The newly constructed 16- story tower for Piedmont Healthcare posed several challenges in the process of completion. The project featured a curved architectural style that implemented a lot of natural glass lighting for the new Marcus Heart and Cardiovascular Center and the Samsky Invasive Cardiovascular Services Center. The lower 10 floors will feature 132 new hospital beds serving Piedmont Hospital’s Buckhead campus with the remaining floors to be added in the next few years. The project was located on a dense, high-traffic site in downtown Atlanta that created delivery challenges and complex installation schedules. Scheduling for the project frequently required multiple workers to labor in multiple locations. Due to the high-rise nature of the project, product delivery required the use of a buck hoist, which limited the speed of product getting to needed locations. During preconstruction, multiple rounds of estimating and preconstruction meetings were required; likewise, extensive shop drawings were needed to help bring the architect’s vision to fruition. Our team partnered with Starnet vendors Mapei for patches and adhesives, Tarkett for cove base and LVT, and Armstrong for sheet vinyl, LVP, VCT and wood.