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One Rincon Hill
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|1||One Rincon Hill South Tower||2008||184.4 m / 605 ft||54||concrete||residential|
|2||One Rincon Hill North Tower||2014||165 m / 541 ft||45||steel||residential|
19 September 2012
As high-rise buildings are built taller and more slender, the dynamic behavior becomes a critical design consideration. Current damping systems cannot be reliably used to...
01 August 2008
Robert Lau, Roosevelt University
What if parts of a building could be occupied before the entire building is completed? What if a large high-rise project could be constructed in...