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Bellet Construction has been awarded a contract to perform exterior repairs and renovations at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx

Bellet Construction Goes to Work for Bronx’s St. Barnabas Hospital 

Bellet Construction has been awarded a contract by St. Barnabas Hospital and St. Barnabas Health System (SBH) to implement F.I.S.P/Local Law 11 exterior repairs and restorations on all the buildings at its campus at 4422 Third Ave. in the Bronx, spanning Third Avenue, 184th Street, Livingston Avenue and Arthur Avenue.  

The buildings, all connected, include St. Barnabas Hospital, SBH Health and Wellness Center, SBH Ambulatory Care Center, SBH Hemodialysis Center, and SBH Behavioral Center, and vary in age and size. 

“We have worked on several St. Barnabas Hospital projects over the years, so it is an exceptional honor to be engaged to provide repairs for the entire campus,” said Bellet president Wayne Bellet. “The scope of the work is expansive and the fact that SBH has chosen to address any issues that may have possibly occurred during the cycle, is a testament to this prestigious institution’s unwavering commitment to safety.” 


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