15 December Trinity Fabricators of Green Cove Springs Produces Steel for Baptist M.D. Anderson Cancer Center December 15, 2016 By Laura Pavlus General, News economic development, capital investment, manufacturing 0 A Green Cove Springs company is playing a key role in helping construct a $150 million building on the Southbank in Jacksonville. Clay Today - December 15, 2017 - Read full article here Baptist Health has contracted with Green Cove Springs company Trinity Fabricators to produce the steel that will be used to build the nine-story Baptist M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Each beam weighs 22,000 pounds each and will be visible locally as the company begins hauling the pieces northward on U.S. Highway 17. They are scheduled to begin installing the pieces on Dec. 19, according to one Trinity official. The building will take up a two-block section across San Marco Boulevard from the four-story, 100,000-square-foot building that has housed Baptist MD Anderson since last October. Officials broke ground on the center last June and have been building the massive project since. It is scheduled to be completed in 2018. While there is no word on how much the sell was worth to Trinity Fabricators or how many jobs the project may have created locally, records show Trinity has 35 employees. Related Orange Park Medical Center Opens Level II Trauma Center Orange Park Medical Center opened its long-sought trauma center after receiving provisional status from the Florida Department of Health. For now, it’s the second trauma center serving the Northeast Florida region of Clay, Duval, Nassau, Baker and St. Johns counties. UF Health Jacksonville has a Level I trauma center serving the region. Green Cove Springs Shopping Center Sold for $5.8M Magnolia Associates LLC, based in New Jersey, sold the center for $5.8 million to 1305 North Orange Ave. Holdings LLC, which is named after the shopping center’s address. The property has an 8.2 percent capitalization rate. Florida's Fastest-Growing Natural Gas Supplier is Coming to Green Cove Springs After more than a year of negotiations and discussions, one of Florida's fastest-growing natural gas suppliers is ready to lay pipe here. Green Cove Springs on the Verge of Boom Officials in Green Cove Springs are encouraged by the recent news that Vallencourt Construction Co. will move its headquarters to the old Ace Hardware in the city’s downtown from its former location at 1701 Blanding Blvd. north of Middleburg, shown here. Budding Theatre Company Vying to Purchase Idle Clay Theatre in Green Cove Springs Elaine Smith wants to transform the renowned Clay Theatre in Green Cove Springs, FL into a venue for actors, playwrights and artists of all kinds. She just has to raise $350,000. Brass Tacks Coffee Company of Green Cove Springs Expands Brass Tacks Coffee Company of Green Cove Springs opens Jacksonville location. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.