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Once the core is topped out they will take this away and install a smaller crane on the roof to finish everything off. This is then dismantled with a smaller crane and that is then taken down the lift.
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Because...the crane erected in the core will be removed before the building tops out, and replaced with a flat top hammerhead that will be mounted on one of the buildings setbacks, as was done with Vision??? Do I get a tick?? :D


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Because...the crane erected in the core will be removed before the building tops out, and replaced with a flat top hammerhead that will be mounted on one of the buildings setbacks, as was done with Vision??? Do I get a tick?? :D


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Tier 1 adds little to no Value in these forums apart from being a smart ass
My oh my Skyrise!
Indeed, you should be required to wash your mouth (pen) out.

Tier1 is not at all a 'smart ass' as you suggest.

His adopted duty on this Forum is not only restricted to, but includes, the provision of judicial finality to the plethora of Engineering, Planning and Legislative related questions that arise on very regular occasion here.

The fact that he is capable of providing such direction, as concisely as he does, is a credit to his wealth of industry-related knowledge and construction expertise.

It should also be noted that his communication methodology adds to the 'theatre' of the Forum, and I for one, welcome and appreciate his contribution. :cheers:
 

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My oh my Skyrise!
Indeed, you should be required to wash your mouth (pen) out.

Tier1 is not at all a 'smart ass' as you suggest.

His adopted duty on this Forum is not only restricted to, but includes, the provision of judicial finality to the plethora of Engineering, Planning and Legislative related questions that arise on very regular occasion here.

The fact that he is capable of providing such direction, as concisely as he does, is a credit to his wealth of industry-related knowledge and construction expertise.

It should also be noted that his communication methodology adds to the 'theatre' of the Forum, and I for one, welcome and appreciate his contribution. :cheers:


I would like to add Tier1 is not my multi...I repeat, Tier1 is not my multi !
I understand similar style and direction may infer collaboration but it is a furphy !
 

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Tier 1 adds little to no Value in these forums apart from being a smart ass
Tier1 absolutely is a great contributor to these forums.
I also value your contributions too, and _mark, and PaPa, and A-brain, etc etc

Tier1 has his own style. There is no need to be negative to a valued fellow forum member.

Let's not forget it was Tier1 who was the first to report the lift in PANS-OPS. A huge scoop. Tier1, please keep doing what you do.
 

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Yes, I like Tier 1's touch of theater.. and he almost always gets it right, I can't think of when he's ever been wrong. I sometimes imagine he has access to some highly reliable but sensitive source and is risking his safety with each tick or cross.

Then you get some awkward first time encounters like this...

Not sure what that means....

You can have temp access in to PansOps for a crane. Doing on two other projects in melbourne.

Perhaps you are marking my English writing skills
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This is moving at a glacial pace it feels. No wonder I have a 2019 time frame to get my place. I feel like my wife and I won't truly get in until 2020 at this rate. Can someone who may be in the construction/engineering business enlighten me as to what would actually be taking place at this stage? Why from the images, is it seeming to be going so slow? As far as I'm aware, there shouldn't be any major public holidays until Xmas and new years. Warmer days from now on. All the time for movement, correct?
Things are going at a slow place as work is dry now people from I&D, Form700 etc all the big name have got there ass kicked and they don't have much employee at the moment as there is not enough working going on at the moment for them to pay there employee they have quiet a few project starting up at the end of this year and start of next year and are hopefully looking to start employing people next year so hopefully around february march next year things will start too really pick and make significant progress
 

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Things are going at a slow place as work is dry now people from I&D, Form700 etc all the big name have got there ass kicked and they don't have much employee at the moment as there is not enough working going on at the moment for them to pay there employee they have quiet a few project starting up at the end of this year and start of next year and are hopefully looking to start employing people next year so hopefully around february march next year things will start too really pick and make significant progress
I don't get it. Is there some sort of industrial action taking place between someone?
 
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