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Work is progressing on Europe's tallest structure in Moscow, where Meva formwork is being used to help build the Mirax Federation Tower. The twin-tower skyscrapers (inset) are due for completion next year by Turkish contractor Ant Yapi and will reach a height of 342 m and 240 m alongside a core spire which will hit 440 m.