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I Tried It: Climbing Downtown Cincinnati’s 264-Foot Tower Crane

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Wednesday November 30, 2016

I Tried It: Climbing Downtown Cincinnati’s 264-Foot Tower Crane

Tom Demeropolis
Cincinnati Business Courier

“I was looking at the window from CBRE’s new offices a few months ago and saw the tower crane working at the Eighth and Sycamore apartment and garage project. I mentioned to Kevin Schutte, managing director of CBRE and formerly with Skanska USA, that my colleague in Nashville had done a story about tower cranes and went to the top of one…

…The tower crane at Eighth and Sycamore is a freestanding, 264-foot tall Terex CTT332-16. It can lift up to 35,200 pounds but is configured to lift 14,300 pounds at a 164-foot radius. Maxim Crane Works L.P. is the crane provider, which costs $16,800 a week to rent.

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