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Pietari / St. Petersburg 12.7.2018. Lahta-keskus  ( ven.   Лахта Центр ,  Lahta Tsentr )  on  Pietarissa   Venäjällä  rakenteilla oleva toimistorakennus ja monitoimitalo, jonka ydin on  Gazprom -ryhmän pääkonttori. Rakennuskokonaisuuteen kuuluu 462 metriä korkea pilvenpiirtäjä ja monitoimikeskus. Rakennusten kokonaispinta-ala on 400 000 m². Valmistuttuaan vuonna 2018  pilvenpiirtäjä on Euroopan korkein rakennus. Via Wiki. The  Lakhta Center  (Russian:  Ла́хта це́нтр ,  tr.   Tsentr Lakhty ) is an 87-story skyscraper currently under construction in the outskirts of Lakhta in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Standing 462 metres (1,516 ft) tall, the Lakhta Center is de facto the tallest building in Russia, the tallest building in Europe, and the 13th-tallest building in the world. The Lakhta Center is also the second-tallest structure in Russia and Europe, behind Ostankino Tower in Moscow. Construction of Lakhta Center started on 30 October 2012; it was topped out on 29 January 2018. The Lakhta Center surpassed Vostok Tower of the Federation Towers in Moscow as the tallest building in Russia and Europe on 5 October 2017. The center is designed for large-scale mixed-use development: composing of public facilities and offices. The building was designed by Tony Kettle, author of the design, while at RMJM. The project was then continued by GORPROJECT (2011-2017) based on the RMJM masterplan (2011) under the main contractor, Rönesans Holding. The Lakhta Center is intended to become the new headquarters of Russian energy company Gazprom. Lakhta Center's environmentally sustainable technologies helped the complex be certified LEED Gold. The concrete pouring of the bottom slab of Lakhta Center's foundation was registered by Guinness World Recordsas the largest continuous concrete pour; 19,624 cubic meters of concrete were used, which is approximately 3,000 cubic meters more than in the previous similar record registered at Wilshire Grand Tower. The tower's  curtain wall  is also the world’s largest cold-bent facade by area. Via Wiki.

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