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Underground concrete work has started at St. Luke’s Children’s Pavilion (access required)

After months of excavating and shoring to create a 36-foot-deep hole at Avenue B and Jefferson Street, St. Luke’s Children’s Pavilion construction shifted in July to the big concrete pour. About 180 truckloads of concrete were poured through a four-inch concrete rubber hose into the hole over a 10-hour span to create half the slab for ...

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