Kenco’s Multilift and custom panel clamp are being used to assist with the extensive 19.3 mil expansion of Central High School’s performing arts building in Omaha, Nebraska.
Stones are being designed to resemble those of the original building to maintain its historic roots. These CNC machines operate similar to a 3D printer to custom cut each stone. The process is tedious for making the nearly 3000 pieces of limestone and Kenco is right alongside helping to move these stones into place.
KETV was first to feature this unique project in this news story “Hammer by Hammer and Stone by Stone”.