Looking up at the CIBC SQUARE North Tower, currently under construction in Downtown Toronto, the view from the south side as in this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor mburrrrr, shows a progression from top to bottom, the time spent on the building being presented in layers of accreted work. Up top, the crane presides over the Auto Climbing System forms used to create the central elevator core of the building. Some dozen levels below, steel framing is being for the floors (you can gradually see more components in place on successively lower sections), followed by a weather protection system behind which concrete work is taking place, the result of which you can see on the levels below the weather protection. Finally, the glass exterior is now in place over the first four floors of office space.

Looking up at the CIBC SQUARE North Tower under construction in Toronto, one can see a layered progression of work, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor mburrrrr

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