China to build world's highest skyscraper in 90 days

2012-11-26 02:27:34 GMT2012-11-26 10:27:34(Beijing Time)  SINA English

The Chinese company Broad Sustainable Building plans to build a skyscraper to break existing world skyscraper records. Its planned to erect and carry out the required minimum internal work in just 90 days. Construction will begin in late November, and will be completed by March 2013.

The skyscraper, known as Sky City, will be built in the city of Changsha, the southeastern province of Hunan.

However, an insider who declined to be named told reporters that this is utopian and meaningless, and difficult to be approved by authorities.

“The project is sure to be carried out,” the principal of China Grand Group Kejian Branch said, in response to the suspected voice, “And we will complete it reasonably and lawfully.”

China Grand Group Ltd., founded in 1993 and headquartered in Beijing, is an investment company, and its business mainly covers medical, real estate, logistics and financial services.

According to the project, its height will be 838 meters. The height of the spire of the present record-holder – the tower "Burj Khalifa" in Dubai – is 828 meters.

Editor: Yu Runze
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