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Pathbreaking formwork solutions for supertowers

25.05.2011 | Press
Doka is underlining its strong market position in the high-rise sector with a slew of exceptional new projects that are all destined to join the list of the world’s tallest buildings. Among the next supertowers to rise with the aid of Doka climbing technology are the Lotte World Tower in Seoul, the CMA Tower in Riyadh and the Lamar Towers in Jeddah.
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Set to top out at 555 m, the Lotte World Tower will be the tallest building in the Far East. As well as SKE climbing formwork for the core and columns, Doka will also be supplying a ‘foldable’ Protection screen Xclimb 60.
Another prestigious high-rise project for Doka is the 400 m CMA Tower in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Over 10,000 m³ of concrete went into the pouring of the CMA Tower’s nonagonal foundation alone.
Doka is supplying all the formwork solutions for the 300 m Lamar Towers, once again making high-rise construction history in the process.
108 high-performing Automatic climbers SKE50 and 1800 m² of Large-area formwork Top 50 are making up for the time lost on the Lamar Towers project by a previous change of contractor.
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