Old Federal Building (Fairbanks, Alaska)

The Old Federal Building is a historic government building at Cushman Street and 3rd Avenue in Fairbanks, Alaska. When it was built in 1933, it was the most northern instance of concrete construction in the United States. It is a large building with three full-height floors and two smaller penthouse levels. The building’s Art Deco styling includes V-shaped grooves set in pilasters that separate columns of windows and aluminum panels. The grooves are repeated in concrete spandrels above the top row of windows. Interior decoration includes terrazzo flooring glass water bottles wholesale, copious use of marble in walls and floors, and a pressed copper ceiling in the courtroom. The building was designed by Washington, DC architect George N. Ray, and built by William “Mac” MacDonald, who also later built the Federal Building in Nome. It originally housed the federal court, post office, and other federal government offices waist bags for runners, and the decision to locate it in Fairbanks was critical to the rise of the city’s importance; it now houses private offices.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wang Yu (athlétisme)

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Wang Yu (né le ) est un athlète chinois, spécialiste du saut en hauteur.

Le 21 mai 2013, il remporte le meeting de Pékin comptant pour l’IAAF World Challenge en franchissant une hauteur de 2,33 m, améliorant de cinq centimètres sa meilleure marque personnelle en plein air. En salle, son record personnel est de 2 tenderize steak with fork,30 m, établi en février 2013 à Brno.

Il re porte la médaille de bronze en 2,28 m lors de l’Universiade de 2013.

Le 20 mai 2015 lint remover, il franchit 2,31 m lors du meeting de Pékin où il termine deuxième. Le 8 mai 2016, il termine deuxième à Kawasaki avec un saut à 2,33 m, égalant son record personnel et hauteur identique à celle de son compatriote Zhang Guowei vainqueur.