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2nd Annual Ultra High-rise Building Summit Arrives In March 2009

To be Held Mar 26th and 27th 2009 at the Shanghai World Financial Center, China

Shanghai, China (January 06, 2009) / — China has recently the site of rapid construction of many skyscrapers necessitated by increasingly high population densities and fuelled by economic growth. The land shortage in golden zone accelerates the growing up of the ultra high-rise buildings mainly in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.

Ultra high-rise building have now become the epitome of city life with important sociocultural implications. It is the symbol of a city's modernization and it brings more opportunities to the related industries.

The 2nd Annual Ultra High-rise Buildings Summit is organized by JF Pearson China and East China Architectural Design & Research Institute(ECADI). It gains great support from the World Association of Chinese Architects.

2nd Annual Ultra High-rise Buildings Summit will gather the forefront industrial experts from America, Europe, and Asia including China. More than 30 honorable speakers from local and overseas will come to share their experience and over 200 guests will get networking opportunities through this platform. After the earthquake and terrorist attacks issues, the safety problems are being more concerned. So the experts from Fire Administration, Earthquake Research Institute and Expert Group on Exceeding Code Limits will be invited to give us the current criteria and standards for ultra high-rises' construction and design.


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