Connolly Crane Service Inc. was onsite to help hoist the last steel beam into place at the Nevada Museum of Art. Yesterday we held a topping out event for the Nightingale Sky Room Project which is atop the museum. Below is a video of the last steel beam being floated up in the air. As was tradition for a topping out, the steel beam had an evergreen tree as well as an American Flag on it. Everyone who attended the event also had an opportunity to sign the beam and leave their mark on the project. We hope that you enjoy the video and images below.
Topping Out – Nightingale Sky Room Project
Yesterday we held a topping out event for the Nightingale Sky Room Project which is atop the museum.
By Todd Miknus on Jul 22, 2015
Updated Oct 15, 2021
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