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The Replacement Medical Center work continues on 11 simultaneous buildings & structures! But along with the construction activities, we’ve been holding a series of user group meetings to make sure we open with the best possible facility. Vendor Fairs have also been conducted for Operating Room integration, patient interactive entertainment & education, anesthesia machines, and defibrillators. We’ll continue to do both sets of operations for the next few months.

  • We’ve placed 2,126 Precast Concrete pieces, which is 88% of the total needed.
  • 8,366 tons of Structural Steel has been placed on the project – that puts us at 96% complete!
  • Parking Visitor North structure is 75% complete.
  • Overall construction completion is now over 55%!


We had a delayed start to the construction of the Lamar clinic, so we’re trying to work hard and get it open by late October. First step was to get the “Movie Gallery” sign off the front of the building!

  • Interior framing and drywall have been completed, and interior painting is done.
  • HVAC and Electrical systems are 100% complete.
  • All doors have been hung. Bathroom tile work is also complete.
  • Exterior painting and signage begins very soon.
  • Overall completion percentage is now at 75%.

We are not going to give any tours of the clinic until completion of construction – please respect the contractors who are working on-site and do not attempt to enter the site or ask to “look in.”