Wow that is crazy.And by this week I mean....today! I perhaps may be a floor off but the reality is these are meant to be used as more of a "here's more or less what's left" and "here's how long that's taken". Life is busy so details may be missed but will mean I can get more diagrams out. If you have any concerns you can take it up with my new manager, Mrs. Contra
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Wow that is crazy.
Empire state building started construction in March 1930 and was opened in May 1931. And from March 2021 till May 2022, they only went up by a few stories.
And how many workers were killed
or injured during its construction?
5 were officially confirmed, though at least 14 were rumoured.
I don't think there is an official answer for this.......but lots.
What would really boggle the mind though is the crew size.........
On a peak-day, the ESB had 3,000 workers on-site, at the same time!
I'm not sure what 'The One' is at.......but on most hirise sites in Toronto its rare to see a crew above 25 with any regularity; though peak crews can be much larger.
25 per trade, maybe. A typical high rise has probably got a couple hundred guys on site