The construction of a 24-level super multi-speciality hospital in Warangal is progressing well, according to R&B Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy. The hospital, which is being built on 42 acres of Warangal Central Prison, is expected to be ready by September this year. The hospital will provide corporate-level healthcare facilities to the poor living in the north Telangana region. It will have almost all the super-speciality wings and will provide the best amenities to staff and patients. The total built-up area of the hospital is 19 lakh square feet, and the project cost is Rs 1,200 crore. As of now, 60% of the work is completed, and the Chief Minister’s target is to operationalize the hospital in September. MLA Nannapuneni Narender has been monitoring the works at regular intervals to ensure there is no laxity. The contracting agency representatives were advised by Reddy to carry out works in three shifts by increasing manpower. Hanumakonda district collector Sikta Patnaik, additional collector Srivatsa Kota, L&T construction company project director Venkat Reddy, project manager Tamilavannan, and R&B SE B Nagendra Rao were among others present during the inspection.