Russian specialists will study American technology of building skyscrapers
A group of Russian specialists of Moscow's Stoikomplex headed by the company's managing director Vladimir Resin visits the States to familiarize themselves with American experience of building skyscrapers, informs director of the Moscow's Commission of Architecture Alexander Kusmin. He also mentioned that the city plans to erect 60 additional skyscrapers by 2015 in accordance with the new plan “Moscow's New Circle.”
A total amount of investments needed for the project is $5 billion. According to the head of the Moscow's Commission of Architecture, “specialists plan to familiarize themselves with modern-day technologies of building skyscrapers.” Kusmin also stated that the trip had been scheduled a long time ago; American side was passionate about sharing its experience with the Russians, reports Prime-TASS.
Source: Financial Izvestia
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