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Height: To Tip
242.5 m / 796 ft
Height: Architectural
242.5 m / 796 ft
 
Federation Tower - Zapad Tower Outline
Floors Above Ground
63
Floors Below Ground
4
# of Elevators
18
Development GFA
442,915 m² / 4,767,497 ft²

Facts

Official Name Federation Tower - Zapad Tower
Name of Complex Federation Tower
Other Names Federation Towers - West Tower
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Russia
City Moscow
Street Address & Map 15 1st Krasnogvardeysky Drive
Postal Code 123100
Building Function residential / office
Structural Material concrete
Construction Start 2005
Completion 2008
Official Website Federation Towers
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Global Ranking #497 Tallest in the World
Regional Ranking #19 Tallest in Europe
National Ranking #10 Tallest in Russia
City Ranking #10 Tallest in Moscow

Companies Involved

Owner AEON Corporation
Developer Mirax Group
Architect
Design nps+partner; Schweger Associated Architects
Structural Engineer
Design Thornton Tomasetti
Project Manager Turner International LLC
Other Consultant
• Wind RWDI
Material Supplier
• Elevator thyssenkrupp
• Façade Maintenance Equipment CoxGomyl
• Hardware Securistyle
• Paint/Coating AkzoNobel
• Sealants Sika Services AG

About Federation Tower - Zapad Tower

The Federation Tower consists of East and West Towers, located on a common multilevel podium. Between the two towers will rise an elevator mast and spire. The elevator mast located between the two towers is connected to them on technical floors by five glass bridge galleries, which are fire protected to give other evacuation routes in the event of emergency. Several observation platforms will be included in the Federation complex, at the 57th and 81st floors. Vertical conveyance between floors is provided by 69 high-speed express elevators, over 20 of which are double-decked elevators.

Power supply at the Federation complex uses a heat recuperation system—heat produced by the building systems is used within the building itself as much as possible with the recuperation coefficient reaching up to 60%. The complex is equipped with special sensors that register changes in basic parameters—temperature, illumination, human presence—in order to react to the change in the MEP systems.

CTBUH Initiatives

Building Tours Accompanying ‘Moscow Gaining Height’
24 Oct 2008 – Tour Report

CTBUH 2008 Moscow Conference: Gaining Height
22-24 Oct 2008 – Conference


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