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Built on Firm Foundations. With MRCE your structures are well supported because our experienced professionals take care to define your subsurface challenges and develop efficient designs tailored to your underground conditions.

MRCE is developed from a century of foundation experience: each generation of engineers practicing with masterful designers, who together bring solid theory, proven experience and modern tools to your complex project challenges.

Fields of Expertise

Geotechnic / Foundations

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

Member Offices

  • New York City

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

One World Trade Center

541.3 m / 1,776 ft

2

111 West 57th Street

435.3 m / 1,428 ft

3

Bank of America Tower

365.8 m / 1,200 ft

4

Mercury City Tower

338.8 m / 1,112 ft

5

50 Hudson Yards

308.2 m / 1,011 ft

6

One Manhattan West

303.6 m / 996 ft

7

Skyline Tower

232.4 m / 762 ft

8

3 Manhattan West

222.5 m / 730 ft

9

Avalon Willoughby Square

190.2 m / 624 ft

10

835 Sixth Avenue

187.2 m / 614 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Global News

19 February 2021

Sixth Building in New York City Megadevelopment Tops Out

50 Hudson Yards, the practice’s latest building in New York has officially topped out. The LEED Gold-designed, 58-story office development forms an integral part of...

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Global News

30 July 2020

CTBUH In The Media: The Future of Skyscrapers: A Mile High, Slimmer Than Ever and Made from Wood

History does not want for dizzying fantasies of tall buildings. From the Tower of Babel onwards, humanity has dreamed of ever-more wondrous skyscrapers, whether we...

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Global News

24 October 2019

Planned Skyscraper Above Boston Rail Station Moves Forward

South Station Tower is planned to rise 677 feet (206.4 meters) above South Station, an aging transportation hub in Boston that’s swarmed daily by thousands...

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Rank
Name
City
Height

1

One World Trade Center

New York City

541 m

1,776 ft

2

111 West 57th Street

New York City

435 m

1,428 ft

3

Bank of America Tower

New York City

366 m

1,200 ft

4

Mercury City Tower

Moscow

339 m

1,112 ft

5

50 Hudson Yards

New York City

308 m

1,011 ft

6

One Manhattan West

New York City

304 m

996 ft

7

Skyline Tower

New York City

232 m

762 ft

8

3 Manhattan West

New York City

223 m

730 ft

9

Avalon Willoughby Square

New York City

190 m

624 ft

10

835 Sixth Avenue

New York City

187 m

614 ft

11

The Modern at Fort Lee North Tower

Fort Lee

152 m

498 ft

11

The Modern at Fort Lee South Tower

Fort Lee

152 m

498 ft

13

500 Boylston Street

Boston

111 m

365 ft

14

5th On The Park

New York City

95 m

310 ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

9 Years

Most Common Function*

Office (36%), 5 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (62%), 8 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 14 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 13 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 14 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

19 February 2021

Sixth Building in New York City Megadevelopment Tops Out

50 Hudson Yards, the practice’s latest building in New York has officially topped out. The LEED Gold-designed, 58-story office development forms an integral part of...

30 July 2020

CTBUH In The Media: The Future of Skyscrapers: A Mile High, Slimmer Than Ever and Made from Wood

History does not want for dizzying fantasies of tall buildings. From the Tower of Babel onwards, humanity has dreamed of ever-more wondrous skyscrapers, whether we...

24 October 2019

Planned Skyscraper Above Boston Rail Station Moves Forward

South Station Tower is planned to rise 677 feet (206.4 meters) above South Station, an aging transportation hub in Boston that’s swarmed daily by thousands...

15 April 2019

New Architects Brought in for Manchester’s St. Michael’s Tower

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has been brought in to deliver Hodder + Partners’ controversial Saint Michael’s tower in Manchester, with the local practice kept...

15 March 2019

New York City’s Hudson Yards’ Shops, Restaurants, Officially Open to The Public

At noon on March 15, 2019, New York’s newest neighborhood ceremonially opened for business. Hudson Yards‘ first public-facing attractions, the Shops & Restaurants and Thomas...

01 March 2019

As One Chicago Lakefront Project Gets a New Deadline, Another is Announced

The owner of the Chicago Spire site could have another year to begin developing the lakefront site, four months after a downtown alderman rejected a...

21 January 2019

“Tower Fifth” Could Become New York City’s Second-Tallest

For decades, the New York City skyline was dominated by one building, the 1,250-foot-tall (381-meter) Empire State Building. But 17 “supertall” skyscrapers — defined as...