A significant milestone in many projects is when the time comes to hoist the last piece of structural steel to the top of a building’s structure. That time recently arrived at the project site for the new Highlands Oncology Group clinic and office building, located in what is rapidly becoming the I-49 healthcare corridor in Springdale, Arkansas.
Highlands Oncology Group medical professionals and staff, along with members of the project team and invited guests, signed the last piece of steel and then enjoyed a catered lunch as the piece of steel was hoisted to the top of the five-story structure and fastened into place. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2020 and will allow the Highlands Oncology Group to expand their capacity to provide hope and healing to the residents of Northwest Arkansas and the surrounding region.
A significant milestone in many projects is when the time comes to hoist the last piece of structural steel to the top of a building’s structure.
A “wall-breaking” ceremony was recently held at the Siloam Springs Fire Station No. 2, located in downtown Siloam Springs.