Mayo Clinic Jacksonville starts foundation work on a new oncology building
The city issued has a permit for the three-story facility, which will include proton beam and carbon ion treatment rooms, exam areas and more.
The city of Jacksonville has issued a construction permit for the $76.27 million foundation and shell of the $233 million Mayo Clinic integrated oncology building.
The Robins & Morton Group of Orlando is the contractor and Perkins & Will of Atlanta is the architect. Prosser Inc. is the civil engineer.
Site work has been underway at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville campus. Completion is expected in early 2025.