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This was Selvaggio Steel's first major design/build medical project, and was completed during a steel shortage. All steel was on allocation and project was completed within a year thanks to the strong relationships Selvaggio has built and maintained with its steel suppliers.
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One of many projects on the Memorial campus was the creation of a new emergency and ambulance entrance. This structure helps increase efficiency in the emergency center and make sure patients receive care quickly and effectively.
The fourth expansion at this campus since 1952, this project included Selvaggio Steel in the remodeling of the East Building, the creation of a new West Building, and a walkway connecting the two over 6th street, complimenting an all-glass facade.
The Selvaggio Steel team was responsible for building the structure for the new surgical tower on St. John’s main campus. This project was one of many completed by Selvaggio Steel on the hospital's campus.
Selvaggio Steel helped with the expansion of this Jacksonville-area hospital during construction of a new medical office building on the main campus.
This was the popular “Pink Steel” project whose bright pink beams commemorated Breast Cancer Awareness month. More than two million pounds of steel were fabricated and coated in pink for the project, and hundreds of community members and cancer survivors attended the unveiling in October 2012.