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  1. 4 from the roof of the JW Marriott. Surprisingly good quality from a cellphone camera.
  2. The landing pad at Butterworth. The guy at the bottom of the picture, from what I overheard. was taking borings of the floor to check the intergrity of the landing pad. Some more rotor damage. A security camera that was taken out by the rotor. This is looking up from the helicopter pad. See the bricks that were ripped out of the penthouse by the rotor. Another angle. A close up.
  3. I have about 10 more of the actual helicopter crash damage that I will post this evening
  4. A few more from the Penthouse roof at Butterworth. Festival just getting started. Thats all folks.
  5. Lemmen-Holton Cancer Center Michigan Street stretching to the East.
  6. It's been a long time since I've been here, so I'm not sure this is the right place for these. I'll post 3 to start. A little helicopter rotor scraping done to the aluminum sheathing at the bottom of this picture. i hope these aren't too big, give me a recommended size if they are.
  7. I happen to have a few of those too from just about a year ago. From Grandville Ave. From the Burton Street overpass on US 131
  8. I've posted some in the past, but I don't have the site saved on my work computer. Give me some time and I will post some today. Edit: I found them, now lets hope they aren't too big.
  9. I'm not sure of which thread it is, but I am positive some poster was questioning the amount of space in the Medical Hill Development and how could all that space just be offices. It seems to me MSU was in the plans from the start for that site and people were able to Keep it a secret. The build it and they will come theory worked.
  10. That looks hilarious! When was Will Ferrell in town?
  11. I am of the same opinion. Large projects always have delays, no matter what industry you are talking about.
  12. Amway Parking ramp? edit: arrrghh, Always late for these things!
  13. All of the concrete reminds me of The Chazen Museum of Art on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison. These pictures don't do it any justice, but it is a beautiful building, inside and out. That whole area of campus is of similar concrete design. Chazen Museum of Art
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