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By Cole Black
It is with pride that Centre Grey Health Services Foundation welcomes Triton Engineering Services Limited as a major donor to the Together In Care campaign for the new Markdale Hospital.
Triton Engineering Services Limited are located in Central Ontario with offices in Fergus, Orangeville and Harriston. They are a community-based consulting firm that provides a wide range of Civil Engineering services where municipalities face the challenge of managing growth and maintaining and upgrading their public infrastructure.
“This major gift from Triton Engineering Services Limited will go a long way as we transform health care in our communities for generations to come” stated Harvey Fraser, Chair of Centre Grey Health Services Foundation and the Together In Care campaign. “It is really great to see community members like Triton Engineering step up to make this community the best it can be” advised Paul Stewart, volunteer of the Together In Care campaign.
“Triton Engineering is committed to supporting the communities we live and work in by improving the quality of life through the realization of our vision and investing in municipal services, the environment and health and well-being of the public” stated Ray Kirtz, Principal of Triton Engineering Services Limited.
Shovels hit the ground March 2021 and the hospital structure is shaping up nicely with strong support from the community. The new Markdale Hospital is over double the size of the existing hospital at 68,000 and is on track to open in mid 2023. For more information or to learn how you can help, please visit www.togetherincare.com
Merlen Kropf Foundation delivers a big cheque
The Kropf Family is pleased to present a donation to Centre Grey Health Services Foundation for the new Markdale Hospital for a total amount of $50,000 issued by the Merlen Kropf Foundation. The family’s involvement in the Dundalk community began in 1976 with construction of the L&M Food Market Store. The store moved to its current location in January 2000, where the pride in community service has continued. L&M Food Markets also served the Markdale community, opening in July 1978 and operating for many years. Merlen Kropf, the President of L&M Food Markets for 56 years, passed away in January 2022. He was a firm believer in and proud supporter of community hospitals. Merlen’s wife Doreen, their children Dale and Debra as well as their grandchildren and great-grandchildren, in carrying forth Merlen’s wishes and legacy, are pleased to offer this donation to the hospital which will serve many communities. “It is our privilege to have the Kropf Family as members of our donor family” stated Harvey Fraser, Chair of the “Together In Care” Campaign and Centre Grey Health Services Foundation . “It is with pride that we will have a naming plaque in their honour in our new hospital. They are strong advocates of this community and of health care and we are incredibly grateful for their support.” states Fraser.
Several structural elements of the new Markdale Hospital are now complete and they are drywall installation has begun in the lower level. This new technologically advanced facility is on track to be completed in mid-2023.
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The lastest drone images of the hospital construction site
Latest construction images of the new Markdale Hospital