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Construction Update: Museum Tower

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Today’s construction update comes from Courtney Foreman, a graduate of Midwestern State University.

As you all might know, the residential high-rise and luxury infused Museum Tower broke ground last year. You might remember FrontBurner’s recap on the groundbreaking ceremony last June, which highlighted the 42-story building that basically offers an elite group of residents the world at their fingertips.
Well, seven months and countless shovels later, construction plans are well on their way.

MTpic1Progress has reportedly been steady, as the foundation and the concrete placement for the elevated parking decks P-2 and P-1 have been completed this week. Also, the slab on grade at level P-3 has been completed as well. In the coming months, we can look forward to seeing the building structure rise above ground as levels 1 and 2 are scheduled to be complete by the end of February. The goal is to have completed the forming and concrete placement at a rate of one floor per week, reports the co-developers of Museum Tower.
I’ll be checking in on the construction site of Museum Tower on a weekly basis to keep you updated on its progress and what can be expected in the coming months. In the mean time, if you haven’t checked out the website for a virtual tour yet, I highly recommend it. –Courtney Foreman

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