Construction sites in the U.S. and Canada are undergoing a boom as companies and governments seek ways to expand and modernize infrastructure.
Here’s a look at the biggest and slowest projects that have been built since 2010.
Construction of a major bridge in the United States has taken six years to complete.
Construction on a major highway bridge in Canada has taken two years.
Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2019 for a new highway between Chicago and Detroit.
The world’s first skyscraper is scheduled to rise from the ground next month.
The project is expected, if not finished, to be one of the biggest projects in Canadian history.
(The Associated Press) The first skyscrapers are expected to rise at least 1,000 feet from the earth and rise over a wide expanse.
Construction projects in Canada have taken six to eight years.
Canada’s biggest construction project, the $7.7-billion Toronto Tower, is slated to be completed in 2021.
Construction will be finished by 2019.
The first of Canada’s new high-rises, a $50-billion tower at the Toronto Pearson International Airport, is scheduled for completion in 2021, with completion expected by 2020.
Construction has been taking two years to get going, with the tower set to rise over an area of about 5,000 square feet.
A large steel beam is set to go over the top of the building, which is expected by 2022 to be the tallest building in North America.
Construction was first expected to be finished in 2020, but the work was delayed by a power outage and a delay in completing the project’s first stage.
Construction delays caused the first of the new towers to be delayed again in 2021 because of a power outage, a power failure in the tower’s tower control tower and other factors.
It is expected that work on the tower will continue, but at a slower pace.
The tower will rise about 600 feet tall, but will not be the highest building in Canada.
The $7-million, $20-million tower that will be built at the newly completed CN Tower in Toronto.
Construction at CN Tower will begin this fall, and work on it will be completed by 2021.
The largest new high rise in North American history is slated for completion this year.
The 730-foot, $120-million project is located in downtown Toronto, just north of the CN Tower.
It will be the second-tallest high-rise in North Americans, surpassing the $150-million Toronto Eaton Centre by about 2,500 feet.
Construction work is expected start this fall and will be complete by 2022.
Construction started in 2019 and is expected complete by 2020, according to the project manager.
The new tower is scheduled as a major part of the city’s skyline, but its construction will be delayed for about two years, until 2021.
In the U!s north, construction work is being halted for the first time in 20 years.
The North American InterContinental Hotel will be torn down to make way for the hotel, which will open in 2021 and cost $1.9 billion.
The site was originally set to be demolished to make room for the construction, but that plan was abandoned.
The hotel will be a landmark in the area and will provide a place for visitors to experience the historic downtown area.
Construction began in 2019.
It was expected to take two years and cost about $5.3 billion.
Construction could continue through 2022, with some delays, the project managers said.
The biggest project of all is slated not to be built in 2021 but sometime in 2023.
The Toronto-based firm that is building the world’s tallest building, the 930-story, $400-billion Willis Tower, will open on the same site as the new Willis Tower.
Construction and completion of the tower are expected this fall.
Construction for the new building is expected in 2020 and will cost about twice the $400 billion that was initially planned.
The Willis Tower is scheduled be completed around 2021, but it is not expected to become the world champion of construction.
It has been the subject of controversy since it was unveiled in 2016.
It came to be known as the ‘Worst Building in the World,’ with critics questioning its environmental impact, cost and construction schedule.