The National Institute of Health has awarded an ICU renovation project to KR Wolfe and HillRom/Baxter Medical. The value of this project is $1,343,743 and will take 8 months to complete.
The National Institute of Health is the primary agency of the United States government responsible for biomedical and public health research. It was founded in the late 1870s and its main campus is in Bethesda, Maryland.
When asked about the project, Danny Jerina Director of Business Development said, “It’s one of the most prestigious institutions in the world so I’m thrilled to know that KR Wolfe will have the opportunity to be a part of this project.”
KR Wolfe continues its upward trend as we further strengthen and grow our relationships in the industry. Landing this project with HillRom/Baxter is just another testament to that and we are beyond thrilled to take part in this project at the National Institute of Health.