All High-rise Articles

Balfour Beatty JV awarded second Hong Kong contract
Both companies will aim to reduce the project’s carbon emissions by using an electric-powered battery storage system
Designs revealed for Singapore’s tallest building
First images released of the 63-story tower
Plans revealed for world’s highest ‘green’ building
Hybrid timber building to stand at 96m tall
India’s biggest demolition project
Jet Demolition contracts and project manager Kate Bester reviews the Supertech Twin Towers demolition project
Upgraded Schindler Climb Lift goes to work on marquee high-rise projects
First use of Climb Lift’s new formwork integration will be in Hamburg, and Schindler’s first installation in the Middle East is scheduled in Dubai
EU’s tallest tower completed in Warsaw
Spire of HB Reavis’ BREEAM-awarded Varso Tower building reaches 310m
‘Innovative’ timber high-rise for Tokyo
The timber structure is said to reduce the embodied CO2 of the building
Mace goes electric for London tower
101 Moorgate project to be built over Moorgate station, in the heart of the UK’s capital city
New Liebherr crane at work on Canadian skyscraper
A 56-story residential tower is being erected in Burnaby as part of a development project.
World’s tallest mass-timber structure
86m Ascent named as World’s Tallest Timber-Concrete Hybrid Building
Five challenging demolition projects
Demolition and Recycling International looks at five recent challenging demolition projects
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
Project report: Topping the Pru
Boston to get a new view with the help of Marr Scaffolding Company
Favelle luffers at work on new NYC “landmark”
Four Favelle Favco tower cranes are performing the lifting assignments on a fancy Manhattan skyscraper.
Innovation in high-rise construction
With the help of the latest methods and technology, high-rise construction projects are becoming more innovative
Liebherr luffers climb Singapore high-rise
Liebherr’s largest luffing jib cranes are, for the first time ever, using a 24 HC 1000 tower system to climb within the structure. 
Trekker, Layher redefine high rise work
Challenging Gulf project called for the use of CAD software and FlexBeam technology 
Site report: Rosenlund meets high-rise demolition challenge
In 2020, Rosenlund Contractors were tasked with taking on the demolition of multiple high-rise buildings in the central business district, Brisbane.
Skanska to build £235m ‘utra-sustainable’ tower
Welput awards construction contract for 16-storey mixed development
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