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Chris Hoogestraat slings a chain to a wooden cement form to be lifted away from concrete walls by a crane Wednesday morning. The walls have been curing for the past several days and are part of the first floor of a two story commercial structure currently under construction at the site next to Port Place shopping centre. - Chris Bush photo
Chris Hoogestraat slings a chain to a wooden cement form to be lifted away from concrete walls by a crane Wednesday morning. The walls have been curing for the past several days and are part of the first floor of a two story commercial structure currently under construction at the site next to Port Place shopping centre.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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