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Tower cranes removed as construction advances on the new hospital in Terrace


a large red crane sits outside of the new hospital building site
The red cranes were temporarily brought on site to dismantle and remove the yellow tower cranes. The tower crane pieces were then loaded onto trucks and driven off site.

At the end of September, two tower cranes, which have played a significant role over the last year in the construction of the Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace, were dismantled and removed from site.

Check out a time lapse video of the cranes’ dismantling.

Learn more about the cranes and their operators at https://letstalk.northernhealth.ca/mmh/news_feed/cranes-are-coming-down

For more information, more videos, and regular updates about the Mills Memorial Hospital Replacement project, go to Let’s Talk MMH.