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July 2021

Saturday Work 7/31

Saturday Work 7/31

Crews will be onsite Saturday, July 31 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. stripping foundation forms, which is similar to the work that was done last Saturday.

Deep foundation, pile cap and grade beam installation is ongoing and will continue for approximately two more weeks. Excavation and grading work are happening at the same time as the deep foundation installations.

The Tower Crane will be lifting stub columns onto the second and third floor roofs.

Typical levels of construction noise and vibrations are expected with all of these activities. For the deep foundation work, any possible vibrations will be monitored by a third party testing agency.

Construction on Saturday 7/24

Construction on Saturday 7/24

Crews will be onsite Saturday, July 24 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. stripping foundation forms, which is similar to the work that was done last Saturday. Tower crane construction may also be occurring on Saturday.

Deep foundation, pile cap and grade beam installation is ongoing and will continue for approximately three more weeks. Excavation and grading work are happening at the same time as the deep foundation installations.

The Mt. Vernon Rd. closure between Rockingham and Bellevue will begin on Friday, 7/23 and last for about a week. This temporary road closure is necessary so materials and a small crane can be staged in the area to build a large crane on the hospital campus, which will be used to erect the patient tower. 

Typical levels of construction noise and vibrations are expected with all of these activities. For the deep foundation work, any possible vibrations will be monitored by a third party testing agency.

Work on Saturday, 7/17

Work on Saturday, 7/17

Crews will be onsite Saturday, July 17 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. stripping foundation forms, which is similar to the work that has occurred during this week.

Deep foundation, pile cap and grade beam installation is ongoing and will continue for approximately 7 weeks. Excavation and grading work are happening at the same time as the deep foundation installations.

Mt. Vernon Avenue will be closed to public traffic between Rockingham Street and Bellevue Drive for one week starting Friday, July 23. This temporary road closure is necessary so materials and a small crane can be staged in the area to build a large crane on the hospital campus, which will be used to erect the patient tower. A flagger will be on hand to direct traffic and help neighbors access their driveways during the temporary road closure. Letters have been sent to residences between Rockingham and Bellevue to notify them in advance of the temporary road closure.

Construction of the ramped section of the South Access Drive to connect to Mt. Vernon is anticipated to start in late July, early August.  Fill material will be placed in “lifts” and compacted until the final grade height is reached.

Typical levels of construction noise and vibrations are expected with all of these activities. For the deep foundation work, any possible vibrations will be monitored by a third party testing agency.

Saturday Work 7/10

Saturday Work 7/10

Crews will be doing foundation drilling work on Saturday, July 10 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the temporary canyon area between the current south wing and the south addition.

Deep foundation, pile cap and grade beam installation is ongoing and will continue for approximately 7 weeks. Excavation and grading work are happening at the same time as the deep foundation installations.

South Building roofing work has been delayed but will continue shortly.

Typical levels of construction noise and vibrations are expected with all of these activities. For the deep foundation work, any possible vibrations will be monitored by a third party testing agency.

No Work July 4th Weekend

No Work July 4th Weekend

There will be no construction work this weekend or on Monday, July 5.

Deep foundation, pile cap and grade beam installation will continue on the project for approximately 9 weeks. Excavation and grading work will happen at the same time as the deep foundation installations.

South Building roofing work has resumed and will continue for the next few weeks.

Typical levels of construction noise and vibrations are expected with all of these activities. For the micropile and deep foundation work, any possible vibrations will be monitored by a third party testing agency.