With the construction at Phase 1 of The Crossings reaching its highest point, yesterday’s Topping Out celebration provided us with a very special view of the skyline.
It was an honour to welcome guests onsite to celebrate the enormous progress and successes made by the entire team. As part of The Crossings development, the project includes 279 residential apartments 20 retail units along with extensive hard and soft landscaping to associated plaza and green areas.
All attendees on the day signed and dated a section of concrete wall on the way up to the roof in order to mark the occasion. This wall will be sealed with these signatures and preserved for future generations to discover.
Elliott Group is also honoured to be awarded the build at Block G, where work has recently begun. There will be 184 residential units in this extended project. Upon completion, The Crossings will feature 975 residential units, 18,000 square meters of retail space, and 3,500 square meters of commercial space, including a civic/library building, creche, enterprise centre, and primary care centre.
Commenting on the milestone, Darragh Elliott, Managing Director for Elliott Group said, “Today marks a very special day both for Elliott Group and for The Crossings. We’re proud of our team who continue to overcome challenges to create this incredible new skyline with much needed accommodation options.”
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We would like to thank our project team, who have continuously demonstrated their skills and commitment throughout, as well as our Client Quintain and Design Team members Henry J. Lyons, Linesight, O’Connor Sutton Cronin, CSC Consulting, Jensen Hughes, TBS Studio, iAcoustics. We would also like to pay special tribute to Glenform, our formwork contractor and our Scaffolding partner Brogan Group, for working safely in partnership with us. As we move forward, we look forward to working with you and celebrating our next milestones together.
To date, 23,000 cubic meters of concrete has been poured onsite, 1,000 tonne of rebar in place and 27,000 square meters of concrete slabs laid. The milestone was certainly worthy of celebration since over 280,000 safe work hours have already been logged on site.
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