SIUH Gets $28 Million

September 24, 2014
Mayor de Blasio Commits $28 million to SIUH for Hurricane Resiliency

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Crain’s Health Pulse
September 19, 2014
SIUH Gets $28 Million

Staten Island University Hospital is getting $28 million to beef up its ability to combat future storms. Both campuses of the hospital are vulnerable to flooding. The city’s contribution to SIUH will help fund a $40 million resiliency program. The hospital is elevating building power and mechanical systems (a cost of $35.3 million), installing sanitary holding tanks and backflow prevention ($1 million), and making wind resiliency and roofing improvements ($3.6 million). SIUH was awarded $12 million from FEMA in May. The city is tapping federal Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant Program-Disaster Relief funds to cover the $28 million

Staten Island Advance
September  19. 2014
City Grants $28 Million to Staten Island University Hospital for Storm Resiliency Measures

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September 19, 2014
Staten Island University Hospital Gets $28M for Storm Protection

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