Canadian Tower Reaches Maximum Height

23 September 2010 (Last Updated September 23rd, 2010 18:30)

The Bow tower in Calgary, Canada has reached the maximum height of 59-storeys following three years of construction. The scheme features two million square feet of space with 58 storeys allocated for office use and one additional storey for mechanical use. Owned by H&R

The Bow tower in Calgary, Canada has reached the maximum height of 59-storeys following three years of construction.

The scheme features two million square feet of space with 58 storeys allocated for office use and one additional storey for mechanical use.

Owned by H&R REIT, the skyscraper has been designed by UK-practice Foster + Partners and is being developed by Matthews Southwest and built by Ledcor Construction.

The building will be complete in 2012, according to Calgary Herald.