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Old January 13th, 2014, 02:07 AM   #6561
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The cladding will look great, I think. A bit 80s futurist, but still modern.
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Old January 13th, 2014, 05:03 AM   #6562
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South side core wall at 315m and core steel columns at 316m





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Old January 13th, 2014, 01:51 PM   #6564
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Old January 13th, 2014, 02:09 PM   #6565
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Should have been at 67F but gaoloumi is showing it as 68F... don't know why they didn't count 66F in their climbing documentary

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Core tube (T10) shear wall climbing formwork 15F (72.9 meters): 4-24 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 4-26 pm (6 days layer)

core tube (T11) shear wall climbing formwork 16F (77.3 m): 4-28 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 4-30 pm (4 days layer)

core tube (T11) shear wall climbing formwork 17F (81.9 meters): south side 5-03 days Climb in the morning, on the north side climb 5-05 pm (5 days layer)

core tube (T12) shear wall climbing formwork 18F (86.3 meters): 5-11 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 5-11 pm (8/6 days layer)

core tube (T12) shear wall climbing formwork 19F (90.9 meters): 5-17 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of the climb (6/8 days layer) 5-19 pm

core tube (T13) shear wall climbing formwork 20F (95.4 meters): 5-22 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 5-25 in the morning to climb (5/5.5 day level)

core tube (T13) shear wall climbing formwork 21F (99.9 meters): 5-26 evening climb the south side, the north side of 5-30 in the morning to climb (4/5 days layer)

core tube (T13) shear wall climbing formwork 22F (104.4 meters): South Side 5 -31 morning climb, climb the north side 6-2 on the night (5/3.5 day level)

core tube (T14) shear wall climbing formwork 23F (108.9 m): 6-06 evening climb the south side, the north side of 6 Climb (6/4 days layer) -8 morning

core tube (T14) shear wall climbing formwork 24F (113.3 m): 6-13 evening climb the south side, the north side of 6-16 pm Climb (7/8 Days layer)

core tube (T15) shear wall climbing formwork 25F (118.8 m): 6-18 evening climb the south side, the north side climb 6-21 pm (5/5 days layer)

core tube (T15) shear wall climbing formwork 26F (123.8 m): 6-24 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 6-27 pm Climb (6/6 days layer)

core tube (T15) shear wall climbing formwork 27F (131.7米): 7-05 pm climb the south side, the north side of 7-09 in the morning to climb (11/12 days layer)

core tube (T15) shear wall climbing formwork 27F (131.7 m): 7-14 days south of the morning Climb, climb the north side of 7-17 in the morning (9/8 days layer)

core tube (T16) shear wall climbing formwork 28F (136.2 m): 7-20 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 7-23 pm Climb (6/7 days a layer)

core tube (T16) shear wall climbing formwork 29F (140.7 m): 7-26 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 7-28 pm (6/5 days a layer)

core tube (T16) shear wall climbing formwork 30F (145.2 m): 8-1 pm climb the south side, the north side climb 8-04 pm (6/7 days a layer)

core tube (T17) shear wall climbing mold 31F (149.7 m): 8-06 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 8-08 in the morning to climb (5/4 days layer)

core tube (T17) shear wall climbing formwork 32F (154.2 meters): South Side 8-09 in the morning to climb, climb the north side of 8-12 in the morning (3/4 days layer)

core tube (T18) shear wall climbing formwork 33F (158.7 m): 8-13 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side 8-15 pm Climb (4/3 days layer)

core tube (T18) shear wall climbing formwork 34F (163.1 m): 8-17 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 8-19 in the morning to climb (4 / 4 days layer)

core tube (T19) shear wall climbing formwork 35F (168.6 m): 8-21 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 8-23 in the morning to climb (3/4 days layer)

core tube (T19 ) shear wall climbing formwork 37F (173.5 m): south side climb 8-25 pm, 8-28 in the morning to climb the north side (4/5 days layer)

core tube (T20) shear wall climbing formwork 38F (177.9 m): 8-31 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 9-03 in the morning to climb (6/6 days layer)

core tube (T20) shear wall climbing formwork 39F (182.5 m): the south side of 9-05 days Climb in the morning, the morning climb the north 9-07 (5/4 days layer)

core tube (T21) shear climbing formwork 40F (186.9 m): 9-11 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 9-12 Afternoon Climb (6/5 layer)

core tube (T21) shear wall climbing formwork 41F (191.5 meters) south of the climb 9-14 pm, 9-17 in the morning to climb the north side (3/5 days layer)

Core tube (T22) shear wall climbing formwork 42F (196.0 m): south side climb 9-18 pm, 9-21 in the morning to climb the north side (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T22) shear wall climbing formwork 43F (200.5 m): south side climb 9-22 pm, 9-25 in the morning to climb the north side (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T22) shear wall climbing formwork 44F (205.0 m): the south side of 9 -26 evening climb, climb the north side of 9-28 in the morning (4/3 days layer)

core tube (T23) shear wall climbing formwork 45F (209.5 m): 9-30 pm on the south side of the climb, the north side of 10 - Climb the 2nd night (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T23) shear wall climbing formwork 46F (213.9 meters): 10-04 pm on the south side of the climb, climb the north side of 10-06 pm (4/4 Sky layer)

core tube (T24) shear wall climbing formwork 47F (218.5 meters): 10-08 pm on the south side of the climb, climb the north side (4/4 days layer) 10-10 pm

core tube (T24) Shear climbing formwork 48F (222.9 meters): 10-12 am climbing the south side, the north side climb 10-14 pm (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T25) shear wall climbing formwork 49F (228.4 meters): South Side 10-16 am climb, climb the north side of 10-18 pm (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T25) shear wall climbing formwork 50F (233.4 meters): 10-21 night to climb the south side, the north side of 10 - 23 at Climb (5/5 days layer)

core tube (T26) shear wall climbing formwork 50MF (237.4 meters): 10-26 pm on the south side of the climb, climb the north side 10-29 in the morning (5/6 Tianyi layer)

core tube (T26) shear wall climbing formwork 51F (241.3 meters): 10-31 night to climb the south side, the north side of the climb (5/5 days layer) 11-03 pm

core tube (T27) Shear climbing formwork 52F (245.8 meters): 11-05 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 11-07 pm (5/4 days layer)

core tube (T27) shear wall climbing formwork 53F (250.8 meters): South Side 11-12 in the morning to climb the north side 11-15 on the night climb (7/8 days layer)

core tube (T28) shear wall climbing formwork 54F (255.3 meters): 11-17 pm on the south side of the climb, the north side of 11 - Climb on the 20th night (5/5 days layer)

core tube (T28) shear wall climbing formwork 55F (259.8 meters): 11-22 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side climb 11-25 pm (5/5 Sky layer)

core tube (T28) shear wall climbing formwork 56F (264.3 meters): 11-27 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of the climb (5/4 days layer) 11-29 pm

core tube (T29) Shear climbing formwork 57F (268.8 meters): 12-01 night to climb the south side, the north side 12-03 on the night climb (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T29) shear wall climbing formwork 58F (273.3 meters): South Side Climb 12-05 in the morning, 12-07 in the morning to climb the north side (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T30) shear wall climbing formwork 59F (277.7 meters): 12-10 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 12 - 12 at noon Climb (5/5 days layer)

core tube (T30) shear wall climbing formwork 60F (282.3 meters): 12-14 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side 12-16 noon Climb (4/4 Sky layer)

core tube (T31) shear wall climbing formwork 61F (286.8 meters): 12-19 pm on the south side of the climb, climb the north 12-21 noon (5/5 days layer)

core tube (T31) Shear climbing formwork 62F (291.3 meters): 12-23 pm climb the south side, the north side climb 12-25 pm (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T32) shear wall climbing formwork 63F (295.8 meters): South Side 12-27 in the morning to climb the north side climb 12-29 pm (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T32) shear wall climbing formwork 64F (300.2 meters): 12-31 pm on the south side of the climb, the north side of 01 - Climb the 2nd morning (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T32) shear wall climbing formwork 65F (305.7 m): on the south side 01-03 in the morning to climb, climb the north side 01-05 in the morning (3/3 Sky layer)

core tube (T33) shear wall climbing formwork 67F (310.5 meters): 01-07 in the morning to climb the south side, the north side of 01-09 pm Climb (4/4 days layer)

core tube (T33) Shear climbing formwork 68F (315.1 meters): 01-12 pm on the south side climb, T33 core tube steel column installation (5 / ~ day level)
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Old January 13th, 2014, 08:16 PM   #6566
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The project is making big steps towards the mark of 100 floors!
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Old January 14th, 2014, 06:39 AM   #6568
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Newly installed core steel columns are at 326m

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Old January 14th, 2014, 10:06 AM   #6569
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I guess most of the people in Shenzhen have no notion which giant is rising here.
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Old January 14th, 2014, 10:32 AM   #6570
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probably because they boring with 600 m construction at several city in China. they want more then 800m construction
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Old January 14th, 2014, 10:38 AM   #6571
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What is rising here will become obvious very soon. It's going to be difficult to ignore.
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Old January 14th, 2014, 11:34 AM   #6572
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Progress of Ping An in 2 months from Nov 15th to Jan 14th. Images copyright "YannSZ"
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Old January 14th, 2014, 01:53 PM   #6573
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When it's rising above 400m for sure
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Old January 14th, 2014, 01:57 PM   #6574
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Old January 14th, 2014, 02:58 PM   #6575
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True. Because the construction sites are everywhere
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Old January 16th, 2014, 12:56 AM   #6576
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Stunning! Beats the Shanghai Tower in all aspects IMO, at least judging by the renders and what has been constructed so far. I'm still waiting for cladding, but I don't think that will have a huge influence on my opinion. Actually, this is on the way to becoming one my fav skyscrapers!
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Old January 16th, 2014, 01:09 AM   #6577
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What beauty and grandeur! I hope the coating.
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Level numbering varies widely from project to project. Some level numbers are skipped, some are mezzanines and not included in the count, and the first level above grade can be named 1, ground, or lobby. It gets almost bizarre in some cases - take ICC in Hong Kong for example.


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