Trump International Hotel and Tower is a skyscraper in downtown Chicago, in the United States, housing luxurious residential condominiums and a hotel. When work finished on it in 2009, the 92-floor construction with a built area of almost 80 thousand m² became the highest building made from steel reinforced concrete in the Western Hemisphere.
This enormous structure used more than 64,000 m³ of high-strength concrete and eight personalized concrete mixes provided by our company in order to meet the construction's extreme strength and elasticity requirements.
In 2009, the Trump International Hotel and Tower was ranked among the top ten skyscrapers in the world by Emporis, a company that collects and publishes data about buildings worldwide and is frequently considered an authority on construction.
Trump International Tower