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Old Posted Jun 12, 2013, 2:37 AM
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What an awesome highway interchange

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Does anybody know where the actual Z15 tower will come on this site?

And this view point would be a nice location for a project webcam...
     
     
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What an awesome highway interchange
These types of interchanges are standard along the 2nd and 3rd ring roads in Beijing.
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These types of interchanges are standard along the 2nd and 3rd ring roads in Beijing.
Good. I like them.
     
     
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Does anybody know where the actual Z15 tower will come on this site?
If my memory serves me right from the posters I saw on the site, it is right at the cluster of four cranes.
     
     
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Thanks for the construction photos Scalziand!
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We can see the general outline of the core and supercolumns now.

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The big pour for this one is happening now:
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63000 cubic meters, need 5 days









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what a monster bathtub foundation!
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Wow I have never seen so much concrete pump lines in one pour! They must have massive pumps to move the concrete such distances.
     
     
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Jeez, they only waited 3 weeks to start putting steel in.






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the scale. lord, the sheer size and scope of that foundation.

     
     
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Those update shots of the big pour were awesome!
     
     
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