Hahahahahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!Jul 5, 2021
I did get someone with a hard hat approach me to say it was illegal to show/take any photos with the PCL logo.
...... I always hated having my photo taken, and even when I needed to take site photos I was always careful not to include any people in anything.
I'm not saying the guy was right for coming out and yelling about privacy. He was in the wrong, and he can be photographed in public. But it might be helpful for everyone to have some perspective and empathy for why he's saying it.
Not an insider but I'd assume CIBC Square's simpler floorplate/structural arrangement and a larger staging area were factorsThis is definitely moving at a slower pace than CIBC Square was. I think the steel frames advanced up almost every week when they building CIBC. Granted, that was pre-COVID. What are the existing rules that may slow down the progress here? Or maybe it's just PCL, and that's why they don't let passers-by take pictures
If the construction crew don't want to be photographed, they should have worn hazmat suits and placed tall scaffolding covered with tarp. Oh, and the top would have to be covered in tarp to prevent those with drones from photographing it from above.No, clearly it's moving slower because the poor workers have to keep shooing away all the pesky photographers