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  • Crane operators reshape Charlotte's skyline

    Travis Bayle is a tower crane operator, working 264 feet in the air on the Crescent Stonewall Station development uptown. Observer reporter Ely Portillo visited his office in the sky this week to see what it's like to be one of the workers lifting Charlotte's next generation of skyscrapers into reality.

Travis Bayle is a tower crane operator, working 264 feet in the air on the Crescent Stonewall Station development uptown. Observer reporter Ely Portillo visited his office in the sky this week to see what it's like to be one of the workers lifting Charlotte's next generation of skyscrapers into reality. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Travis Bayle is a tower crane operator, working 264 feet in the air on the Crescent Stonewall Station development uptown. Observer reporter Ely Portillo visited his office in the sky this week to see what it's like to be one of the workers lifting Charlotte's next generation of skyscrapers into reality. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
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