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Buro Happold/Lifschutz Davidson

Buro Happold is equipping each of its Halley 6 live-work units with 16 up-down only legs. Powerful 'Brunelian' screw jacks will enable adhesion between its snow shoes and the ice to be easily broken and help get all eight feet to the same level, says team leader and Buro Happold partner Ian Liddell.

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