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    Toronto CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Thanks and No Problem! here’s a few more behind the scenes
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    Toronto CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Needs a good clean lower down but it’s nice and shiny up top. We’ve been gentle with it!
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    Toronto CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Good shots! We’ll try and work a little quicker today 😉
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    Two people tried to go through the same section of the revolving door at once, and when it got stuck, pushed too hard.
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    What it sits on doesn't really define what type of machine it is. Depending on how the weather cooperates it should take 1-2 weeks to climb the tower crane down and then a day or two to dismantle it.
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    The crane at L will be dismantled in the same fashion as the 2nd at bay Adelaide. The Derrick is being installed to install the BMU once its finished.
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    The Derrick is a 35ton machine (it won't be reeved with all its parts of line in this installation) but the tower crane is an 8/16ton machine and due to the height of L-tower, there's only enough capacity on the hoist drum for 2 parts of cable, limiting it to 8ton
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    It's really the only option at this point, the building maintenance unit was built in pieces that are heavier than the tower crane can lift
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    Toronto L-Tower | 204.82m | 58s | Cityzen | Daniel Libeskind

    The plan is to use the building maintenance unit to remove the Derrick and platform

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