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The Skyscraper Center launched by CTBUH

A new online resource has been launched today by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), enabling the public to view up-to-the-minute news and images on the world’s sky-high structures. Users are encouraged to send in their own information and pictures to add to the database which has been composed from over 40 years of avid research by the CTBUH.

Timothy Johnson, Chairman of the CTBUH, explains: “The new site builds on our database…and adds valuable new functions, new information and extensive assets for both professionals and non-professionals exploring the world of skyscrapers.”

Users can search the website for the tallest completed buildings either regionally, globally, or within a set country, and view freshly sourced information on construction projects destined to reach over 200m in height. Visit this impressive new resource here.

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