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Old Posted Jun 1, 2018, 3:51 PM
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Originally Posted by JACKinBeantown View Post
My guess is CPS doesn't have a reason to want to build a tall tower. They have a budget to work with and tearing down the buildings completely, digging up the foundation, installing new foundations and constructing an entirely new building after hiring an architect/engineering team to design it would be much more costly than removing and rebuilding the facade and inner workings of buildings with existing foundations and frames.
This and it's utility customers would be up in arms if CPS built a skyline changing building. I'm sure the majority of it's customers care less where and in what building CPS works out of as long as their rates don't increase.
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