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Arrow DUBAI | Burj Khalifah (Burj Dubai) | 828 M / 2,716.5 FT - Pinnacle | 162 FLOORS

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Height: 808m (2650ft)
Floors: 162
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Developer: EMAAR Properties
General Contractor: Samsung Construction Company
Construction Companies: Arab Technical Construction Co. & Besix

- An observation deck will be located on the 124th floor

- Scheduled to be opened on 30th December 2008

- Will have the fastest elevators in the world with a speed of 700m/min (42.3 kmh / 26.1 mph)





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Contractors to think again as Burj Dubai gains floors

Contractors tendering for the Burj Dubai construction contract have confirmed that they have been asked to re-tender for what will be the world’s tallest tower. This action is said to have been taken because of a design revision.

Construction Week was told that the design revision involves a reduction of the spire structure on the top of the tower so that more floors of useable space can be accommodated.

The official reason for the change is still unclear, but it purports to increase the total leaseable area in the tower and so will improve Emaar’s return on investment, one of the contractors said. He was speaking on condition of anonymity.

Past experience in cities around the world has shown that high-rise construction is notoriously expensive and many question the financial viability of building super tall buildings, especially when there is an abundance of flat land to build on, as is the case in Dubai. However, Emaar Properties, the developer, believes that it will not only be financially viable, but also represents a major engineering feat to build to a height not yet attempted by mankind. It believes that the tower, complemented by surrounding structures, will make an attractive proposition for not only the developer and residents, but also bring tourism inflow to Dubai and the country.

“With the Burj Dubai, we are creating a new architectural benchmark for global property developers and contributing towards the growth of Dubai as a leading tourist destination,” says Mohamed Ali Alabbar, Emaar chairman in the company’s 2004 yearbook.

Emaar claims that Burj Dubai will not only be the tallest tower in the world, but “so much more.” It will combine residential and commercial units, hotel, entertainment and leisure outlets with open green spaces, water features, pedestrian boulevards, an ‘old town’ and one of the world’s largest shopping malls, which Emaar claims, will make the complex a successful project.

In June, Construction Week reported that the original drawings that went out as part of the tender documents showed that the tower would be 704.9 m, making it the world’s tallest by a considerable margin. Since then rumours have suggested that the tower may well end up even taller, with some citing 810 m as the final height. Emaar has been understandably tight-lipped about the height of the proposed tower.

Although the new design change is significant, it is not yet certain whether it will affect the building’s final height. It is more likely that the revision will delay the award of the main contract. Contractors were hoping that an announcement would be made by the end of this month. The industry believes that that construction of the tower could still be on schedule. It was launched in February 2003 and is expected to be finished in 2007.

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Burj to boost Dubai: Mohammed


Dubai : General Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Minister of Defence, said the Dh10 billion Burj Dubai project due to be completed in about three years was highly feasible, and that the new landmark would set the emirate firmly into positioning itself as a major international business and tourism hub.

"Such a project must be feasible," he told journalists last evening as he toured the Burj Dubai site. "It is a public shareholder company, and the investors are savvy enough to realise the potential of this project."

He noted the project is attracting considerable investor interest.

Shaikh Mohammad said as he witnessed the pouring of cement for the Burj Dubai, that he valued the vision of President His Highness Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan in supporting projects that would keep the country's eyes fixed on future prosperity for its citizens and residents alike. "We have accomplished only 10 per cent of the projects we intend to accomplish," he added. Mohammad Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Properties, which is building the project, said Burj Dubai, which will be the world's tallest building, will include the tower, a huge shopping mall and a Heritage City. "The tower and the mall will cost more than Dh7 billion, and the Heritage City more than Dh2 billion."

He said that a feasibility study projected an annualised 15 per cent rate of return on total investment. Alabbar revealed there was high demand from international and local business leaders for the prime property which will be built in central Dubai.

Demand is particularly heavy from Europe and East Asia. "At present, the tower is designed to be around 800 metres tall, but we can always push that up to 950 metres," he noted.

He said 50 per cent of the project will be offered to international firms, while the balance will be marketed locally. "The architecture is given to DP Company from Singapore," he added.

Alabbar said this was a momentous day for Dubai. "With its scale and magnitude, the Burj Dubai is set to change the face of the city forever. For Emaar, it represents the next stage of growth, and will be the base for our developments that will follow."

The pouring of the cement for Burj Dubai yesterday ends the first phase of the construction and marks the beginning of the next defining stage that will see the structure begin to rise over the Dubai skyline.

Chicago-based Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) are the architects and Turner International, the project and construction managers.

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Emaar sells 500 apartments in Burj Dubai Tower

DUBAI - Property Major Emaar has begun the sales of apartments in Burj Dubai Tower which will be the world's tallest building on completion in 2007, according to sources.


“The company has adopted a completely different approach to sales of Burj Dubai apartments by inviting potential buyers for exclusive viewing and direct sales. So far the company has sold more than 500 apartments in the Middle level,” the source said.

The going prices for these apartments are in the range of Dh2.9 million to Dh3.1 million. The rates are likely to go up as the response has been extremely positive, the source added. Emaar had sent out invitations to VIPs in the UAE late last month and the first round of visits and sales were organised earlier this week.

More of such exclusive viewing for VIPs are expected to take place during this month. The Burj Dubai Development will be a mixed-use community combining commercial, residential, entertainment shopping and leisure outlets with wide open green spaces and lakes.

In addition to the world's tallest development, the Burj Dubai development includes Dubai Mall, billed to be the world's largest shopping mall. According to initial estimates, Burj Dubai is expected to cost Dh4 billion and the Dubai Mall Dh2.6 billion.

The 500-acre Burj Dubai development which will encompass the Burj Dubai Tower will be larger than the down towns of New York or London. The entire neighbourhood will host more than 35,000 residents.

“The exclusivity of the Burj Dubai Tower and the most modern amenities offered are attracting a large number of wealthy individuals from the region and around the world to invest in Burj Dubai Tower apartments,” the source added.

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Who is to build the Burj?

Construction Week has learned that the main contractor for the world’s tallest tower has been finalised and that the announcement is to be made within the month.
It is likely to be a major local firm in joint venture with foreign partners.

Meanwhile, the main contractor for what is being positioned as the world’s largest shopping mall has taken up position at the site from 21st October.

After longer than anticipated evaluation process, the much-awaited Dhs2.7 billion Dubai Mall’s construction contract was awarded to the joint venture partnership of Dutco Balfour Beatty-Al Ghandi & Consolidated Contractors International Company (DBB/AG & CCC).

The industry is now expecting the award of the construction contract for the Burj Dubai that is proposed by developer Emaar Properties as not only the world’s tallest tower - but by far the tallest tower. Its nearest competitor, the Taipei 101 is 509 m while Burj Dubai is likely to be 300 m higher at around 810 m.

Work on Dubai Mall, which is one of the four elements of the Burj Dubai complex, has already started with piling works by Dutch Foundations being well advanced. These are scheduled to finish early next year, according to Emaar officials. The other main elements are the tower, the Residences and the Old Town, all clustered around a manmade lake.

Though the names of the shortlisted consortia were not made public, it is understood that Emaar had invited eight partnerships to bid for the Dubai Mall main construction contract. The industry was expecting the announcement of the contract for both the Dubai Mall and the Burj Dubai by the end of August. Dubai Mall is being positioned by developer Emaar as the world’s largest shopping mall.

Emaar said the contract to build the world’s largest retail development comprising 1.2 million m2 of gross space featuring 500 000 m2 of retail space, is worth Dhs2.7 billion. The project is to be completed by 2007.

Turner Construction International is Emaar’s project manager for The Dubai Mall. DPA Singapore is the mall’s architects while Meinhardt is the engineering consultant.

“Emaar has signed the joint venture partnership of DBB-AG & CCC to be their main contractors in the development of The Dubai Mall. Dutco Balfour Beatty has proved its merit on a number of our projects currently in various stages of development and we feel they have the capacity to deliver,” said Issam Galadari, Emaar properties executive director projects. “We will also shortly be nominating contractors for the Mall’s mechanical, electrical and plumbing works.”

The Burj Dubai development will incorporate, among other things the world’s tallest tower, the world’s largest retail development, a vast man-made lake, a distinctive landscaped park, a boulevard, an upscale residential complex, a seven-star boutique hotel and a town that takes residents back into the Arabia of old.

“This is no ordinary mall. There are design elements that will require great expertise. Our designers and engineers have ensured all factors flow in tandem with the overall design, look and feel of this unique mall which is indeed going to offer a lifestyle experience which goes beyond mere shopping,” Galadari added.

The Dubai Mall boasts many attractions including the world’s largest indoor Gold Souq, several food courts, Waterfront Atrium, Fountain Oasis, a dedicated high fashion area, Olympic sized ice-rink, The Aquarium and Kiddy Land.

Landscaped gardens and parklands with water features will add to the charm of the mall. In terms of convenience, some 15 000 parking spaces are planned. On completion, the mall hopes to attract 35 million visitors in the first full year of business, with a growth of 20% to 30% a year.

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If you visit this website www.burjdubai.com and go to the flash section , you will notice this photo pop up interesting eh




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Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM), the architectural company behind Burj Dubai, is to highlight the benefits of 'Supertall' buildings during the Cityscape event, opening in Dubai tomorrow.

The number of skyscrapers are also set to increase in the dramatically in the Middle East as prestigious projects such as the Burj Dubai capture the public's imagination, the company said.

The company believes the region is a prime location for more skyscrapers due to the availability of land, stable geology, and strong financial backing for such developments.

Adrian Smith, consulting design partner for SOM and the designer of the Burj Dubai, will be a key speaker on super tall structures at Cityscape.

He will present a case study on the design and engineering of the Burj Dubai as well as what the future holds for the design of tall structures.

The Cityscape event, organised by IIR, will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre complex until Wednesday.

'The Middle East is turning to building supertall buildings as they help to resolve much needed office and accommodation shortages, and serve as a widely recognizable icon of their city and country,' said Adrian Smith.

'We are now witnessing strong interest from many countries across the region who want to develop their own iconic buildings as an impetus for future building growth and economic development,' added Smith, who will be speaking about supertall structures at the Cityscape conference - the premier property investment and development event - taking place later this month in Dubai.

The Burj Dubai will be the world's tallest building and will reflect Dubai's status as a major international business and tourism hub.

The height of the tower, while still undisclosed, will exceed 610 metres and will be significantly taller than any building that is completed or currently under construction.

Smith has designed some of the world's most famous construction projects, including the Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai, China's tallest building, and the Tower Palace III in Seoul, South Korea, the world's tallest residential building.

'The Burj Dubai will catapult both Dubai and the UAE onto the world stage,' said IIR conference director Shabnam Rawal.

'Adrian Smith is an expert in the field, having worked on two of the world's five tallest structures, and delegates at Cityscape will be able to hear his insights on superstructures and the exciting plans for Burj Dubai.'

Smith is just one of over 70 speakers at the Cityscape 2004 Conference - the region's premier property investment and development event - taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre.

Running alongside this world-class conference is the Cityscape 2004 exhibition, which this year will attract more than 5,000 leading international figures from the real estate industry.

Cityscape is a networking event that attracts regional and international architects, property development professionals and global institutional investors to an annual showcase that celebrates the very best in Commercial Architecture, Property Design and Development.

The event as a whole attracts major investors from the international arena, looking for new projects and opportunities for development.-




Photo of the burj Dubai taken by SA BOY over at ssc while visiting the cityscape in Dubai

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Dr. Mahatir Mohamad at the Burj Dubai Development.

Dr. Mahatir is on a private visit to Dubai.

Dr. Mahatir was accompanied by Mohamed Ali Alabbar, Chairman of Emaar Properties who led the high profile visitor through the innovative Burj Dubai Presentation Centre which houses the scaled model of the tower, a model apartment, and a simulation of what the views will be like from the upper reaches of the Burj Dubai.

Dr. Mahatir also visited The Old Town Sales Centre and The Dubai Mall Leasing Centre.

Dr. Mahatir, who stepped down as Malaysia's premier after 22 years in power was later given a presentation on various Emaar projects including the Arabian Ranches and Dubai Marina.

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If you want to get an idea of how tall this tower will be, check this out.




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Some interesting and obvious facts of BD.

It will be higher to the top floor than the CN Tower and even the proposed Freedom Tower are to their antennas.

It will surpass KVLY mast in North Dakota as the tallest structure on earth giving it a title of tallest structure on earth and making its' "World's Tallest Building" title absolutely undisputed.

Interesting note. BD will also have surpassed the Warsawa Radio Mast in Konstantinow, Poland, which had fallen in a wind storm, and had a height of 646m or 2,120 ft. This would make BD the tallest man made structure ever.

At this point I feel that this building would be just over 800m. In many posts for the last year and a half when many were saying 580m, 650m, 705m, I was maintaining a height of at "at least 800m."

The final surprise may be when Emaar may announce a height closer to that 950m mark or maybe the MIGHTY 1KM! This building will probably have 200 floors.

They would have to disclose some final height to the tenders so that a proper and accurate bid would be offered. Maybe the contract may include secrecy by the winning bidder as to the final height. I feel that Emaar should forget the childish games and be professional by announcing a final height. The foundation is already at grade now. A final height would have to be known.
     
     
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Emaar Properties today announced that Samsung Corporation, the Korean group, has been appointed the main contractor for its iconic Burj Dubai tower



Mohamed Ali Alabbar, Chairman Emaar Properties and Kim Kye Ho, Executive Vice President Samsung Corporation shake hands following the announcement of the contract to build the Burj Dubai.

The signature concrete and steel tower is set to become the tallest structure in the world and will be the centerpiece of Emaar's prestigious Downtown Dubai development.

The Burj Dubai tower is part of the US$8 billion 500-acre Downtown Dubai Development, which on completion will become the Middle East's finest urban development in terms of design and lifestyle.

The contract was awarded to Samsung following an 11-month bidding process that began earlier this year and involved tender bids from major global contractors.

The excavating, piling work and raft foundation for this global architectural landmark has been completed and construction of the Tower from ground up will now be taken up by Samsung, a huge step forward in the progress of the building. Chicago-based Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) designed the Tower and Turner Construction International is the project and construction manager.

Samsung Corporation has been involved in the construction of numerous high-rise structures around the world and Samsung Group, its parent company, is the Fortune ranked 14th largest company in the world.

Mohamed Ali Alabbar, Chairman of Emaar Properties, said: 'Samsung Corporation has been awarded this contract because it matches Emaar's global quality standards and processes which have become benchmarks for real estate developers around the world. The company has an impeccable reputation and unrivalled expertise in constructing tall towers.

'Samsung Corporation's appointment is a defining moment and the Tower is set to rise and change the face of Dubai. The Tower represents the next stage of growth for Emaar and will be the basis for future developments and act as signpost for the ambitions of the region.'

A formal ceremony was held on the Burj Dubai site on September 20, 2004 when the concrete pouring operation for the Tower's raft foundation was witnessed by His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Minister of Defence.

The Tower will combine residential and commercial space, and will include a boutique hotel, recreational facilities, serviced residences, apartments and an observatory. Its unique mix of functional modernist surfaces and decorative form contains abstract references to regional and cultural influences. The Tower's base rises upward in a series of steps, providing a graceful transition as the structure ascends.

The Tower is composed of three elements arranged around a central core. As it rises from the flat desert base, each element is set back in an upward-spiraling helical pattern, decreasing the mass of the tower as it reaches toward the sky and thereby decreasing the wind effects.

A high performance exterior cladding system will be employed to withstand the extreme temperatures during Dubai's summer months. Primary materials include reflective glazing, aluminum and textured stainless steel panels and vertical stainless tubular fins accentuating the height and slenderness of the Tower.

The Burj Dubai and The Dubai Mall are part of the Middle East region's finest urban development, the Burj Dubai District. Located within the 500-acre development, the two awe inspiring buildings are surrounded by lakes and landscaped gardens; The Boulevard, a 3.5km long parade bordered by buildings that draw on a range of styles from around the world; The Residences' exclusive up-market apartments; and the stylish antiquity of The Old Town.
     
     
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But is it possible to build something like that in 3 years? btw, I don't like Samsung.
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Finally the world's first megatall. This will easily be the most exciting building going up. I wonder when we could expect to start seeing the building going over the fences.

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that first rendering is very nice. the ground level around that main street has Rodeo Drive potential imo.
     
     
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will it become a terrorist target ???
     
     
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I really do hope so , i love it when volcanoes errupt , so the BD going down with all the dust and fire + great sound effect ( people screaming and metal meeting concrete) Oh wow , i`m getting excited already

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it looks just like Donalds Trumps planned building for Chicago. I wonder who had the design first ?
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^The same architect, Adrian Smith, designed both buildings... at around the same time.
     
     
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some ppl say that Emaar is one of the Bin Laden's bussiness, is that true ?
     
     
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