Crews working on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba have placed the highest components of the structure for the $350 Million facility, which broke ground in the fall of 2008. While several months of construction remain, Design Architect Antoine Predock Archtect PC, Architect of Record Smith Carter Architects, and BIM Consultant FitzGerald Associates Architects are enthusiastic to finally see such a complex building coming to fruition. The building’s tower, when completed, will reach over 100 meters (328 feet) tall.
Interested viewers can explore two real-time webcams on the construction site by visiting the museum’s website. The museum is expected to open in April of 2012.