Gaylord has mapped out $10 million in modernizing improvements to 100 inpatient rooms located on four floors in its Lyman and Hooker wings. Work on the first floor of Lyman began in March and is expected to wrap in October. Next up will be the first floor of Hooker, which is expected to take until April. Branford’s O,R&L Construction is the main contractor for the project. As of right now, redoing two floors will exhaust Gaylord’s budget. Since last year, the hospital has raised $5.3 million toward the $10 million price tag, mostly from private donors, with an $890,000 assist from the Governor’s Nonprofit Grant Program.