Dec 17, 2018 | Project Updates

Construction Progress at Summit Health: Framing the Structure


Construction is moving along nicely on the new Summit Health Medical Office Building in Greencastle, PA. Since breaking ground in May, the foundation and steel-frame structure of the three-story, 45,000 SF building is now in place. Construction will continue to include light-gage metal exterior walls and a roof structure consisting of structural steel and steel open-web joists sloped to interior roof drains.

When completed, the Summit Health Medical Office Building will provide urgent care, primary care and specialty care, as well as occupational health and behavioral health services to the Greencastle community. Click here to learn more about the Summit Health Medical project and to see renderings of the final design.


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