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skyscraper

A multistory building with a steel skeleton that supports the weight of the building.
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Jennifer Palmares-Fong, Iloilo Business Park vice president for sales and marketing, shows the architectural perspective of International Corporate Plaza, the 19-storey office tower to be built by Megaworld Corp.
The office towers are enclosed within glazed aluminum curtain walls to office areas and insulated aluminum cladding panels.
Elsewhere, there will be a lumpy repayment on most of the principal amounts of both the Proposed IMTN and the term loan at the end of their tenures and Puncak Wangi's ability to meet these obligations hinges on the disposal of the Office Tower. Should the disposal not go through, these borrowings would need to be refinanced.
Energy Minister and Tasweeq chairman HE Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada yesterday inaugurated the new headquarters in the presence of Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani, chairman of Al Faisal Holding, owners of Renaissance Office Tower, and
The office tower will comprise administrative offices for executives, technical employees and administrators.
According to the company, the downtown Class A office tower expects 40-60% savings on lighting-related energy costs and carbon emissions.
These are: O14, a 22-storey office tower in Business Bay; Single Business Tower for DIP, a 45 storey office tower on Shaikh Zayed Road; and Code, a 14 storey office tower in Barsha.
Realty Capital Middle East has competed the concrete casting of the 30th floor slab of its centerpiece i-Rise office tower project in Dubai.
Construction on the i-Rise Office Tower is moving ahead with full power as the delivery date in 2010 is approaching.
has added a four-story, 174,000-SF office tower to its Discovery Center project.
Lloyd's of London is moving its New York City headquarters from a nondescript building on Fifth Avenue to a new office tower owned by the Museum of Modern Art, just five blocks to the north.

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