Crane Removal Update – Nova Scotia Government – October 10 2019

The cutting up and dismantling of the crane is scheduled to get underway Sunday, October 13. To allow for this phase of the work to begin, residents in 11 additional units of the Trillium Building today received 48-hour notices from Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency to vacate their condominiums by 6 a.m. on Sunday. We know this has been an extremely difficult time for many of you. But this next phase of work moves us much closer to getting the read more


Crane Removal – Government of Nova Scotia – October 7, 2019

Work continues on the site. Over the weekend, a heavy-lift crane arrived on site to aid in the removal. The crane will be used to lift the middle section of the tower off the building. Two cranes will be used to facilitate this lift. As noted in last week’s update, the crane will be removed in stages, beginning with the front jib. In the meantime, anchoring of the fallen crane is near completion. Once this work is done, dismantling of read more


Crane, Camp Hill, participatory budgeting, and congrats to Melody + more

Hello all, It’s been an eventful and exhausting couple of weeks since the last newsletter or hurricane update!  Several items to let you know about below. Residents should check out my new and updated website at http://wayemason.ca while the content is largely the same this one is easier to navigate, less visually complicated and works better on mobile devices.  Please let me know what you think and if you find any bugs. On the crane collapse – I was glad to see the province declare read more


Crane Removal – Government of Nova Scotia Update – October 3, 2019

Work at the site continues. The companies expect the process of anchoring and securing the crane to continue right through the weekend, with the goal of completing that stage of work early next week. Then the companies expect to start removing the crane, with the cutting of the front jib (the section overhanging and resting on South Park Street) as the first step of that process. To allow for the assembly of a heavy-lift crane we have extended a street closure on South Park and read more


Crane Update 2 – Province Declares Localized State of Emergency

Absolute support and much respect for Minister Porter and Minister Labi Kousoulis for breaking this log jam. This was absolutely the right thing to do.   EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE/ LABOUR/ ADVANCED EDUCATION — Emergency Order Issued for Crane Removal   Under the authority of the Emergency Management Act, the province has declared a localized state of emergency to ensure the safe removal of the crane at a building on South Park Street in Halifax.   This action allows the province read more







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