Soon to be the tallest residential building on the eastern seaboard south of New York, the Panorama Tower will overlook Miami’s beautiful skyline from 83 stories up. A total of 14,677 cubic yards of concrete was used as Cemex undertook the largest mat pour in Florida. The continuous pour of 11,737 cubic yards was a Miami record. The 20.5-hour pour required about 1,200 truckloads at a delivery rate of 572 cubic yards per hour. The project is expected to be completed toward the end of 2017 and cost about $800 million. Panorama Tower is a mixed-use development strategically located at the epicenter of the Brickell financial district.

The new tower will include about 150,000 square feet of medical offices and retail space, a 2,000 car parking garage, a 208-room hotel and 821 luxury rental apartments.

The concrete pour was completed without affecting the vibrant day and nightlife in Downtown Miami on Brickell Avenue. Visit for a time-lapse video of the mat pour.