Lindamood was onsite at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) campus in Galveston, Texas. The Lindamood crew demolished six UTMB structures, including a six-story building located 11 feet from a functioning hospital. The building was carefully imploded without disturbing sensitive medical activities at the hospital.
United Regional Health Care System entrusted Lindamood with demolishing four structures on their Wichita Falls 8th Street hospital campus. The structures ranged from one to eight stories and included the original 1915 Wichita General Hospital building, which had seen the town through both the oil boom and the 1918 flu epidemic.
Lindamood demolished the historic St. Paul University Hospital buildings, once a key part of the UT Southwestern system. The project included demolishing and excavating seven buildings and two large parking lots as well as imploding one of the main buildings. The oldest and tallest structure on the site stood at 12 stories. Lindamood implemented schedule restraints and efficient removal methods to avoid interruption to UT Southwestern's operations.