There’s just something so satisfying about seeing a massive construction project fast-forwarded.
One of Calgary’s largest projects, the $1.4 billion Calgary Cancer Centre, may still have more three years to go before finally being finished, but the progress that has been made over the past 20 or so months has been a feat in and of itself.
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It may not look like there has been much progress if you happen to walk by the looming forest of steel beams on the daily, but when viewing the changes over a series of days, weeks, and months, it’s astounding to see the foundations rise to form the building it will someday be.
Luckily for us, the good people over at the Construction Central YouTube channel have uploaded a 20-month time-lapse of the centre’s construction.
Take a look below to see the start of the building that holds the title as the largest government infrastructure project in Alberta: