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JULY NEWSLETTER- CELEBRATING THE 4th OF JULY

JULY NEWSLETTER- CELEBRATING THE 4th OF JULY

As we celebrate the birth of our nation this July 4th, we are reminded of the boundless spirit of innovation and freedom that defines America. In this special edition of our July newsletter, we honor the pioneers who have shaped our past and the visionaries driving us toward a brighter future. Join us in reflecting on the remarkable achievements and groundbreaking advancements that continue to propel our industry forward. Let’s embrace the spirit of independence and innovation, as we ignite new ideas and forge paths to extraordinary possibilities.

ARCHITECTURAL MARVELS : Showcasing Extraordinary Projects We Have Been a Part of

Nobe Marina is a newly constructed waterfront boutique building featuring five stories and 16 luxurious units, each with expansive terraces and stunning water views. A standout feature is the provision of two parking spaces per unit, achieved through a mechanical lift system that optimizes space. This project epitomizes modern luxury living, merging architectural brilliance with picturesque aquatic vistas. CDS Architecture and Planning, led by Eduardo A. Pardo-Fernandez, designed the project, while Eastern Engineering Group handled the structural engineering, ensuring compliance with the latest building codes and enhancing the facade with decorative aluminum structures. Consult our portfolios to learn more about this project in depth.

Structural Engineering of Nobe Marina

Nobe Marina Decorative Facade

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THE THREE HAVANAS

Havana can be seen as three distinct cities: Historic Havana, Everyday Havana, and Hidden Havana, each with unique characteristics and histories. Historic Havana encompasses the colonial architecture of Old Havana and modernist structures from the mid-20th century, marking the city’s rich cultural evolution. Everyday Havana, familiar to locals, is defined by Soviet-style housing complexes built post-1959, representing the largest segment of the city. Hidden Havana, or “Havana behind Havana,” includes informal settlements and marginal areas, reflecting the city’s resilience and diversity. Each of these Havanas presents different challenges and stories, raising questions about the city’s development, value, and identity. Dive into the intricate details of our fascinating article.

UNVEILING THE MARVEL: EXPLORING DUBAI’S ZIGGURAT PYRAMID PROJECT

Dubai’s latest architectural marvel, the Ziggurat Pyramid, blends modern innovation with ancient Mesopotamian design, symbolizing sustainability and human ingenuity. This 1,200-meter tall structure, spanning 2.3 square kilometers, aims to house one million people within a self-contained urban ecosystem featuring green spaces and energy-efficient systems. The pyramid’s advanced structural design uses high-strength materials to ensure stability and safety, while its reliance on renewable energy and pioneering public transport system underscore its commitment to environmental sustainability. Beyond its architectural feats, the Ziggurat Pyramid promises to boost Dubai’s cultural and economic landscape, attracting global visitors and stimulating local growth, embodying the city’s ambition and progressive vision.

BRIDGING CONTINENTS: THE MOMBASA GATEWAY BRIDGE PROJECT

The Mombasa Gateway Bridge is a landmark infrastructure project in East Africa, designed to enhance connectivity and stimulate economic growth. Replacing the limited Likoni ferry system, this cable-stayed bridge spans the Likoni channel, linking Mombasa Island to the southern coast. At 1.4 kilometers long and featuring advanced engineering and sustainable practices, the bridge will be Africa’s longest upon completion. It aims to ease traffic congestion, reduce travel times, and foster regional integration. Moreover, the project underscores a commitment to environmental conservation by reducing carbon emissions and protecting ecosystems. Ultimately, the Mombasa Gateway Bridge represents a significant step towards regional development, social cohesion, and sustainable progress.

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