Trump International Hotel and Tower is a skyscraper in downtown Chicago, United States, housing luxury residential condominiums and a hotel. When construction was completed in 2009, the 92-story, nearly 80,000 m² construction became the tallest steel-reinforced concrete building in the Western Hemisphere.
To build this enormous structure, more than 64,000 m³ of high-strength concrete were used, and eight custom mixes of concrete by Votorantim Cimentos were produced, in order to meet the necessary requirements for the work, which required extreme strength and elasticity.
In 2009, Trump International Hotel and Tower was chosen among the Top 10 skyscrapers in the world by Emporis, a company that collects and publishes data and photographs about buildings around the world. His data are often cited in the media as a reference on constructions.