In the heart of Frankfurt's financial district, the OMNITURM tower is currently rising skyward. The almost rectilinear glass tower will bring action to the city's skyline, because at about half-height the tower describes what could be called "a shift of the hip". For this spiralling shift of the building's axis, Doka developed a new protection screen that can tilt forward backward and sideways to 21 °.
Nantong – In China's Jiangsu Province, north of Shanghai, work is in progress on what will be the world's biggest cable-stayed bridge, the Shanghai-Nantong Yangtze River Bridge. As well as the world's longest span (1092 metres), it will also have the tallest pylons at 325 metres. Doka automatic climbing formwork SKE100 plus is being used in combination with Large-area formwork Top 50 to construct the pylons.