4 Times Square
New York / USA
4 Times Square, also formerly known as the Condé Nast Building, is a skyscraper in Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Located on Broadway between West 42nd and 43rd Streets, the structure was finished in January 2000 as part of a larger project to redevelop 42nd Street. The architects were Fox & Fowle, who also designed the Reuters Building as part of the larger project. The same firm responsible for the nearby New York Times building—was among the first in the city to incorporate green design and construction when it opened in 1999, by including energy-efficient light and temperature-control systems, stringent clean-construction standards, and a high percentage of recycled building materials.
In 2018, Atechbcn with his partner in USA, Global BMU, was awarded to carry out the design, manufacturing and installation of 4 BMU units at this iconic building In New York City. The BMU has a maximum reach of 33.2 meters. It has 4 jib stages. The cradle is 8,5 meters long and the material hoist capacity is 375 kg. The BMU provides complete access from ground to roof level.
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Baku (Azerbaijan) – The new 170-meter tall building of the Ministry of Taxes is composed of five twisting cubes of different sizes standing on the podium levels.
Paris (France) – This contemporary design tower is the leading project of the La Défense district of Paris for 2014. The Tour Majunga, Paris’s second-tallest tower.
Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) – Located in costly area near the center of Thu Thiem New Urban Area.