Construction Update: May 13, 2019

May 13, 2019


  • Detailed stair no. 2. Shipped, staged and installed screen wall steel.
  • Continued electrical overhead and in-wall rough-in on the first and third floors. Continued underground feed for the generator power.
  • Installed wall and overhead rough-in on the first, second and third floors. Worked on rain leaders and wet columns.
  • Continued layout and installation of the high-pressure duct on the first and third floors.
  • Worked on mechanical chases, RTUs and fourth-floor main duct.
  • Continued interior wall layout, erection of studs and installation of door frames on the first, third and fourth floors. Continued layout of the fourth floor.
  • Continued spray foam insulation on the exterior wall.
  • Continued fireproofing the west and east half steel.
  • Continued caulking between the precast.
  • Continued installation of windows and window frames.
  • Mobilized roofing contractor and began prep work on the roof.
  • Began excavation for the dumpster pad footings.


  • The concrete that has been installed on the job site so far comes out to be approximately 2,500 cubic yards. One cubic yard of concrete weighs around 4,050 pounds, which means the total weight of concrete installed on the job site is roughly 10,125,000 pounds. This is enough concrete to fill nearly 17 swimming pools, depending on the size.
  • Once the job is complete, the electrical contractor (Gephart) will have installed approximately 500,000 linear feet of wire and 100,000 linear feet of conduit. Together, this is enough to cover more than 113 miles, which is enough to run from the existing Campbell Clinic all the way to the Pickwick Dam.

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