|45-Day Outlook||Over the next 45-days, the building's concrete structure will be complete. This work requires cement trucks to enter the site daily. Exterior sheathing and insulation will start on the building's west elevation. Unfortunately, due to the City's continued closure of Division Street, we need to enter the construction site off of State Parkway.
In late June, a hoist (outside elevator) will be installed on the east side of the building to transport materials and workers.
Peoples Gas will connect its gas line along Division Street during this period, and the City of Chicago will connect the building's water service into State Parkway. This work will occur over a 3 to 4 day period and may impact traffic flow.
|Work Completed||Excavation work is complete. This work prepared the site for installation of the foundation and created the building's basement.
The tower crane is in place. This essential piece of equipment allows for the movement of heavy materials at the site and supports the building's vertical construction.
For pedestrian safety, and at the direction of the City, the sidewalks along the perimeter of the project – State Parkway and Division Street – are currently closed. Signage is in place redirecting pedestrian flow.
|Hours of Operation||All construction work is planned to occur during the week between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. This is to provide a reprieve from construction noise during your mornings and evenings. If any Saturday work is required, we will post that on this site and notify the Alderman's office. The Alderman's office will notify residents who have signed up for Ward updates via email.|
|Issues or Concerns||Please call the Power Construction site supervisor at (847) 264-0632 or send an email if you have any issues.|
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