Brickell Flatiron’s Foundation Pour In Photo, Video & Timelapse
Despite the rain and drizzle, the foundation pour at Brickell Flatiron went according to schedule this weekend. The developer representatives mentioned that it was scheduled to begin at 10pm, and the first trucks rounded the corner at around 10:05pm to head toward the build site.
Over the next 24 hours, around 1,300 truckloads of concrete were emptied into the 12,500 cubic yard form set that has been under construction since early 2016. The end tally is over 50 million pounds of concrete and the biggest foundation pour in the history of Moss Construction. It took 700 construction workers to get everything prepared for the vertical construction.
See below for our highlights…
The first of 1,300 truckloads round the corner toward the build site:
The first set of concrete trucks just rounded the corner to pour the foundation at @brickellflatiron! Because the building is so tall, it will take 1,300 trucks constantly pouring over a span of 24 hours. 😍☀️🌴 Thanks to @Wanderson4Real for the video! 💖🎥 #MiamiFridayNight #LoveWhatYouDo #RealEstate #MiamiCondoInvestments
Timelapse of 5 hours of trucks arriving, waiting in line and heading out to do their part:
A video by the developer’s sales team:
Build site via Antonio Sevillano:
If you have other footage, please let us know and we are happy to include it!