Project Spotlight: Vanderbilt MOB

Location: Murfreesboro, TN

Customer: Al Neyer

Our Nashville team utilized a stone slinger to place the stone base for a 37,000 square foot slab for the Vanderbilt MOB in Murfreesboro. As our team cast the stem walls in place, the steel contractor had already erected the columns and beams, so the traditional skid steer and dump truck was not an option for the slab stone base placement. To accelerate our customer's schedule while avoiding damages to pipes and the electrical conduit; our team endeavored to explore the option of a stone slinger. With careful management and attention to detail, we placed the required amount of stone (720 tons) within 3 days. This included down time for inclement weather we encountered. Seamless logistics planning with our site superintendent, the Rogers Group Dispatch, and our team led by Bryce Beasley and Aaron Porter, led to the successful placement, which was on budget and delivered 2 weeks ahead of the project schedule.  

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