Weekly Construction Update: October 28, 2019

October 28, 2019


  • Continued electrical rough-in on the first and fourth floors. 
  • Continued installing overhead lights and trim-out on first and fourth floors.
  • Continued wiring transformers in electrical rooms. 
  • Continued working on underground site electrical. 
  • Installed light poles.
  • Continued installing plumbing overhead on fourth floor. 
  • Continued installing plumbing fixtures throughout building. 
  • Continued installation of med-gas booms in the operation rooms.
  • Continued installing grilles throughout building. 
  • Continued testing and balancing on the first and third floors.
  • Continued hanging ACM panels on the south and north canopies.
  • Continued working in the fire pump room.
  • Installed flooring on the first and fourth floors. 
  • Installed rubber base.
  • Installed wall protection on first and fourth floors. 
  • Installed front lobby tile on first floor.
  • Continued installation of exterior turf area fence.
  • Installed ceiling tile on the first and fourth floors.
  • Continued installation of north and south elevators.
  • Continued installing wire for the security camera and control systems on the first floor.
  • Continued painting on the fourth floor. 
  • Touched up paint on the first and third floors.
  • Continued installing millwork on the first and fourth floors. 
  • Installed solid surface tops on the fourth floor.
  • Continued installing Mid-South imaging in the RAD rooms.
  • Continued installing Steris in the operation rooms. 
  • Installed booms in operation rooms.
  • Continued site landscaping.
  • Continued final paving and striping of the parking lots.
  • Continued addressing owner punch list items.


  • With the elevation of the roof sitting just over 60 feet from ground level, when on the roof one could see about nine miles.
  • The new Campbell Clinic building will not only have patients from all over the world, it will also be full of products from all over the world. For example, the tiling that will be at the front entrance on the first floor came from Italy. The nana wall system that will be installed in the sports performance area is being shipped in from Germany.
  • On the entire job, there will be 34,000 pounds of ACM (metal panels on the canopies and balconies) when they’re done installing all the panels. This is the equivalent to them hanging almost six 2019 Ford F-150’s on the canopies and balconies.

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