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The “Cool” Climber - more images from the Children’s Museum of Phoenix


Reading about the Schuff-Perini Climber constructed this spring in the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, it sounds like a pretty cool structure. But seeing the designer’s renderings (ala BIM) and photos of the real thing puts it in a whole different light. Don’t you just want to go there and climb around?

 

Here are several additional images that were not included in the August 2010 MSC article. Click each image to see a larger version. Photos are by Timmerman Photography, Inc., courtesy of the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Model views are by Schuff Steel Co.

 

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Putting the Climber in context.

 

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Several more views (virtual and real).

 

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The Dreamboat.

 

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The Flying Bathtub.

 

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is located in the historic Monroe School Building at 215 N. 7th Street in downtown Phoenix. For more information about the museum and the climber, visit http://www.childrensmuseumofphoenix.org/.

 

To view the entire “What’s Cool in Steel?” article from the August 2010 MSC, click here.


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