A new surge of construction of tall buildings began in the 90 years of the twentieth century. Pinterest takes a slightly different approach. And, as always, in their construction use frame technology. In March 1996, the Presidium of the Architectural Board Moscow Architecture Committee approved the program "New Ring of Moscow", in which at 60 sites located along the Ring Road and Third Ring Road, erect multi residential complexes in height 30-70 floors. "New Moscow Ring" will be available by 2015. Total by this date will be erected in Moscow about 200 high-rises that are being built by a classical skeleton. However, since the first skyscrapers, it has undergone serious changes.
Today, high-altitude technology gradually cease to be "indposhivom, gradually migrating to the mass construction. Not surprisingly, the world's major manufacturers of structural elements are increasingly engaged in developing new products to help build skyscrapers in almost every country town. "We were one of the first predicted increase in demand for steel for construction of residential and office buildings, and I must admit it has paid off – Director General says Russian subsidiary company (a leading European provider of solutions in the production of metal products for construction and engineering industries), Sergey Chernyshev. related topic. – I believe that the construction of metal – one of the very promising. Using this technology entails a reduction of the cost and simplify construction and installation works, as well as shortening. In addition, similar designs enough light and do not require extensive training or complex foundations, which is especially important for building construction. " Indeed, sky-scrapers conquer Russia.
Just look at the stats – its high-rise "Downtown" has already got Samara, Ekaterinburg, , and other large Russian cities, and will soon begin construction of the 130-meter skyscraper in Novosibirsk. He will become the tallest building in Siberia. Almost a hundred Years ago, when Mayakovsky wrote about New York: "Some houses up to the stars, others – long before the moon, thence 50-60-storey skyscraper seemed a miracle, a symbol of new times. Today, their descendants already become a commonplace part of urban landscape of many cities. And, it seems, close to the day when from the top of the next giant could really reach the stars