**Before: Shaheen Participates in Ribbon Slicing Ceremony for New CAES Lab in Exeter**
April 12, 2022
Shaheen watches St. A’s pupils give demonstration in CMC simulation lab
Shaheen excursions new CAES 3-D additive manufacturing lab
(Manchester, NH) – Right now, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) visited Catholic Health care Middle (CMC) in Manchester to congratulate CMC and Saint Anselm School on their Congressionally Directed Investing (CDS) award. As a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Shaheen fought to protected $2 million for CMC and Saint Anselm School to renovate a 13,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-artwork health and fitness treatment simulation lab in the fiscal yr (FY) 2022 funding laws that was signed into law in March. Shaheen successfully secured an additional $500,000 to improve crisis products and services in the CMC Unexpected emergency Department Behavioral Health Annex. Through her visit, Shaheen toured the present-day simulation lab and discovered a lot more about CMC’s options to enhance the facility with their new money.
“I savored assembly with CMC and St. A’s right now to focus on the revolutionary wellbeing treatment schooling that will quickly be available to Granite Staters via this $2 million award I secured. This expanded schooling room will equip CMC Personnel and nursing students in New Hampshire with the best training probable by way of hands-on finding out and slicing-edge devices,” said Shaheen. “As a senior member of the Senate committee that drafted the funding package, I prioritized securing funding to extend entry to top quality health treatment and invest in the up coming generation of wellbeing care leaders.”
Earlier this morning, Shaheen participated in the ribbon chopping ceremony for Cobham Advanced Electronic Methods (CAES) Inc. in Exeter to rejoice the opening of their new 3-D lab. This lab will aid CAES’ partnership with SWISSto12, a service provider of 3-D printed engineering for radio frequency apps in the aerospace and defense market by helping to handle upcoming-generation structure issues for aerospace and defense platforms.
“I was thrilled to be part of the ribbon chopping ceremony at CAES to rejoice their new 3-D additive production lab. This cutting-edge technologies will assistance this Exeter facility make advanced electronics for area systems – which not only improve our national protection but also enable track temperature methods to increase agriculture and commerce,” said Shaheen. “I’m fired up to see CAES mature its capacity so it can continue on to be a hub of innovation and science. I’ll carry on supporting CAES’ work to acquire and manufacture state-of-the-art methods for New Hampshire and the nation.”
As a senior appropriator, Shaheen secured funding for a selection of local assignments in New Hampshire through the CDS process, which allows the federal governing administration to invest in guidelines and programs that supply guidance to Granite Condition communities and assistance transfer our nation ahead. In whole, Shaheen aided secure $68,797,000 for tasks throughout New Hampshire through congressionally directed spending allocations.