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Trusses Go up for Bemidji Regional Event Center

Perfect weather conditions made for a successful rising of the first of three trusses for the Bemidji Regional Event Center early Monday morning. A special 500-ton crane was used to lift the smallest of the three trusses. The other two will be se...

Truss going up
Perfect weather conditions made for a successful rising of the first of three trusses for the Bemidji Regional Event Center early Monday morning. A special 500-ton crane was used to lift the smallest of the three trusses. The other two will be set in place this week. The plan is to raise the second truss this morning and the final truss Thursday morning. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Perfect weather conditions made for a successful rising of the first of three trusses for the Bemidji Regional Event Center early Monday morning. A special 500-ton crane was used to lift the smallest of the three trusses. The other two will be set in place this week. The plan is to raise the second truss this morning and the final truss Thursday morning. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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