The view from my office window was always beautiful. I could see the Jerusalem hills and the sky. In recent years I have been watching with excitement the growing of the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower. Now, as the skeleton of the building is almost completed, the new tower fills most of the view, and the area of the new atrium is right down there in the front. Yesterday I took a few pictures from my window
the tower, the giant crane in what will be the atrium and the mother & child building. What a vew!!
In the back, there is the small tower coming up from the new parking garage. Next month a bridge over passing the road will be installed there, connecting the parking garage with the new main entrance. But the thing that caught my eyes was the yellow vested workers covering the surface of Ben Gurion Square to bring it back to use, and the round metal structure which will be the transparent dome at the end of the atrium.
The square next to the CEM, crowded with ambulances. Building the future and healing at present side by side.Date: 9/22/2010 12:00:00 AM