Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Featured Buildings Involving Sika Services AG

The Shard

The Shard, London

The developers of The Shard showed remarkable tenacity in bringing it to fruition.

The Leadenhall Building

The Leadenhall Building, London

The Leadenhall Building leans back to make way for views to St. Paul’s Cathedral and other historic sites in a crowded section of the City of London.

Broadgate Tower

Broadgate Tower, London

The dramatic and highly visible structural system employed on Broadgate Tower is an innovative solution to the challenge of spanning the pre-existing railways that run under the site.

Heron Tower

Heron Tower, London

Heron Tower provides highly flexible work-spaces which support diverse tenant needs through a series of ten multi-story “villages”—with a full-height atrium at the heart of each.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center, New York City

Part of the ambitious World Trade Center redevelopment, the symbolic 1,776-foot One World Trade Center rises on the northwest corner of the Lower Manhattan site.

Complesso Garibaldi - Tower B

Complesso Garibaldi - Tower B, Milan

The project represents a fresh interpretation of an aging building. To view the before and after, it is hard to believe it is the same building.

Al Bahar Towers

Al Bahar Towers, Abu Dhabi

In looking to innovate high-rise design, nature and culture are the most resilient sources of inspiration.

Palazzo Lombardia

Palazzo Lombardia, Milan

The Palazzo Lombardia is a confident and controlled execution of what is actually an exuberant plan, and it does so while quietly integrating sustainable strategies.


Westraven, Utrecht

The radical renovation of the existing 85-meter tall construction along with the new extension of the Westraven Office Complex exemplifies the potential of sustainable practice.

30 St Mary Axe

30 St Mary Axe, London

Rarely does a single building have such a profound impact on the history of the high-rise as 30 St Mary Axe – The Gherkin.

New Babylon

New Babylon, The Hague

This project takes the extraordinary step of converting a high-concept but dated design into something wholly different, more ambitious but more contextually appropriate creation.

ADAC Headquarters

ADAC Headquarters, Munich

ADAC is instantly recognizable for the playful color pattern of its curtain walls, but from a structural and environmental standpoint, this is a building that means serious business.

51 Lime Street

51 Lime Street, London

51 Lime Street establishes a great dialogue with the existing fabric of historic masonry buildings and more modern glass buildings.

Bakrie Tower

Bakrie Tower, Jakarta

Bakrie Tower has become one of the most iconic buildings in the ever-crowded skyline of Jakarta with its angled facade.

Evolution Tower

Evolution Tower, Moscow

The Evolution Tower is an unusual addition to Moscow’s fast-growing International Business Center on the Presnenskaya Embankment of the Moscow River.

Etihad Towers

Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi

The Etihad Towers complex includes five residential towers situated in the beachside Al Ras Al Akhdar district, and offer panoramic views over the city and Arabian Sea.

De Rotterdam

De Rotterdam, Rotterdam

The building consists of three interconnected towers with the highest point reaching 149m.

Ocean Heights

Ocean Heights, Dubai

Ocean Heights, located along the Dubai Marina, features a deliberate twist on three of its faces to maximize views toward the ocean.

Soyak Tower

Soyak Tower, Istanbul

Soyak Kristal Kule is a high-rise office tower project located in Levent, the main commercial district of Istanbul.

Tour Carpe Diem

Tour Carpe Diem, Courbevoie

The Tour Carpe Diem contains a variety of sustainable building designs, including solar water heating, geothermal wells, and occupancy sensors.

The Landmark

The Landmark, London

The Landmark is a pair of residential skyscrapers in London, and is among the tallest structures in the city.

ECB - European Central Bank

ECB - European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main

European Central Bank's two towers are connected by a full-height atrium, referred to as the "vertical city."

Empire State Building

Empire State Building, New York City

The Empire State Building stood as the world's tallest building for over 40 years, longer then any other skyscraper in history.

Post Tower

Post Tower, Bonn

Post Tower is a forward-looking high-rise for the 21st century: formally, technically, and ecologically advanced, and offering a high-quality work environment.


MahaNakhon, Bangkok

MahaNakhon is optimized for the tropical climate of Bangkok with a “pixelated” design concept that affords highly valuable outdoor space to tenants.

240 Blackfriars Road

240 Blackfriars Road, London

This building has flush, smooth and fully glazed façade which complements the buildings crystalline shape which is achieved by glass to glass joints.

20 Fenchurch St

20 Fenchurch St, London

Featuring a three-story public sky garden located at the top of the building, 20 Fenchurch Street is located in the financial district of the City of London.

Tribunal de Paris

Tribunal de Paris, Paris

Completed in 2017, Tribunal de Paris consists of a plinth five-to-eight-stories high, on top of which stands a tower of three superimposed parallelepipeds, creating a stepping profile.

10 Brock Street

10 Brock Street, London

Part of a larger redevelopment plan, this complex is made up of multiple buildings which foster permeability between interior spaces, public areas, and the city around them.

About Sika Services AG

Building Trust – Sika's Strategy 2018

They aim for global market leadership in 7 target markets through cross selling, life-cycle management and the strengthening of their brand. The core of their business is their innovation management and our focus on developing quality products and the best solutions for our customers.

They accelerate the build-up of their organizations in the emerging markets and further expand their supply chain footprint. Acquisitions will enable them to leverage our market access and to strengthen our economies of scale.

The Sika Spirit – which is defined in Sika’s Values & Principles – is the foundation of their future success. They act with respect and responsibility towards their customers, their shareholders and their employees which is reflected in the Sika brand promise “Building Trust”.

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CTBUH Resources Involving Sika Services AG

Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.


Award of Excellence

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Sika Services AG Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 94 Completed13 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 12 Completed3 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 8 Years
Most Common Function office, 55 Buildings
Most Common Material Concrete, 73 Buildings
Building Functions
Building Materials

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

Tall Buildings Involving Sika Services AG

1   One World Trade Center 2014 541 m New York City
2   Lakhta Center 2019 462 m St. Petersburg
3   Princess Tower 2012 413 m Dubai
4   Empire State Building 1931 381 m New York City
5   Elite Residence 2012 380 m Dubai
6   NEVA TOWERS 2 2020 345 m Moscow
7   MahaNakhon 2016 314 m Bangkok
8   Abu Dhabi Plaza 2020 311 m Nur-Sultan
9   Ocean Heights 2010 310 m Dubai
10   Varso Tower 2021 310 m Warsaw
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   One World Trade Center 2014 541 m New York City
2   Lakhta Center 2019 462 m St. Petersburg
3   Princess Tower 2012 413 m Dubai
4   Empire State Building 1931 381 m New York City
5   Elite Residence 2012 380 m Dubai
6   NEVA TOWERS 2 2020 345 m Moscow
7   MahaNakhon 2016 314 m Bangkok
8   Abu Dhabi Plaza 2020 311 m Nur-Sultan
9   Ocean Heights 2010 310 m Dubai
10   Varso Tower 2021 310 m Warsaw
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Under Constr.