Previous Post | Next Post Temporary closure of 21st Street, between Joliet and Louisville avenues 01-07-2016 By Tyler Graham On Monday, Covenant Medical Center, in cooperation with the City of Lubbock, will close 21stStreet, between Joliet Avenue and Louisville Avenue, to re-route water lines under thestreet that are impacted by the construction where the old valet entrance was located. The closure will last approximately 30 days. All theentrances and exits inand out of the east and west parkinggarages along with the sky bridges will remain open during this project. The south side of 21stStreet will remain open to pedestrian traffic. The intersection of 21stStreet and Knoxville and the physician parking lot beneath the Heart Center also will be closed during this time. The Keeping the Covenant project includes massive renovations of current facilities, new construction and technology upgrades. Slated to be completed in five to seven years, Keeping the Covenant includes expansion and renovation of the Joe Arrington Cancer Center, Covenant Medical Center and Covenant Women’s and Children’s. Find Covenant Health news and story ideas in the Covenant Newsroom, on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. CONTACT: Kelly McDaniel, vice president, Covenant Health, (806) 725-0057 or firstname.lastname@example.org Categories: Keeping the Covenant This post is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Please seek medical advice from your physician for any related medical condition. If you are in need of a primary care doctor, click here to find one in the Covenant Health network.