Vision Northland construction nears halfway point

Wednesday, September 01, 2021

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As Essentia Health's Vision Northland project nears its second year of construction in Duluth, cranes are at their maximum height as the structural steel and decking of the final floors of the hospital tower come together.

The $900 million project to build a replacement for St. Mary’s Medical Center and clinic is very close to 50% completion, said Phil Johnson, project manager for McGough Construction. Vision Northland, which is Duluth’s largest-ever private investment, broke ground Sept. 11, 2019. Since then, more than 800,000 hours of work have been invested in the project. Construction is on schedule and within the budget.

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