6 The Federation Tower In Moscow

The Federation Tower In Moscow

Posted on November 23, 2011 by

The Federation Tower is a skyscraper currently under construction as part of the Moscow International Business Center. Construction of the towers began in 2003. When completed, it will be the tallest building in Europe.

The Liebherr crane.

The Favello Favco diesel crane.

Sliding framework assembly.

Hydraulic jacks.

The core is supposed to be growing 10 centimeters per hour.

Reinforcement heating.

Columns and bridging construction.

An enclosure.

Another enclosure.

They are disassembling the enclosure.

A building vacuum cleaner.

Bridging reinforcement.

Column reinforcement.

A concrete-spreader.


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6 Responses to “The Federation Tower In Moscow”

  1. 山下智久 says:


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  3. Ivan says:

    In English, please

  4. yagur says:

    WTF where is russians? Everybody is Tadzhik here…no russians can build thing anywhere – everybody’s drunk in this country..

    • Sean says:

      Labor force is cheaper. To hire a Russian one should think of many types of expenses, the salary, the insurance, the social guarantees etc. This brought a big problem with illegal immigrants upon Russia.
      Aren’t we got the same problem with Mexicans? When a single American took care of the garden? Would this be a huge problem in California?

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