Oak Hill Hospital Adds Ambiance to Its Campus
January 09, 2012
Spring Hill, FL – Oak Hill Hospital announces the beautification of several locations on its campus with the creation of a variety of landscape structures throughout its site. The goal was to create a degree of ambiance by establishing several aesthetically pleasing areas before patients encounter the impact of the construction of $50 million worth of additions to its structure.
One area, aptly entitled, “the secret garden,” will be marked by Victorian shrubbery including vines with capstones and a seating area. Others areas will be enhanced with native vegetation that is weather-resistant. Plants such as sable palms, Indian Hawthorne shrubs, lantana, Japanese boxwoods, and flowery annuals will grace at least five locations throughout the campus.
These five locations are already under construction with concrete and stucco walls. When completed they will be lusciously landscaped with the aforementioned vegetation. This project is now regarded as one of the larger landscape projects in the healthcare field, designed to enhance the overall aesthetics and appearance of the campus and also to establish an air of tranquility for the many visitors who come in an otherwise anxious mood.
The landscaped gardens will be a visible sign of the launch of $50 million operating room and tower expansion project. Construction of the landscaped gardens is under the supervision of Tim Stoops of Argyle Construction. The construction is characterized by an abundance of recycled materials, cost-efficient LED fixtures and other energy efficient lighting will be used.
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