Magic Fingers: The Most Spectacular Engineering Show in Chicago Right Now on Display at 150 North Riverside
As Seen in ARCHITECTURECHICAGO PLUS
It will become much taller and much shinier by the time it’s finished, but 150 North Riverside will never look quite as spectacular as it does right now.
As Seen In Clark Construction
CHICAGO – Clark’s 150 North Riverside project team has completed several milestones since breaking ground last July. To begin construction on Chicago’s 16th tallest building, the team completed the city’s second largest mat foundation placement pour; they also installed a Manitowoc 888 Ringer Crane, which is located within the Chicago River.
As Seen in The Chicago Architecture Blog
One of Chicago’s more interesting acrobatic challenges is starting to come together in the West Loop. The skyscraper known as 150 North Riverside is starting to rise from the ick that passes for dirt on the left bank of the Chicago River.
As Seen In Prairie Material
Just before 3 a.m. on Saturday, February 14, the mercury read 27°F in downtown Chicago with dropping temps and winds up to 40 mph expected as the morning progressed.
Still, it was the best weather the city had seen in days – so workers from Goebel Forming readied themselves as VCNA Prairie trucks carrying self-consolidating concrete (SCC) rolled up for the mat pour supporting a new, 54-story tower at 150 N. Riverside Drive. VIEW FULL