Baku / Azerbaijan
SOCAR Tower is the tallest building in the Caucasus region and is the Headquarters of the oil company. SOCAR is an acronym for the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic. The company started building this tower in 2010 and completed it in 2016. It has two intertwined towers which curve around each other. It has 42 floors. This building is designed by a South Korean firm on the concept of wind and fire. The tower mainly comprises office space, but it also houses conference and sports facilities.
The BMU is equipped with double telescopic mast, 17 meter in height, a 37 meter long jib, with four telescopic sections and a pantograph of 12m and with an auxiliary hoist of 350 kg for panel replacement. Is one of the largest BMU in the world.
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New York (USA) – This 48-floor, glass-and-steel tower in Times Square reflects the slick aplomb of its eponymous, and largest, former tenant: Condé Nast.
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.