Updated September 27, 2018 12:42:15Paris’ tallest tower is undergoing a refurbishment that will make it safer for pedestrians and tourists to visit, but some fears remain over its safety.
Key points:Paris eiffeling tower has undergone a refurbishments to make it safe for people to visitParis’ skyline has also seen a rise in tower heightParis eifel tower has seen a spike in tower building and construction.
A team of French architects and engineers has completed work on the top of the Eiffel Tower to make the structure more safe for pedestrians, cyclists and visitors to enjoy.
It was originally built in 1929 to commemorate the centenary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, but has since seen a dramatic rise in height, and is now more than 2.6 kilometres tall.
Construction of the project began in the early 2020s, and the final step of the process is to make all parts of the tower safe for visitors.
The French Government has also pledged to create a “safety zone” in the Eifel Tower so that it can be accessed for those who are in a heightened state of alert.
“The building has undergone significant changes, especially in the past couple of years,” Mr Lecomte, the general contractor, told News.au.
“It is in a very good condition, but we need to protect it and we need a lot of protection for the visitors and the people who use it,” he said.
“We need to make sure the building is safe and secure, so it is safe for everybody.”
He said the project would now move forward in phases.
“This project has been an incredible undertaking,” Mr Goyens said.
He said safety was the number one priority, and that he hoped the project could take off.
“I think this is a good thing for our city,” he added.
“People want to see Paris as the greatest city in the world, so we have to have safe places to walk and take our children to.”
Construction of Eiffels Tower began in 2019The work to refurbish the EIFEL Tower began at the end of last year.
The new roof was installed on the new facades of the building in November and is due to be finished in early 2021.
A number of other elements of the structure, including the tower’s roof, were also installed.
Work to complete the facades will begin in early 2020.
The project is funded by a number of private and public donors.
The first phase of work has also been completed.
Mr Goyes said he hoped a similar refurbishment would take place for the EIFFEL Tower’s roof in 2024.
He also said the new roof would not only ensure it is protected for future visitors, but would also ensure that the building’s façade was in good condition and could be used for future construction.
“When the roof is finished, it will be a really good and very safe place for visitors,” he explained.
“Paris is a city of a lot more people, so the building will be more accessible to everybody, not just tourists.”
A number will be able to visit the Eiffs at a time, he said, but a new tower would be opened every week.
“You will have a place for people who come from the north and from the south, or from the west and from north-south, but not everyone will come here,” he noted.
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