[Editor's Note: The following information was provided by SKANSKA.]
The topping out celebration for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) San Carlos Center will be held Friday, Feb. 1 at noon. During the celebration, the crew will sign and install the last steel I-beam as part of the topping out of the structure.
PAMF’s San Carlos Center, located at 301 Industrical Rd., will be a state-of–the-art, full service medical center with 75 physicians (with future capacity to house 120 physicians) providing a range of primary and specialty care services, an Urgent Care Center, an outpatient surgery center, and complete laboratory and diagnostic imaging departments. The project includes a 1,155-space, four-level parking structure.
With approximately 100 workers onsite daily and 50,000 man hours invested in the project, structural progress is impressive. Steel work on the bridge and “hub” that will eventually connect the medical center with the hospital and surgery center is underway. Retaining walls for the parking structure are being built in preparation for the foundation pouring.
To view the live onsite webcam, visit http://oxblue.com/open/skanska/pamfsancarlos.