Affiliate members of the Northwest Ohio Building Trades were selected to complete a major construction project to transform downtown Toledo and help make the area more vibrant.
The new $60 million ProMedica project, located on the banks of the Maumee River, will relocate northwest Ohio’s largest medical system headquarters to downtown Toledo’s waterfront.
Construction crews from a number of our affiliated trades are working to build a new parking garage on Promenade Park, rehab and expand the Steam Plant and remodel The Junction.
Site preparation and demo work began at the beginning of this year, and work has progressed since then. The project is slated for completion in 2017.
Local Contractor Rudolph Libbe is the project construction manager.
ProMedica is relying on the highly-trained and highly-skilled members of the Northwest Ohio Building and Construction Trades to efficiently and safely construct their new downtown headquarters.
When finished, the rehabbed buildings will signal another positive change for downtown Toledo and will consolidate more than 700 ProMedica employees on one campus.
According to their website, ProMedica has incorporated a goal to engage minority-, veteran- and women-owned businesses in at least 15 percent of all contract and subcontract work related to the headquarters construction.
Through their continued commitment to maintaining a diversified membership, the Northwest Ohio Building Trades are proud to supply highly-skilled journeymen and apprentices to this project and help ProMedica reach their minority, veteran and gender hiring goals.