We have four shots for you, times two. The first in each case is where progress was one month ago, at 7 floors, and where it stands now, at 12 floors. That's just slightly over 1 floor a week, and that's the normal rate for typical floors.
From the northwest: September
From the northwest: October
From the southwest: September
From the southwest: October
From the southeast: September
From the southeast: October
From the northeast: September
From the northeast: October
Here's a simplified look at how the stages of a four-to-five day cycle per floor breaks down:
1 — Move fly-forms into place,
2 — Lay out rebar and that will strengthen the floors, and conduits that will run services through the floors,
3 — Pour the concrete,
4 — Disassemble the fly-form components, and start the move to the next floor.
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