BIM and Sustainability

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Shanghai Tower BIM and Sustainability

BIM and Sustainability

BIM and Sustainability

Rising to new heights with BIM. Shanghai Tower is one of the largest skyscraper in China as well as one of the most sustainable. Shanghai Tower owner champions BIM for design and construction of one of the world’s tallest (and greenest) buildings.A striking new addition to the Shanghai skyline is currently rising in the heart of the city’s financial district. The super high-rise Shanghai Tower will soon stand as the world’s second tallest building, and adjacent to two other iconic structures, the Jin Mao Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Center. The 121-story transparent glass tower will twist and taper as it rises, conveying a unique feeling of movement and growth, while reflecting the reemergence of Shanghai’s economic and cultural influences amid the rise of an increasingly modern China. The massive mixed-use facility will include commercial and retail space; entertainment and cultural venues; a conference center; a luxury hotel; and public gardens, all evoking the sense of a self-contained city within Shanghai.

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