Aetna letters just about down from building at 841 Prudential Drive.
One Call Care Management plans a mid-February event for its new signage on the 22-story Eight Forty One building on the Southbank, a company spokeswoman said.
The Aetna sign is just about down to make space for it.
Aetna Inc., an insurance company, vacated 165,000 square feet at the building for a move to Gramercy Woods at 9000 Southside Blvd.
In November, One Call Care Management was cleared to post signage as the anchor tenant on the former Aetna Building at 841 Prudential Drive.
Ferrin Signs Inc. is the contractor to put up “One Call” and the logo on the upper east and west sides of the tower at a project cost of $232,300.
One Call, a provider of workers’ compensation care management services, has been leasing 120,000 square feet in the Aetna Building and is adding more, including two former Aetna floors, as it relocates suburban staff into the Southbank building.
It will lease almost 182,000 square feet and expand its workforce at the tower to about 1,200 employees.
Baptist Health also is a tenant at the building and has tower top signage on the north and south elevations.
The tower has 19 tenant floors and rentable space of 509,973 square feet. While anchored by One Call, the building will be called Eight Forty One.
The building was developed in 1955 for Prudential Insurance Co., which now occupies a nearby structure built in 1985.