Crane Watch: Keeping track of Wichita projects

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WICHITA, Kan. (WBJ) -

The Wichita Business Journal is starting a new feature that allows readers to keep track of and get information about construction projects in the Wichita metro area.

The feature is called Crane Watch. It's an interactive map that shows projects that are being done in the Wichita area. Click on the icons and it gives you the information about the project: What's being built, where it's being built and when it's scheduled to be complete.

There are a lot of projects being done in the Wichita area. Let's say you drive by a project on the way to work. Now you can look for it on Crane Watch and get more information.

You can play a part as well. If you see a project that isn't on our Crane Watch map, let us know and we can get more information and add it. If you have an update on the status of a project, we'd appreciate that information too, so we can provide the latest information.

The map will be updated continuously, so check it often. You might want to bookmark it so it's easier to get to.

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