夜夜干就要干得得干中国官方再次发出优化营商环境“动员令”

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  眼看著巨人的餐刀直奔他的肋下而來,金日大叫著,大吼著,嚎哭著,用自己能想到的所有詞匯哀求巨人放過他。   他這個人沒心沒肺的,別人對他再好他都認為是應該的,唯獨不能容忍你吃虧。夜夜干   原本神經緊張的護衛們在看到老虎脖子下面的玉牌,就立刻松懈了下來。就要干   李敢有些可惜的道︰“你怎麼就不能常駐這里呢?”   幾十年下來,項氏族人被陵衛們殺光了,結果呢,陵衛們也死傷殆盡。得得干   這就是愚蠢了。
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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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