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

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The entire form of the core is now showing the size of this building from this view:

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Freaky Fordy Friday

Westside Story: The jumpform rig has risen to the next level and the top is now approximately the same level as the trainshed roof. The jumpform will have three levels as seen by the additional panels being attached on the east side of the jumpform. An additional section has been added to, but separate from the north of the jumpform. I believe this will be a floating articulated concrete-pump machine as the present articulated concrete pump machine at the north-west corner of the core is being dismantled

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The work on the core continues from inside the jumpform, the exterior forms rose earlier in the week and now, pre-assembled rebar sections are dropped into the space where the core will eventually be formed with concrete. Voids in the final wall have been formed by carpenters in what appears to be masonite covered plywood. It will be interesting to see if these pre-formed voids will float with the forms as the exterior forms rise to the next level

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Eastside Story: They are continuing to work on completing P1, and you can see they are presently pouring the next section of P1 east of Crane#3. On the ground level in the centre north of the photo you may be able to make-out a semi-circular row of extending rebar, which represents the beginning of the bus ramp up to level 02

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Freaky Fordy Friday

Westside Story: The jumpform rig has risen to the next level and the top is now approximately the same level as the trainshed roof. The jumpform will have three levels as seen by the additional panels being attached on the east side of the jumpform. An additional section has been added to, but separate from the north of the jumpform. I believe this will be a floating articulated concrete-pump machine as the present articulated concrete pump machine at the north-west corner of the core is being dismantled

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The work on the core continues from inside the jumpform, the exterior forms rose earlier in the week and now, pre-assembled rebar sections are dropped into the space where the core will eventually be formed with concrete. Voids in the final wall have been formed by carpenters in what appears to be masonite covered plywood. It will be interesting to see if these pre-formed voids will float with the forms as the exterior forms rise to the next level

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Eastside Story: They are continuing to work on completing P1, and you can see they are presently pouring the next section of P1 east of Crane#3. On the ground level in the centre north of the photo you may be able to make-out a semi-circular row of extending rebar, which represents the beginning of the bus ramp up to level 02

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