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Concrete flows at Brooklyn

The first major concrete pour has begun at the Brooklyn tower in downtown Kelowna as the long-awaited project takes shape.

Ground was broken on the site in March 2019, and while work has been underway for a while, the pouring of concrete means the site will begin to look more like a residential tower than just a construction site.

According to Mission Group project manager Dan Martynov, 1,800 cubic metres of concrete will be poured into the location at Bernard Avenue and St. Paul Street.

"They started pumping Monday morning at 6 a.m. and will be done by 1 o'clock. They will still be working on it until around 6 p.m.," explained Martynov.

For more on this story, visit OkanaganEdge.net.



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