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[title size=”2″] Modern day advancements in global railway transportation[/title]

Japan intends to outdo itself,
rendering the sleek bullet train
system that won it fame in the
1960s toward becoming so
“yesterday.” You can now look
forward to the upcoming marvels
of floating trains. The country
known for its fast and efficient rail
lines this month draws fresh
attention after recently unveiling
a magnetic levitation train that
can travel at speeds over 310 mph
(500km/h).

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February Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] ROBOTIC – Floral Design Stadium Built for the 2014 World Cup at Brazil[/title]

Especially built for Brazil 2014
when it will host four matches,
This multi-purpose stadium will
have an adaptable structure,
which can be reduced in size once
Brazil 2014 is over. The covered
arena is thus an ideal setting to
host a variety of events such as
shows, exhibitions and trade fairs,
while local clubs such as Mixto and
Operario may also take advantage
of the new venue.

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January Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] The Aqua Tower[/title]

Aqua Tower is one of few highrises
in the world that creates
a community on its façade.
With a hotel, apartments,
c o n d o m i n i u m s , p a r k i n g ,
offices, and one of Chicago’s
largest green roofs, this multiuse
tower demonstrates both
architectural and technical
achievements
Its outdoor terraces—which differ in
shape from floor to floor based on
criteria such as views, solar shading
and dwelling size/type—create a
strong connection to the outdoors and
the city, as well as form the tower’s
distinctive undulating appearance.

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July Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] DESTINATION NIGERIA: [/title]

Throughout the world, more people than it
was ever thought possible travel for
pleasure, business and the like within their
own country and abroad. The impact of
tourism is felt all over the world, either as a
generator or receiver of tourists or both has
made tourism a catalyst for economic
development and social well-being of the
people.
Nigeria has rich tourism potentials and a
prestige environment capable of attracting
tourism tourists to the destination.

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June Newsletter

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[title size=”2″]  International Convention Centre Industry [/title]

Business meetings, conferences, exhibitions, trade shows and professional gatherings all form the
increasing demand for meetings spaces globally. Many of such meetings are held annually with 50%
of such meetings holding in Convention facilities.
Convention centers are large buildings that typically offer sufficient floor area to accommodate
several thousand attendees. Very large venues, suitable for major trade shows, are sometimes
known as exhibition centres. Convention centers typically have at least one auditorium and may
also contain concert halls, lecture halls, meeting rooms, and conference rooms. Some large resort
area hotels include a convention center.
The leading convention facilities boast of infrastructural and aesthetic features, monumental
relevance or location.
Often conceived to support economic growth and development, convention centers serve to provide
a location for meetings, conventions, trade shows, public shows, the arts, and local interests. The
benefits are measured in terms of out-of-town visitors, occupied room nights, incremental taxes,
and sales.
The success of a center is measured

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May Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] The World’s Biggest Ice Hotel [/title]

The ICEHOTEL is located in the village of
Jukkasjärvi, Sweden; it is the world’s first and
biggest hotel made of ice blocks and snow.
Launched in 1990, the hotel is redesigned and
rebuilt every year.
The hotel was created as a way to introduce
tourism to Jukkasjärvi in winter. Once the hotel
opens, thousands of visitors come for the
unusual experience of drinking at its ICEBAR;
sleeping on reindeer skin on blocks of ice and
maybe even getting married in the Ice church.
The Ice Hotel is made entirely of snow and ice
from the nearby Torne River. Construction
starts in November, when the temperature
drops several degrees below freezing.
The hotel closes mid-April, when the sun
begins to melt the hotel back into river and
preparations start immediately for the next
hotel, which will open in December.

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April Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] The Burj Al Arab [/title]

The World’s first Magnificent 7 Star Hotel:

Among its many accolades, Burj Al Arab was the
first project to take the step into the water; it
opened up The Gulf for inhabitation. This
legendary and symbolic hotel has attracted
international attention and awe, ensuring its
place as one of the most photographed
structures in the world, and consistently voted
the world’s most luxurious hotel.
Burj Al Arab, which means the Tower of the
Arabs is a luxury 7-star hotel located in Dubai,
United Arab Emirates. The hotel is located on
an artificial island which is constructed almost
80 meters offshore and is connected to the
mainland by a private curving bridge. The hotel
was built by Said Khalil. At 321 m (1,053 ft), it is
the fourth tallest hotel in the world.
Construction of Burj Al Arab began in 1994. The
project duration was five years, however, the
first three years of the project was used to
reclaim the island while the actual construction
took two years.
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March 2013 Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] The Burj Al Arab[/title]

Among its many accolades, Burj Al Arab was the
first project to take the step into the water; it
opened up The Gulf for inhabitation. This
legendary and symbolic hotel has attracted
international attention and awe, ensuring its
place as one of the most photographed
structures in the world, and consistently voted
the world’s most luxurious hotel.

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Feb 2013 Newsletter

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[title size=”2″] Hotel built in 360 hours[/title]

A Chinese construction company which specialises in
sustainable architecture completed the fastest
building on the planet after putting up a 30-storey
183,000-square-foot hotel in just 15 days, or 360
hours.
The Hotel was built in the Hunan Province, by a
company called Broad Group.
The hotel is so solid that it can resist a 9 magnitude
earthquake, as tested by the China Academy of
Building Research
All the materials were prefabricated and sections built
to specification off-site, so there was very little
wastage.

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