#### The Preservationist

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That's 6 working days a floor. For a concrete high rise structure, a decent pace.

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- Thread starter urbandreamer
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That's 6 working days a floor. For a concrete high rise structure, a decent pace.

Since the mechanical levels (17&18) I have them averaging 8 days for the slabs and 4 days for the walls, and they've definitely been starting to pick up the pace...That's 6 working days a floor. For a concrete high rise structure, a decent pace.

Today.

Rough math says it should top out in roughly 1.5 years, that make sense?That's 6 working days a floor. For a concrete high rise structure, a decent pace.

Rough math says it should top out in roughly 1.5 years, that make sense?

Mechanical sections take much longer to build and there are at least 3 more to go (2 floors each) . Furthermore, it is still not known what the ultimate floor count will be depending on the appeal process and so it is hard to arrive at a single estimate.

12 days per floor (slab+walls) and at least double that for the mechanical and transitional floors before and after them makes it more like December 2025 by my calcs. Any 1 day improvement per floor is worth about 2 months assuming 60 floors to go…Rough math says it should top out in roughly 1.5 years, that make sense?

It seems to take 10 calendar days per floor, which includes the walls. I calculate between 1.6 to 2 years to top it up.12 days per floor (slab+walls) and at least double that for the mechanical and transitional floors before and after them makes it more like December 2025 by my calcs. Any 1 day improvement per floor is worth about 2 months assuming 60 floors to go…

From today

I’ll take the over…It seems to take 10 calendar days per floor, which includes the walls. I calculate between 1.6 to 2 years to top it up.

I’ll take the over…

Though they have been achieving 8-10 calendar days /full floor cycles, inevitably the pace will slow down during the winter, add holidays, the fact that the mechanical sections take a month to construct and you get 49*1.5+3*4+2 and you get about 88 weeks (assuming only 85 floors) or 20 months and you arrive at Feb 2025. If they get their 94 floors, add 3 months.

I think it’s fantastic that we get such frequent and up close documentation of the rise of this building, I will continue to enjoy it no matter how long it takes.Though they have been achieving 8-10 calendar days /full floor cycles, inevitably the pace will slow down during the winter, add holidays, the fact that the mechanical sections take a month to construct and you get 49*1.5+3*4+2 and you get about 88 weeks (assuming only 85 floors) or 20 months and you arrive at Feb 2025. If they get their 94 floors, add 3 months.

Today.

6.6.2023

The smoke cleared up for nice evening pics:

The smoke cleared up for nice evening pics: