KC Business Journal: LMG Installs 25,000 Pounds of Pipe for Cerner

LMG Construction installed 25,000 pounds of copper pipe for a project for Cerner.  The Kansas City Business Journal  featured LMG’s work on the Cerner project.

Cerner is one of the fastest growing businesses in Kansas City.  Cerner made the national news again after being awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs contract for the VA’s next-generation electronic health records system.

Here is an excerpt from the Kansas City Business Journal’s article about LMG:

Cerner Corp.’s topping out ceremony in March signified the structural completion of the first two buildings, but there’s much more progress underway that isn’t as visible.

That includes 25,000 pounds of copper pipe installed by Kansas City-based LMG Construction Services LLC for the new campus plumbing system.

LMG specializes in commercial plumbing and federal government contracting and is one of the plumbing contractors for phase 1 and 2 of Cerner’s Trails Campus. LMG, which Lisa Garney started in 2007, will install eight miles of pipe during the first two phases, which is roughly the distance from Union Station to Kauffman Stadium or about 16,000 copper pots.

Please read the rest of the article on the The Kansas City Business Journal website.

KC Business Journal: LMG Installs 25,000 Pounds of Pipe for Cerner
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