Japanese and Australian companies collaborate on the world’s tallest wooden tower

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Construction companies from Japan and Australia have started work on a 182-meter tall skyscraper in central Sydney as part of a collaboration to build what will be the world’s tallest hybrid timber building using eco-friendly wood product. Tokyo-based Obayashi Corp. and Sydney-based Built Pty Ltd. plan to complete construction of the 39-storey “Atlassian Central” in 2026, which will be used for offices, housing and checkout points. sale, the companies recently announced in press releases. The companies aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions during construction by 50% or more compared to a conventional construction project…

Kyodo News

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