On Jan. 16, a ceremonial topping off ceremony was held to commemorate the last piece of structural steel installed on the project to modernize the 25-year old publicly-owned Quicken Loans Arena.
With a tight timeline to complete the entire Q Transformation Project before the beginning of the 2019-2020 NBA season, it was vital to get the final piece of structural steel in place and keep the project on schedule.
According to a statement on the project’s website, as of December 2018, the project created 1,457 construction jobs, including jobs for electricians and electrical workers, who have clocked a collective 173,868 hours on the jobsite.
Electricians Work contractors are proud to be working on such an important and high profile project that will benefit the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County and their residents.
As the Cavaliers season winds down, workers are busy working on the exterior portion of the project, which includes some electrical work.
Upon conclusion of the Monster’s hockey season and the May 4 New Kids on the Block concert, whichever occurs later, the arena will be shut down to the public so interior work on the final phase can take place.
When the project gears back up for the final phase of interior work, just over 200 highly trained and highly skilled electrical workers, who work for an Electricians Work contractor, will be on the job at “The Q.”
The region’s top electricians and electrical workers will ply their trade, as this project requires all workers to work as quickly and efficient as possible in order to meet the tight completion deadline.
The newly renovated arena will re-open for the start of the Cavaliers, Monsters and entertainment season in October 2019.
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