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Starlight drivein screen demo

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by Ronsii, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. CM1995

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    Looks like a tilt-up project.
     
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    Kinda what I was thinking the other morning when I saw the crane and type of rigging :) It just seems to have slowed down to a crawl.... usually they put these tiltup warehouse projects up like cel towers!!! Fast!!!!! but who knows??? I see most of them in easier counties to deal with ;)
     
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    The panels have to cure so many days before they can lift and set them. They might have had a few weak cylinder breaks or something. Who knows?
     
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    Ok, we got walls!!! and about time if I do say so ;)

    It now officially looks like a regular warehouse :)
    They also put in new curb an gutter on the north border road and already redid the asphalt!
    starlight-N-curbgutter.jpg
    Northwest corner looking southeast
    starlight-N-n-w-walls.jpg
    starlight-N-westwall.jpg North face of the building, looks like they got plenty of extra fill for the planters and whatnot.
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    North face again looking west. starlight-N-northwall2.jpg

    East face of building.
    starlight-E-eastwall.jpg South face of building.
    starlight-E-southwall.jpg East face of building.
    starlight-E-eastwall2.jpg