As the COVID-19 Pandemic stresses the capacity of the New York healthcare system, additional hospital facilities are being added wherever possible. Development is underway at Stony Brook University Hospital on Long Island, NY. This temporary hospital facility will be built to hold 1,000 hospital beds. Initiated by FEMA and the Army Corp of Engineers, this hospital is scheduled to be completed by April 18th.
The Army Corp of Engineers and FEMA’s schedule for completion of the temporary hospital at Stony Brook University.
Corrigan Logistics is being called on once again to support in the COVID-19 relief efforts. We have already shipped raw materials to the manufacturing facility that will build the temporary patient rooms. When the rooms are completed, our drivers will haul 25-30 truckloads of completed product from Atlanta, GA; Denver, CO; and St George, UT to Long Island, NY. Corrigan Logistics has a commitment to always provide on-time service and will meet this transportation need and allow completion of the hospital by the April 18th deadline.
As much of the country is facing Stay-at-Home Orders in their respective states, truck drivers continue to haul essential medical supplies and equipment. Now, more than ever, Corrigan’s commitment to timeliness is essential to meeting the strict schedule of building a new hospital in a few short weeks.
For your own transportation challenges, reach out to Corrigan Logistics at 877-670-7564 or by completing the form on this website.