The demolition phase has been completed for the Lancaster, PA Convention Center. The hodge-podge of additions behind the historic Watt & Shand facade, which has been preserved to be included in the new Center, are now nothing but a memory.
The buildings behind and next to the former Watt & Shand department store are gone as well.
The gigantic cranes that have been instrumental in the demolition, are now lifting huge concrete footers and sections of preformed foundation wall into place.
It's an awesome sight to stand under the cranes and appreciate the gigantic size of this project.
Concrete subcontractors are busy pouring the sub-basement floors.
Reinforced concrete footers are being put into place to support the high rise Convention Center to come.
Above, a concrete footer is lifted into place by a mobile crane so white and fresh looking, this may be the first job it's ever been on!
Lancaster's Greist Building, up until now the tallest building in Lancaster City, stands waiting for its new big brother to take shape...
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