LOGIQ,” MODLOGIQ continues to change perceptions about modular, off-site construction. For more information, visit http://www.MODLOGIQ.com.

About Axis Construction


“Setting the Standard” for more than twenty years, Axis Construction and its Modular Construction Division have been widely recognized as an innovator in construction, design and management services, consistently raising the industry standard for the building community. With a team approach that encompasses pre-design consultation, on-site project management, and post-construction follow-up, Axis strives to exceed expectations and deliver creative, sustainable, and cost-effective results for all clients. Axis was founded on a strong commitment to excellence and honesty that is brought to every project undertaken from small renovations to complex multi-phase assignments. Axis has been honored with numerous awards and has received a platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. For more information, visit www.theaxisgroup.com

About Good Samaritan Hospital


Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, a member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, is a 537-bed (including 100 nursing home beds), not-for-profit hospital serving the communities on the south shore of Long Island in West Islip, New York. Good Samaritan’s high-quality medical services extend across the continuum of care to all disciplines, both for inpatients and outpatients. A talented medical staff of 850 physicians, 1,300 nurses, and more than 2,000 support staff is committed to offering the best in diagnostic, treatment, and prevention of conditions and illnesses. In keeping with the tradition of Catholic health care, our patients' physical needs are met with the highest standards of quality. At the same time, equal attention is paid to the emotional and spiritual needs of every patient and family. For more information, visit www.goodsamaritan.chsli.org




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