All High-rise Articles
Construction projects are becoming bigger, better, and more expensive each year
International Construction asks what the limits are to building ever taller skyscrapers.
State-of-the-art Oriel facility to be built on 8,000m2 NHS site in central London
Straw Construction Group put one Raimondi MRT234 and one MRT294 onsite for an urban redevelopment project in Greater Toronto Area.
Keith Anderson looks at what happens to sling forces when inclining a beam
Cities are building taller infrastructure, but how does this fit with the global target of increasing sustainability?
A selection of some of the world’s most expensive construction projects
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has unveiled plans for its latest mega-project – a 400m tall and 400m wide cube city called The Mukaab.
Canadian consultancy SNC-Lavalin has secured a delivery partner role on Saudi Arabia’s linear city, The Line
SafwayAtlantic tackles unique common tower project
Two 230 HC-L 8/16 and two EC-B cranes from Liebherr have been helping build the 128 metre-high hotel and office tower
With labor scarce, contractors and scaffolders are innovating to save time hoisting people and growing loads to record-setting heights. Larry Stewart reports
Doug Baldock, Director at Ramboll and Head of the High Rise UK, discusses how flexibility and adaptability can offer high-rise buildings a future in a sustainable world
RSK Group adds temporary site services to its business with latest acquisition
South Korean firm signs agreement with Lativa’s Forta Pro to scale up prefab manufacture
Custom solutions include needle beam scaffold, ground protection and a 60-story hanging hoist complex on the Manhattan project
Both companies will aim to reduce the project’s carbon emissions by using an electric-powered battery storage system