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Date PostedJuly 31, 2015

Skyscrapers and City Buildings Present Thermal Concerns

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Unions concerned about fire risks of high rise buildings.
Source: Alamy.com

A recent post on construction website Sourceable.net highlighted the concern of high-rise buildings and the undesirable consequences for surrounding buildings and amenities.

As the writer points out, heat absorbing building materials, glass panel skyscrapers and glass reflective facades have damaged property and can make life uncomfortable for city residents.

This is an issue that engineers and other construction professionals are battling with at the moment, as the popularity of high-rise buildings just seems to climb.

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