Grand 50 Tower

project at a glance

Grand 50 Tower, also known as the Chang-Gu World Trade Center, is a 222 meter tall, 90,000 square meter skyscraper, primarily intended for office and retail use.

The development includes a fully automated 280-space parking facility, a 21-story open atrium clad with imported Spanish granite and a helicopter pad. The curtain wall consists of granite panels specially imported from Spain, Brazil and Sweden, all mounted on a Canadian-made aluminum framing system. The building contains 12 bi-level elevators and a modern fiber optics based building automation and communication system, both of which were used for the first time in Taiwan.

The structure consists of a mat foundation, composite structural steel and concrete superstructure.

Located in a zone where typhoons and earthquakes are commonplace, Grand 50 Tower represented a major achievement in the areas of design and construction.

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