Topping Out Ceremony for MGH’s Medical Building

[VIDEO] A Topping Out Ceremony for Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics’ Mason Clinic was held Wednesday and MasonWebTV’s Dedrick Allan was there.

Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics held a “Topping Out” Ceremony Wednesday for the Hospital District’s new medical office building to commemorate the completition of the new building’s steel framing.

The Topping Out Ceremony is traditionally held when the last beam is placed atop a structure during construction. MGH staff, leadership team members, Board of Hospital Commissioners and members of the community signed the beam before it was put in place.

MasonWebTV Powered by HCC was on hand for the ceremony that featured brief comments from Gayle Weston, President of the Mason County Public Hospital District No. 1 Commission (the governing body of MGH & FC) and Eric Moll, the Hospital District’s Chief Executive Officer.

During our live stream of the ceremony, we attached a camera to the beam.

The $35 Million, two-story 60,000 square foot building will consolidate services from local practices, increase exam rooms from 71 to 104, and provide easier access to health care services. This project is being funded using revenue bonds.