Lourdes Gets New Coat of Paint
By WestKyStar Staff
PADUCAH, KY - A fresh coat of paint now adorns Lourdes Hospital, as workers continue a preservation project to improve the look of the building.
Lourdes Facility Director Ron Henley told the Paducah Sun the beautification project that started in July will improve the appearance of the main building of the hospital and the more recent Marshall Nemer Pavilion. The project's purpose is to provide a more uniform appearance and maintain the surface of the building material.
As part of the project, the side of the building facing Interstate 24 was painted with the recognizable blue “H” logos to help passing drivers recognize the buildings as a hospital.
Workers will also re-caulk windows and repair expansion joints. The project is scheduled to be finished in October.