Construction Update

With the majority of steel erection now complete, the focus has shifted to enclosing the building.  Exterior wall framing and roofing are all tasks that need to be complete before the building is considered enclosed.  The exterior wall framing has already begun; roofing work will begin in February and continue to the beginning of March. Thank you again to Market & Johnson for the bird’s eye view of the building.



Waiting on Steel

The dirt has been moved and footings are in place. We now patiently await the delivery of the steel beams. In the video below, you can slightly see the shape of the new building and the exact location on the lot. To put it into perspective, the curved area on the right will be the new front entrance facing Hwy 35. A special thank you to our builder, Market & Johnson, for the great drone video.

The Old Webster School

Webster has a rich history and within that history is a school that was erected in 1921. The school was then abandoned for a new school with modern technologies, new classrooms and sports facilities. In the demolition of the old school, SCRMC wanted to ensure that we kept a piece of that history and will be incorporating a few of these pieces into the new building.

Original Boiler Gauge

Wood Beam from Gym

Groundbreaking October 2017

After nearly two years of planning, the ground breaking ceremony for the new Webster Health Center was held on October 3. The new Webster Health Center will be located on Hwy 35.  The health center will provide medical, dental, physical rehabilitation, counseling and wellness services. The center also contains a community meeting space.

Webster Health Center is designed as a 23,000 square foot, one-story building with 16 exam rooms including two procedure rooms, a dental office, space for community classes and a fitness center adjacent to psychical rehabilitation.

“There are many changes taking place in the health care industry. This new center will enable us to prepare for the future needs of the community by expanding access to quality care in a modern facility with the latest equipment and technology,” said Dave Dobosenski, SCRMC CEO.