432 Park Avenue is an upscale residential project in Manhattan, also the tallest of its kind in the western hemisphere. This unique project designed by Rafael Viñoly required excellent performance on structural stability, construction efficiency and sustainability using cast-in-place white concrete technology. The building is 1,396-feet (425.5 m) high with 96 stories and adjacent to Central Park, Rockefeller Center and Broadway, together they form part of Manhattan’s urban skyline. The crowded location determines the building's extremely thin and elongated image, occupying a very small area with only 93 square feet.
White Cement Product
Building / Residential Structural
Ready mix concrete (RMC) / Cast in-situ concrete
White Cast-In-Place Concrete Structure