Ash Skyline Plaza

A Fresh Look


Sometimes the view from the top isn't the best ... It can be fun to find a fresh perspective! Our friends from Weigand Construction snapped these refreshing photos all around the construction site on Wednesday, June 24. Thanks for the fresh look!

On that day, approximately 100 workers were on site. You'll see below a few of them happened to be installing wall panels called light walls (top photo) with the help of a crane. On another side of the structure, they have what are called spandrel panels (second photo). 

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Upward Bound


As work begins on the Ash Brokerage headquarters, which will be situated on top of the parking garage at the Ash Skyline Plaza, crews have finished the north elevator tower. As you can see on the OxBlue construction cam, a Weigand construction banner now proudly hangs there. 


Our friends at Weigand sent us a few pictures from May 28, when they hauled concrete up to build the structure. Some fun facts: The hopper used to hoist the material holds 1.5 yards of concrete and weighs about 6,000 pounds. Also, it took about 250 tons of concrete to construct the north core, whose walls stand about 125 feet above street level. 

Keep looking skyward as construction continues! 

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