San Antonio hospital seeks diverse pool of candidates to build women and children's tower

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University Hospital in San Antonio is looking to hire construction companies owned by women, minorities and veterans to help build its women and children's tower, according to a Fox San Antonio report. 

The tower, part of a $452 million expansion project, will house 179 beds, a 24-bassinet nursery and three heart catheterization labs. The hospital plans to eventually house 300 beds in the tower. 

The health system invites any interested, registered small-business and minority-, women- and veteran-owned enterprises to come to an event June 29 at St. Philip's College San Antonio to discuss the project. 

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