Officials and stakeholders sign a construction beam used in the $16 million athletics and health complex expected to open in 2022 spanning parts of Coraopolis and Robinson.
After delays stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, construction is forging ahead on a state of the art soccer and health complex at a site spanning parts of Robinson and Coraopolis.
Local officials and stakeholders gathered at the site for a beam-raising ceremony Sept. 17, etching their names into the iron construction beams. The $16 million facility is a joint venture of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and the Allegheny Health Network, combining high-athletic amenities with niche health services.
Construction is expected to reach completion by 2022.