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Number of Tower Cranes 2017
So essentially the mobile add on is a separate theme for the software rather than an extension of the software itself. So it's likely not even an option.

So, does anyone know how many tower cranes are up today?
Are there any that are not listed in the first post? The current count is 7.
(08-22-2017, 10:20 AM)white_brian Wrote: Android

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added 8) Kitchener Waste Water Treatment Plant
(09-18-2017, 10:48 PM)rangersfan Wrote: added 8) Kitchener Waste Water Treatment Plant

There seems to be a new one up on UW campus. I didn’t go close enough to see, but I think it might be at the SLC/PAC project. It’s only going to be 3 stories so I’m a bit surprised but maybe it’s still the easiest way to do the project.
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