As usual, there was plenty of activity at the site of our new building this week. And we’re pleased to report that, as of today, the structural skeleton of our building is more than 90% complete! That means crews can work on pouring concrete for the 4th and 5th floors, along with the ceiling deck. Concrete for the 3rd floor hasn’t been poured yet—crews will first need to install important wiring needed for our Center for Gait and Motion Analysis, which will move across the street when the new building opens.
In this photo, taken today, you’ll notice the 4th floor, 5th floor, and ceiling deck — all poured concrete supported by steel beams:
Here’s a view from below, looking up at Margaret Perryman’s former office. Behind the wall, crews are busy preparing to link the skyway up with the hospital. Check back next week to see a beautiful mural that will block her office space from view until the skyway connection is completed.
And last but not least, here’s a skyway view from the other end. The skyway itself is 165 feet across!