It's usually the large projects that get the press. But small projects can make a big difference. The renovated kitchen at the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital is one such example and it also has a particularly special connection for us, as the building was designed back in the early '80s by Yearwood & Johnson, JJCA founder Ed Johnson's firm at the time. This $1.7 million project provides a 2,961 square-foot kitchen/cafeteria finish and equipment upgrade that will allow Vanderbilt to vastly expand the menu options to include healthier food choices and serve them in a nicely updated space. This is the second project we've done at the hospital since 2017, allowing us to make small improvements to help maintain this building that has a special place in our hearts.