Construction work continues at the Circuit of the Americas, although there was one setback this week with one of the workers injured.
A track spokeswoman confirmed the worker was injured Tuesday afternoon while using an earth compacting machine. He remains hospitalized, but his condition has stabilized and he appears to be improving. The spokeswoman said an investigation is ongoing, with no further information regarding the worker available at this time.
Since the track's last update on Feb. 9, it now anticipates the arrival of structural steel for the grandstand in the next two weeks. The other main task is beginning the process of spreading top soil and planting grass for landscaping of parking lots.
Scott Kahler, a spokesman for the track's construction company, said the schedule remains on target. The pit building and media center are nearing the completion of their exterior walls.