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Video Released of Skybridge Being Lifted Into Place at Raffles City Chongqing

15 February 2019 Chongqing, China

In the megacity of Chongqing another piece of architecture has been added ... Read More
Video Released of Skybridge Being Lifted Into Place at Raffles City Chongqing

15 February 2019 Chongqing, China

In the megacity of Chongqing another piece of architecture has been added to the city’s skyline. The "Sky Corridor," also known by its official name Raffles City Chongqing T3N can be described as a horizontal ... Read More

Tech Giant Cancels HQ2 Plans for New York City

15 February 2019 New York City, United States

Amazon has withdrawn its plans to bring half of its second North ... Read More
Tech Giant Cancels HQ2 Plans for New York City

15 February 2019 New York City, United States

Amazon has withdrawn its plans to bring half of its second North American headquarters to New York City. This comes after a report last week in the Washington Post that the tech giant was reconsidering ... Read More

London's Blackwall Reach Project May Not Use Timber as Originally Planned

15 February 2019 London, United Kingdom

CF Møller is rethinking the use of engineered timber for its scheme to ... Read More
London's Blackwall Reach Project May Not Use Timber as Originally Planned

15 February 2019 London, United Kingdom

CF Møller is rethinking the use of engineered timber for its scheme to replace Robin Hood Gardens, following the UK government’s ban on combustible cladding materials for tall buildings. The practice was appointed in 2017 for ... Read More

Ghanaian Government Set to Pass Insurance Regulations for High-Rises

14 February 2019 Accra, Ghana

The Parliament of Ghana is set to pass a bill that would require ... Read More
Ghanaian Government Set to Pass Insurance Regulations for High-Rises

14 February 2019 Accra, Ghana

The Parliament of Ghana is set to pass a bill that would require owners of high-rise buildings in the country to purchase a compulsory insurance policy in a bid to regulate condominiums. Justice Yaw Ofori, the Commissioner ... Read More

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