Tall orders

High, Richard
September 2007
International Construction;Sep2007, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses the continues growth of building high-rise towers. The development of the Shanghai World Financial Center in China, Korea's Songdo Incheon Twin Towers, Saudi Arabia's Mecca, the tower in Abu Dhabi and Moscow's Russia Tower is explored. Detailed information concerning the destruction of the World Trade Center is discussed. INSETS: Bridge pylons;Windy city Trumped;Hide and seek.


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