Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine will break ground Monday on an expansion to its Summit Woods Medical Center in Sharonville.
Officials say the expansion will add 40 to 50 jobs to the area.
The project will double the size of Beacon's surgical center and add 11,422 square feet to the existing 80,000-square-foot building.
The groundbreaking is planned for 3 p.m. at the center, with Dr. Kremcheck, Beacon CEO Glen Prasser, Sharonville Mayor Kevin Hardman all in attendance.
Cincinnati-based CORE is leading the expansion project, MSA is the architect and financing will be provided by Fifth Third Bank.
The center is located at 500 E. Business Way, just off East Kemper Road near Reed Hartman Highway.
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