The steel might go up fast, but the rough-in takes forever because there's so much infrastructure in the building. Ordinary towers don't need plumbing in every room, let alone oxygen lines!The two cranes probably allow a speedier build. Boston has gone crane crazy. Some sites are lifting steel two at a time. I've seen two girders being lifted in the air, one half-way up and the other at the bottom. A new technique, I guess. Maine Med will go up relatively fast. After all, it's about human health.
Have you suggested to them that this could be incorporated into their marketing efforts? Every MaineBiz email I open has their banner ad: Building Maine's Tallest Building! They could add Click Here to Watch!I keep asking but not getting much from Landry French. Getting the sense they aren't keen on the idea. I'll ask again! ~C