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WATCH: Tower Cranes Rise To The Task

An interview from the site of the Everton Stadium with a difference!

The four tower cranes at Everton Stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock are already playing a pivotal role in the speed of the build.

Progress on site has ramped up dramatically since the four cranes, ranging from 60-70m high in the north Liverpool skyline, were installed in June.

The first floor of the west stand is already in place, while foundations are being laid in the east stand ready for the first precast walls and pillars to be installed in the coming weeks.

And those looking down on the site have the best seats in the house as Everton’s new home continues to take shape.

Asked why he became a tower crane driver, Michael Clarke, admitted: “I just like the view!

“This is a great opportunity to be involved in a project like this, so close to home, and from up here you can really see the progression of the job.

“It can be a bit exciting on a windy day, but it’s not as bad as you’d think!”

Everton’s Broadcast and Liaison Manager Darren Griffiths recently visited Michael in his cab for a bird’s eye view and an interview with a difference.

View the video at the top of this article or by clicking here!

WATCH VIDEO 05:47 Fri 05 Aug 2022
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WATCH: Tower Cranes Rise To The Task

The four tower cranes at Everton Stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock are already playing a pivotal role in the speed of the build.

Progress on site has ramped up dramatically since the four cranes, ranging from 60-70m high in the north Liverpool skyline, were installed in June.

The first floor of the west stand is already in place, while foundations are being laid in the east stand ready for the first precast walls and pillars to be installed in the coming weeks.

And those looking down on the site have the best seats in the house as Everton’s new home continues to take shape.

Asked why he became a tower crane driver, Michael Clarke, admitted: “I just like the view!

“This is a great opportunity to be involved in a project like this, so close to home, and from up here you can really see the progression of the job.

“It can be a bit exciting on a windy day, but it’s not as bad as you’d think!”

Everton’s Broadcast and Liaison Manager Darren Griffiths recently visited Michael in his cab for a bird’s eye view and an interview with a difference.

View the video at the top of this article or by clicking here!