Steel installation for One World Trade Center has reached the 20th floor equivalent level, raising the tower to 200 feet above street level, The Port Authority announced today.
The agency’s Commissioners were given an update on the project today at the Board’s World Trade Center meeting. Commissioners were told that steel has risen to the 20th floor equivalent level. To reach the 20th floor, The Port Authority’s steel contractor, DCM Erectors, has already erected nearly 8,000 tons of structural steel – 700 tons more than the total amount of steel in the entire Eiffel Tower. For more information visit: www.wtcprogress.com