A Proud Sponsor: Miami High-Rise Expo

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A Proud Sponsor: Miami High-Rise Expo

An event curated by the University of Miami School of Architecture.

10/06/2017

   Over the past few months, we at Americaribe have been assisting the University of Miami School Architecture with preparation of their Miami High Rise expo.  The expo highlights the evolution of the high-rise culture within Miami, as well as highlighting the innovative technologies that have risen with it. 
 
   As one of the main sponsors, Americaribe has contributed content that has helped in fleshing out the final result of the expo, from graphics to short videos that will play on the show floor, including highlights of the Brickell City Center located here in Miami. Americaribe also contributed content that concentrates on the new technologies of ‘Rising Crane/Formwork’ and ‘Modular Construction’.  Over the next coming weeks, articles will be posted as an extension of this expo to focus exclusively on these technologies, from explanations to real-world examples.
 
   The show will take place from October 6, 2017 to December 12, 2017, at the Miami Center for Architecture Design.  An opening reception will officially take place on October 14, 2017, while Americaribe will be hosting its’ own sponsor-specific event on December 7th, 2017.  The theme involves a more in-depth discussion on the innovation behind the ‘Modular Construction’ technology.
 
   The aforementioned events will each have their own set of free refreshments and catering, so if you are in the Miami area with some free time, indulge yourself at the Miami High Rise Expo!  By the end of the day, you may walk out there learning something new.  More info about our sponsor-specific event will be posted as the months go on.

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