A healthy start at Quinn’s | ParkRecord.com

A healthy start at Quinn’s


Crews are progressing on a hospital Intermountain Healthcare is building at Quinn’s Junction, the first in Park City’s modern era.

The structure is visible from numerous vantages at Quinn’s, the city’s eastern entryway. The Park City Building Department says the workers are putting up the hospital’s steel frame.

Roger Evans from the Building Department estimates it will take IHC up to five months to install the exterior walls and complete other work on the building’s shell.

Many Parkites support the construction, saying there is enough people in the area to support a hospital.

Jay Hamburger

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