Here’s How 1,049-Foot Skyrise Miami Would Be Brought In By Barge & Assembled

Skyrise Miami will be built with pieces brought in by barge and assembled at a construction site behind Bayside Marketplace, according to a video of the planned construction procedure.

The construction process is being called the Skyrise push up method.

First, the concrete core of the tower is built, the video shows.

Then, pieces of the tower itself begin arriving by barge and sliding into an elevator system. The top of the tower arrives first, with the lower portions arriving last.

It won’t be cheap to build. According to a construction permit filed last month, the estimated hard cost to build is around $200 million.

 

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Anonymous
10 months ago

Can we see the video? What’s the link?

Anonymous
10 months ago

It used to be on YouTube (circa 2015), I think Skyrise took it off because it wasnt available after a quick search. Someone with a lot of free time could probably track it down.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Really go back to 2015

Anonymous
10 months ago

” according to a video of the planned construction procedure. ”

Would have been nice to add the link to that video.

Azarius
10 months ago

Love the new method if it cost more will it expedite the building time

Anonymous
10 months ago

Great work Ed in getting the info

Anonymous
10 months ago

Ed

Jesus
10 months ago

Is this going to even be good for storms and stuff like that? I trust the engineering is gonna be good but I don’t know, there seems to be a willingness to get it done faster but smooth is fast so I hope they don’t mess it up later on. Look at what happened to Florida International Universitys bridge.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Not a good comparison, and not even the same type of build!!

Shawn Kouri
5 months ago

I’ve been studying prefabricated modular construction lately. It’s actually better than traditional construction methods. In fact, it allows the building to be built much much faster and built 10 to 20% cheaper compared to traditional construction methods. Modular construction is also more durable and the build quality is way better since it is been built in a temperature controlled environment and it’s more sustainable as an environmentally friendly Alternative to conventional methods. Also, if the construction pieces are heavier weight, it can withstand better in hurricanes look it up. You’ll see what I mean.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Where are the pieces being manufactured?

Anonymous
10 months ago

Who care?.. this design is butt ugly!

Anonymous
10 months ago

I care where it is being built. Let me rephrase the question so that you may possibly understand in your drunken state of mind. Are 200 million dollars of Miami construction jobs being outsourced overseas irrespective of the fact that this is an Eb5 project? If so, is this not ironic and strange and it doesn’t sound like Miami Winning to me.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Leave!!!

Anonymous
10 months ago

I believe in your high on prescription drugs mindset, you’re completely ignorant to what’s going on around you. 200 million dollars is a pittance compared to just the cars built by KIA alone yearly and shipped to the USA to be sold. Dude, jobs in construction, manufacturing, and electronics in this country is abysmal compared to other nations in this world. EB-5 is a financial gimmick and I understand how other people in this world undertake it to purchase citizenship in this country. But at least their not trying to skirt borders or float in on some man made raft and claim they have rights once they get here. Now, since you or I don’t have the power to stop this elementary school designed object that this alzheimer’s infested brain developer insist on putting in the forefront of Miami’s skyline, then like I said, “Who cares?.. this design is butt ugly” and I care! There’s got to be way more better designs that this developer could’ve chosen from than this ridiculous looking tripe.

Anonymous
10 months ago

You don’t like the design – fine, it is your opinion and we can respectfully disagree. I 100% support eb5 and even support reducing the threshold as I encourage good legal immigration. However, the money coming into the country from the program needs to be spent in the designated area as intended by the statute to benefit that particular area. Or, at least stay in the USA. The building jobs/money should not be outsourced overseas on any eb5 project. You are completely missing the point, and will never comprehend in your drunken state.

Anonymous
10 months ago

You are an idealist looking for corrections in the wrong place. “Needs to be” and “should not” is just useless rhetoric against the rich and powerful in this country and the world. Unless you enter a drug treatment program, you’ll always be confused and continue to look at society through a muddled and foggy mind.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I have nothing against the rich and powerful in the Country or the world. In fact, I would bet that I have more money than you. Go educate yourself on the purpose of the eb5 legislation and if you don’t like it, go cry to your congresspeople or senators. America first! That money should stay here as intended for the benefit of the USA.
…and you keep looking through society in your drunken state.

Anonymous
10 months ago

This clown thinks he’s better and smarter than everyone who comes on this site. Surely in your drug infested mind, delusion has made a home.

“In fact, I would bet that I have more money than you”

Getting off track and personal isn’t helping your argument.

“Go educate yourself on the purpose of the eb5 legislation and if you don’t like it, go cry to your congresspeople or senators”

What a nincompoop.

“Are 200 million dollars of Miami construction jobs being outsourced overseas irrespective of the fact that this is an Eb5 project?”

Sounds to me like you’re the one crying about what’s happening in the entire EB-5 program. Go to Jeff Berkowitz and jump down his throat about this ugly designed skyrise crap being built in pieces overseas and shipped to Miami on a barge to then be assembled on land.

Again son, enter yourself into a drug treatment program because like the saying goes, “A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE!”

Anonymous
10 months ago

And you have nothing to waste.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Nobody even cares about your opinion anyways you delusional being

Anonymous
10 months ago

Get it built

Shawn Kouri
10 months ago

This sounds like modular construction. Correct me if I’m wrong. I’ve been looking into modular construction for the past couple of days now and it’s very sustainable, it’s cheap, environmentally friendly, and it can get this done much faster.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Ok – let me correct you by adding :

..,and the construction jobs are outsourced overseas.
You sound like a bright one.

Anonymous
10 months ago

a lot of the 1000 museum building was brought in from halfway across the world and nobody complaint, because it was Zaha Hadid’s, let this be built, it is a great project.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Not even remotely comparable projects, for starters, Skyrise is a phallic monstrosity

Anonymous
10 months ago

When is the estimated completion date though?

Anonymous
10 months ago

“soon”, “in the proximate future”, “this year” (applicable to any year)

Anonymous
10 months ago

top comment lol

POLO
10 months ago

What this method of modular construction tells me, is that once construction begins, it will be twice as fast to complete the tower.

Anonymous
10 months ago

A prefab giant hairpin in South Florida, what could possibly go wrong?

Anonymous
10 months ago

What could go wrong for Miami?.. uh, how about comedians all over the world having new material to make jokes about our city if this thing is front and center in the skyline?

Anonymous
10 months ago

$200 million? What is the point of this thing again?

Anonymous
10 months ago

When your standing on the sky deck or having dinner on the 80th floor, you will say “ this is the point” and are you paying 200 mill…

Realtalk Reilly
10 months ago

Do any former Soviet bloc countries have an attack submarine for sale, with torpedoes included? Asking for a friend.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Nice work!

Anonymous
9 months ago

let’s consider what this monstrosity will look like when it fails and becomes an empty hull

Anonymous
10 months ago

Great project. Get it built.

(this post specifically crafted for upvotes)

Anonymous
10 months ago

Yeah, get it built because the rest of the world needs a laugh.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Doubt that… when we have most likely a non 305 fool commenting and knowing you will be there

Anonymous
10 months ago

Dude, this thing is as ugly as you are.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I’m pretty sure this is the developer cause they’re obsessed with promoting this thing and trying to convince people it’s a nice building

Anonymous
10 months ago

Sarcasm just soars right on over your head.

William
10 months ago

This and the citizen M in brickell seem to be the first serious pre-fab structures going up in the MIA.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I think alot of people will ride that ferris wheel before this is built.

Anonymous
10 months ago

yayyyyy. I hope it gets built!!!
GET IT DONE!!!

Anonymous
10 months ago

Shore Power at its finest.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Yawn

Anonymous
10 months ago

Get the fuck out of here, it’s 2020 and you’re still using the shore power joke

Anonymous
10 months ago

That’s another trained Parrot. Remember, they don’t understand the meaning of redundancy.