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Old Posted Nov 3, 2019, 5:36 PM
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does anyone know if it is going to have public parking?
I just ask because it seems like they are digging really deep, already appears to be ~3 stories deep
I agree it looks quite deep but the plans only show it as having one level of underground parking, 39 spaces, so I don't think so.

https://www.halifax.ca/business/plan...-elm-halifax-0
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Old Posted Nov 3, 2019, 7:23 PM
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New signage on the hoarding identifies this development as "The Johnathon" (sic)
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Old Posted Nov 4, 2019, 11:55 PM
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^Adding to that it is being built by RC Jane Management. They recently built The Edison on Dutch Village/Westerwald. That building turned out nice so here's to hoping this has that level of quality or better.
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New signage on the hoarding identifies this development as "The Johnathon" (sic)
Although they are spelling it wrong, I approve of the name!
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Does anyone know what companies usually carry out these deep, mostly rock excavations?
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Old Posted Nov 12, 2019, 12:24 PM
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Does anyone know what companies usually carry out these deep, mostly rock excavations?
Usually it's the familiar heavy civil companies: Dexter, ARCP (Atlantic Road Construction and Paving), Brycon, Kynock, Allterrain.
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Crane base is in.
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Crane went up today, pretty big visual impact from the Chebucto / Connaught intersection
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The construction site, and crane is working this morning (Good Friday) in these high winds. Any thoughts as to whether this is okay? What's the working wind max for tower cranes?

I wonder if they are pushing limits because they are afraid of getting shut down due to Covid soon...
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