Jim Mahar of Andersen Construction takes us into the middle of the first big concrete pour at Asante Rogue Regional’s 323,600-square-foot patient pavilion.
Philanthropists Mary and Dick Heimann, co-founder of Lithia Motors, gave $5 million to complete the regional cancer center, which brings advanced treatment to patients close to home.
Ashland-area patients on the blood-thinner warfarin can now get their medication monitored closer to home.
The crane supporting ARRMC’s “big build” of the new patient pavilion sustained heavy winds during last month’s storms, but on calm nights its colored lights serve as a beacon for Asante’s growth.
Maxim Crane Works crews erected a 205-foot crane in driving rain earlier this week at the construction site for Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center’s new pavilion. This sped-up video shows them raising the cab to sit on the crane at 165 feet.