Hopefully not by the same company Bombardier used for the Flexity streetcars. Last thing we want are for these to be shipped back to be re-weldedForgot which page of this thread it was, but somebody mentioned the steel being fabricated in Mexico and "shipped" (trained?) up here.
I think @Benito is going to have the highest "Reaction Score" to "Messages" ratio of all time in Urbantoronto by the time this project is completed!
Trolling us with good, bird's eye pics from his rooftop perch on landmark projects may have something to do with that. <3
This person has the most epic ratio that I've seen so far.
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Wow I want to cry ha ha ! The bottom section part of this development has a lot of precast slab happening as seen in the photos up above ! Lord knows we need more solid looking podiums ! Huh? This has nothing to do with the street level - the north facade (northern volume, to be more...urbantoronto.ca
Man, I forgot the scale of those columns for a minute until I saw that last Benito picture with the worker standing next to it. Whats the ceiling height on that first floor?