Happy Labor Day everyone! Did you know that the first Labor Day holiday was actually celebrated on a Tuesday, September 5, in 1882, in New York City only? The first monday in September was officially adopted in 1884 as a national day to celebrate the "workingmen's holiday", which later became Labor Day in 1885. In observance of this national holiday that is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers, Fisher Heck will be taking the day off and will be back in the office on Tuesday. In addition, we thought this would be a great time to publish some new construction photos of the Good Shepherd Administration Building! Construction is moving right along nicely with a mid December projected finish date. The construction photos can be seen by clicking on the image below. Enjoy!