All High-rise Articles

World’s tallest mass-timber structure
86m Ascent named as World’s Tallest Timber-Concrete Hybrid Building
New NEOM city to run on ‘100% renewable energy’
Saudi Arabia claims new city will vertically layer homes, offices, public parks and schools
Schindler releases updates for self-climbing lift system
The vertical transportation system has been updated to integrate with existing formwork
Innovation in high-rise construction
With the help of the latest methods and technology, high-rise construction projects are becoming more innovative
Innovative formwork used on New York development
Distinctive curvature on Brooklyn building needed unique solution
Australian construction company on verge of collapse
Probuild in debt following lengthy delays on Brisbane residential project
Besix Group reach new heights on Dubai tower
Autonomous, self-climbing robot helps construction of high-rise tower in Dubai 
Besix to build controversial €670m Tour Triangle in Paris
High-profile skyscraper gets green light, 15 years after initial proposal
Züblin in for Frankfurt skyscraper
Strabag subsidiary to lead consortium building 205m glass tower complex
Investigation into collapse of 21-storey building
Tragedy in Nigeria kills 43, Governor of Lagos declares three days of mourning
Carbon negative skyscraper completed
New 20-storey Sara Cultural Centre in Sweden is “an international showcase for sustainable design and construction”
Trident and ULMA raise ‘tallest skycraper in Brooklyn’
US contractor uses specialist formwork system from ULMA for 73-storey-high 9 Dekalb Avenue project
Construction starts on Milan’s renewable offices
New CityWave building will put ‘quality of life’ first and aims to have a “positive impact” on the environment
Besix to build ‘Africa’s tallest tower’
Belgian construction company to begin work on the Ivory Coast’s 282-metre F Tower later this month 
Plans revealed for ‘world’s second tallest’ skyscraper
UK architects Kettle Collective say Russia’s new Lakhta Center II tower will measure 703m high
Crane lifts crane at Tiffany & Co.
McLaren Engineering’s construction engineering division used a crane to lift a crane to a rooftop at the iconic Tiffany & Co. building on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Design for Japan’s tallest building revealed
‘Torch Tower’ to be 390m high and located in Tokyo
Number of skyscrapers completed in 2020 drops
Impact of Covid-19 one reason for decline in completions of buildings 200m tall or above
Mace completes iconic One Za’abeel lift
Construction company lifts final section of cantilevered building into place in Dubai, UAE
Qatar’s new 200m high towers
Towers scheduled for completion in May 2021 in time for FIFA World Cup
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