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The 9-by-28-foot mural from the old Consumers Energy building moved into its new home this week, as the centerpiece of the CP Federal City Square building at Blackman Park. O’Harrow Construction, the contractor for the project, began installation on Monday, completing the read review job around 3 p.m. Wednesday. A group of four rewelded the pieces together and repainted the frame. The mural will be visible behind the stage once the scaffolding and tarp are removed late next week. “This is the hardest job I’ve ever done,” said Supervisor John Lueder, as he cited the unique shape of the building posing challenges for the project. Lueder and his group hauled in 15 crates of glass, with help from Jackson Glass Works. There’s about 1,800 pounds of glass and 400 pounds of steel in the 0.75-inch thick mural. The @CPFederal City Square is having the mural installed!

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