Webcam offers birds-eye view of Eshleman demolition

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lowersproulwebcam350BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA – Jackhammers are poised to roar into action Thursday to bring down UC Berkeley’s Eshleman Hall, a milestone in the rebuilding of Lower Sproul Plaza.

Demolition won’t have the drama of dynamite. But anyone interested in watching the seven-story earthquake-challenged building being leveled can have a front row seat at on the Lower Sproul project website, where a webcam is tracking the action.

A time-lapse webcast shows the gradual dismantling of Eshleman over the past few months, reducing the building to a shell. You can also use an interactive calendar to see what was happening on any date over the last few months.

 

 

 

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