Construction of the world's tallest residential skyscraper at over 450 meters.
Superstructure comprising shear walls with strengths of up to 100 Mpa.
The specific molecular structure of superplasticizer CHRYSO®Fluid Optima S624 erases the irregularities of aggregates and the temperature difference of pumping.
CHRYSO®Fluid Premia S620 was used for the raft concrete with 70% slag, under temperature controlled at the core maximum temperature of 75°C.
Owner: Lodha Group
Contractor: Larsen & Toubro and Simplex
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