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Old October 28th, 2008, 08:50 PM   #181
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WTF? They added height to the shorter towers? Second tallest seems to be 300m+ in the shorter render



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Old October 29th, 2008, 10:56 PM   #182
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Very tacky project by Lotte Group (ROK) started. Tallest tower is 275m, 65 floors. The others I don't know, but at least one of the shorter ones should be also above 200m. Lotte Group has very cute projects out there, why did they release such piece of crap?

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Old January 11th, 2009, 06:17 PM   #183
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ますますの瀋陽の発展に期待します。
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Old January 12th, 2009, 12:59 AM   #184
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Wanda Group project. Two proposals.



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Old January 12th, 2009, 01:01 AM   #185
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first one is great but i bet it wont be build.
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Old January 12th, 2009, 02:24 AM   #186
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Old January 23rd, 2009, 05:37 PM   #187
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私も上の方が良いと思います。
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Old May 13th, 2009, 08:53 AM   #188
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China builds world's longest water diversion tunnel

FUSHUN, April 15 (Xinhua) --Construction teams digging the world's longest water diversion tunnel completed their work Wednesday in northeast China's Liaoning Province, breaking a record held by Japan.

The 85.3 kilometer long tunnel has a diameter of eight meters. It starts in Hengren county in east Liaoning and ends in Xinbin county in the west part of the province.

The tunnel runs across 50 hills, 50 rivers and 29 fault lines on its path, according to Zou Guangqi, technical chief for construction of the tunnel.

Construction began in September 2006. Zhou said it will take several more months for workers to seal the interior of the tunnel with concrete before it is put into service at the end of this year.

Shi Huiyun, chief of the Liaoning Provincial Water Resources Bureau, said the tunnel will bring water from the Dahuofang Reservoir to more than 10 million people in seven industrial cities -- Shenyang, Fushun, Liaoyang, Anshan, Panjin, Yingkou and Dalian.

The dregs produced in digging the tunnel were used for building roads and river embankment, to ensure minimum impact on the environment, said Zou.

The entire projects cost 10.3 billion yuan (1.52 billion U.S. dollars), of which, 5.2 billion yuan was set aside for tunnel construction, he said.

The previous world record holder was Japan's Seikan (Aomori-Hakodate) tunnel, which is 53.86 km long.
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Some updates of projects lower than 200m.

First International Plaza. 148m, 35 floors.


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Shenyang Culture Media Plaza. 187m, 43 floors. Pic by endif.
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Eastern City Plaza. 150m, 38 floors. Pics by endif


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Royal Wan Xin International Tower. Spire height finally announced: 267m. 43 floors.
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The last photo is really amazing! Looks like the sky is on fire.
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SHENYANG SPECIAL: SHENYANG'S TIEXI DISTRICT SHINES AS INDUSTRIAL STAR
11 January 2010
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South Korea-America Rail Co Ltd, a maker of elevator equipment, will invest $25 million to start a new company in the Shenyang Economic and Technological Development Zone in Liaoning province.

The 6,000-sq-m production facility is expected to be operational in August after the company signed an investment agreement with the zone's administrative committee on December 30 last year.

Based in the Tiexi Modern Construction Industrial Park, the company will manufacture high-speed elevator guide rails.

Kim Hungil, president of South Korea-America Rail, said China is now in the process of transition to a modern construction industry.

He cited the advantages of the Tiexi park - its industrial expertise, human resources and location - as reasons his company picked the location.

Since its founding last April, the park has secured 99 projects with a total investment of 31.2 billion yuan, of which 30 have started construction.

Among them, 25 with a combined worth of 8.4 billion yuan are funded by overseas investors, according to Li Songlin, head of the Tiexie district.

As well, 114 projects are now under negotiation, Li added.

Located at the eastern end of an industrial corridor in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning province, Tiexi park lies at the juncture of the Beijing-Shenyang and Shenyang-Dalian railways. It is also on the way from Shenyang to Yingkou Port at Bohai Bay.

With a total planned area of nearly 50 sq km, the park is expected complete construction in 2020, when it is projected to generate annual industrial output of 500 billion yuan. To date an initial stage covering 12 sq km has been completed.

Industries related to modern construction like mechanical and electronic products, building equipment and machinery, metal structures and wall materials are priority sectors for the park.

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With a century of history in industrial development, Tiexi district boasts solid industrial foundation and a skilled labor force.

The district has an annual industrial output of more than 190 billion yuan. The equipment and machinery manufacturing sector contributed about 123 billion yuan of the total.

"When we decided to develop construction as a pillar industry, we did not intend to give up our advantageous manufacturing sector," said Zeng Wei, Party chief of the Shenyang municipal committee.

Manufacturing provides equipment and machinery as well as materials needed in construction, while growth in the construction industry promotes expansion of the manufacturing sector, Zeng said.

"Developing a modern construction industry is a decision based on a thorough research and careful consideration with a focus on optimizing the industrial structure and nurturing new economic growth spots," he added.

Yao Bing, president of China Construction Metal Structure Association, noted that "the new path of innovative industrialization that the construction industry is taking has close ties with equipment and machinery".

"The traditional advantage in manufacturing will provide strong support for the construction industry in technology and facilities and meanwhile promote growth of the latter,' he said.

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Data from the British Engineering Consultancy Firm said that China's current construction volume accounts for about half of the global total, ranking the country as the world's largest construction market in both consumption and production.

Sales of construction materials like aluminum-plastic composite panels, ceramics and steel have ranked at the top of the world for years. The country's trade in construction coatings ranks second globally, while its output of elevators is at the top of worldwide production. The nation comprises more than 50 percent of the total global market for concrete machinery.

Northeast China and the Bohai Bay rim are important building product markets in the country. Their total housing space is projected to reach about 800 million sq m by 2015 and 1 billion sq m by 2020.

"The number of flats constructed in China is approximately 4.5 million annually, about 4.5 times that of Japan. China might be the largest housing market in the world. It is a huge market for entire industries in construction and building materials," said Inoue Ichirou, president of Nichiha Corp.

The enormous market potential has stimulated rapid development of Shenyang's construction industry and helped the growth of leading local industrial players such as Yuanda Group based in Tiexi district.

"Our corporate vision is to open up a channel to the world for Shenyang's modern construction industry," said Guo Zhongshan, vice board chairman of Yuanda Group.

The company has grown into a modern construction group with an annual output value of more than 18 billion yuan, and entered markets in the United States, Japan and the Middle East, among others.

Nurturing businesses

Construction of the Tiexi industrial park provides more opportunities for Yuanda, Guo added.

In addition to nurturing homegrown businesses, Tiexi's advantages have attracted nearly 100 multinationals, 36 of them Fortune 500 firms including GE and BMW.

"A strong industrial base, advantageous location, well-trained human resources, and upgraded infrastructure all provide a guarantee for development of Shenyang's modern construction industry," said Liu Changfa, president of China Building Materials Industry Planning and Research Institute.

With an annual output of nearly 80 billion yuan in 2008, construction industry has already become a crucial contributor of the city's economy.

"The Tiexi industrial park provides an instrumental platform for Shenyang's development in the new era. With a more open mind, high-quality services and friendly environment, we are on top gear to build the park into a national demonstration zone of modern construction industry," said Wang Ying, the city's vice-mayor.
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Old January 12th, 2010, 10:19 AM   #196
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when was the royal xin international tower completed?? is it now the tallest building in shenyang??
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Old February 9th, 2010, 09:57 AM   #197
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when was the royal xin international tower completed?? is it now the tallest building in shenyang??
the link given by z0rg above said it was schedule to open in July 09
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Old February 19th, 2010, 09:17 PM   #198
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Hang Lung in China spree Excerpt
29 January 2010
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Hang Lung Properties (0101) has committed HK$38 billion on prime commercial projects in the mainland.

The developer and landlord is building two shopping malls in Shenyang and Jinan.

Four other projects, including two malls in Tianjin and Dalian, are in the pipeline.

``[Our capital expenditure] will peak in the coming three years. We've paid HK$10 billion,'' said executive director Terry Ng Sze-yuen. ``We'll spend another HK$10 billion during the period.''

Hang Lung will bear HK$5 billion construction costs this year, Ng said.

Average land costs at HK$270 per square foot account for 15 percent of the committed amount. Construction cost averaging HK$1,600 psf makes up the rest.

Shopping arcade Palace 66 in Shenyang will be completed in the middle of this year. Ng expects to lease space for an average of HK$30 psf. The 1.2 million sq ft mall will have 47 percent of leasable area and a 70 percent rental margin. Rentals from mainland shopping centers now comprise 43 percent of its total rentals. The proportion will grow as more malls start operation.

Hang Lung will hire about 500 workers for each new center.
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Culture Media Plaza topped out and cladding has been started. 187m, 43 floors. By sunghwy.
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