A big dig project – Dig Greenville has begun off of Westfield Street near the Reedy River. The project will upgrade wastewater handling by constructing a 6000 foot long tunnel 100 feet deep and 10 feet in diameter, and reach from Westfield Street to Cleveland Park.
Two cranes are now at work along North Markley Street in the West End. One is still building the Homewood Suites and the most recent crane will build Markley Place.
Structures of the buildings under construction at the Camperdown development are rising. The office building to the right is now being placed above the parking garage. A pedestrian plaza will be above the underground parking garage straight ahead in this view.
This animated view shows the key points in the Celebration Pavilion construction as part of the Cancer Survivors Park.
The Celebration Pavilion is being installed in the Cancer Survivors Park.
The facade is being placed on part of the Greene Apartments on South Main Street.
This is part of a project to upgrade bridges and stabilize the creek bank that runs through McPherson Park.
The side of the parking garage facing Falls Street already has glass. More office building layers will be added to the top before the rest of the Camperdown project is complete.
There were some moments of bewilderment this week at the Camperdown construction site when the tower crane was disassembled, despite many buildings not yet completed. But that was all to make space for a larger crane being moved in that can cover the whole area and taller buildings.
Most of the construction action is still taking place below the construction fence line, but machines occasionally pop up into view as they are working on site foundations.