Cranes removed at Grandview Medical Center

Progress continues at Grandview Medical Center on U.S. 280 as two large tower cranes were recently removed from the construction site. (Contributed)

Progress continues at Grandview Medical Center on U.S. 280 as two large tower cranes were recently removed from the construction site. (Contributed)

FROM STAFF REPORTS

Progress continues on the Grandview Health campus. After one year and seven months, the last two large cranes have been removed. This is another milestone in the project that began in December 2013.

The removal of the two tower cranes signifies the completion of the skin activities and the dry-in of the Professional Office Building to facilitate the ongoing interior build-outs.

Trinity Medical Center will relocate to Grandview Medical Center this coming October.

The campus is located near the Cahaba River on U.S. 280. It will include a hospital, medical office building and a parking deck connecting the two facilities.

The 1 million square-foot hospital will have 372 beds and 30 operating rooms. Grandview Medical Center will offer guests ease of access to the hospital, diagnostic services and emergency services. The hospital will also feature large, comfortable patient rooms with beautiful views and natural light.