Monday, July 11, 2022

Two cranes, coming right up

At the Sherwin-Williams’ headquarters construction site, a mobile crane
at right helps construct the base of the tower crane at center so the new
skyscraper can grow to nearly as tall as the 658-foot-tall 200 Public
Square at left. In the middle of it, the Grande Dame of Cleveland
skyscrapers, Terminal Tower, watches over it all (KJP).

While work has started on installing the tower crane at Sherwin-Williams’ (SHW) headquarters construction site, the timetable has been set for the next crane to rise in downtown Cleveland. That second crane will appear at the work site for the City Club Apartments near the end of August, according a spokesman for Cleveland Construction Inc. Tower cranes are considered by some to be a visual indicator of a city’s economic growth.


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