天天啪天天射天天日巴黎圣母院开展周边除铅治污工程 持续至少十天

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  “今天怎麼只點三個菜了?胃口不好?”打菜的阿姨看了他一眼,利落的在盤子里又扣了一勺板栗紅燒肉,“多吃點,正在正身體的時候,今天這頓算我請的。”   “虎外婆啊——”天天啪   豬腿里的油脂被火焰給逼了出來,掉在火塘里不時閃亮一朵火光。天天射   “日常操作,坐下坐下。”   “不就為了個好友位嗎?王淼淼這家伙居然賣友求榮!”陸昔年一臉鄙視。天天日   他可真是個小機靈鬼!hard小小的得意一下,然後迅速收斂臉上的表情。
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project at a glance

The Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is a 12-story, 700,000 square foot ambulatory care center with an adjacent, five-story, 1500-space underground parking garage, and an expanded central utility plant. The Center houses various ambulatory care clinics supporting outpatient diagnostics and specialty care services.  It is located beside the Colket Translational Research Building, which was also built by Turner.

Turner performed one of the largest excavations of its kind in the city of Philadelphia in order to prepare this site for the facility. Over the course of the nine-month excavation, the team excavated 70 feet down and hauled out roughly 300,000 cubic yards of rock.

In addition to building a world-class pediatric care facility, the project involved the construction of the largest green roof in Philadelphia, a sprawling 3-acre landscaped plaza.  Constructed on the roof level of the parking garage, the plaza incorporates local trees, shrubs, and flowering plants as well as four separate water fountains to create a setting that rivals a botanical garden.  The plaza alone took nearly 145,000 man-hours to complete and includes 166 trees, 3,635 shrubs, 16,366 perennials, 6,000 cubic yards of planting soil and stone mix, 30,000 square feet of stone pavers, and 10,000 square feet of stone cladding.

The project  achieved LEED Gold certification.

View this project in Turner City 2015.

Make a 3D print of the Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care.

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