Construction of the soon to be tallest building in Cagayan de Oro City is expected to speed up with the tower crane now installed.
As shown and as expected, the t-crane was relocated to the right of the property to give room for the efficient loading of materials to the work site. The 33-storey building is also reported to have 3 more floors or a total of 36, but still this needs to be verified. Whether it’s 33 or 36, it’s still going to be the tallest in the city or perhaps on the island.
Meanwhile, work on the foundation of the southeast corner of the building continues.
The new sign states Limketkai Hotel is the country’s first USGBC LEED registered (Gold) Hotel Building. I just don’t know which of the buildings is referred to but the two high-rise projects are hotels. The US Green Building Council (USGBC) is rating LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) registered projects with certain levels with Platinum as the highest.
Below are photos taken a few days ago when half of the the tower crane is yet to be installed.
In case you forgot, below is rendering of the hotel and office complex…
with photos by nooboon, blubinbin, red archer