On Friday, March 29, a “Who’s Who” of Cincinnati’s Major League Baseball history attended the eagerly anticipated Hall of Fame ribbon cutting. HGC was the general contractor for the extensive renovations performed on the Hall of Fame and Museum. Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, Reds CEO Bob Castellini, Cincinnati mayor John Cranley, Hamilton County commissioner Denise Driehaus and Reds Hall of Fame executive director Rick Walls all spoke at the event. George Grande, former Reds broadcaster, served as the emcee. Several Reds Hall of Famers were also in attendance, including Joe Morgan, Tommy Helms, Leo Cardenas and “Mr. Perfect” Tom Browning. See the full slideshow of the Hall of Fame and Museum. After words from special guests, a ceremonial ribbon cutting occurred and then VIP and media received a sneak peak of the Hall. The doors were then opened to the public at 1:50 p.m. to commemorate the team’s 150th anniversary this season. HGC has been a long-time partner of the Castellini family, working in the Great American Ball Park for nearly a decade. This was an incredible high-profile project with a tight schedule, and the team is proud to showcase the final product. Check out other Reds projects by HGC.