Essay About Burj Khalifa

1180 Words Feb 4th, 2013 5 Pages
Khalifa Tower skyscraper located in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Burj Al Khalifa is the highest building built by man and the tallest tower in the world at altitudes of 828 meters. Began construction in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates September 21, 2004 was the completion of restructuring of State in the first of October 2009, and formally opened on January 4, 2010, to become the world 's highest building immediately replace the Taipei 101 in Taiwan

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The top of the tower includes a balcony view open to the public, and also the highest mosque, the higher the restaurant, and the highest swimming pool, as well as the numbers belonging to components of the tower, which co-implemented by about 12
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160 Number of rooms and luxury suites comprising the tower.
605 meters - height reached by the process of pumping cement, a world record.
504 meters - the distance traveled by the main elevator service in the "tower" Khalifa, who is also a world record.
49 Number of floors for offices, including 12-storey building in the extension office tower.
57 Number of lifts within the tower.
1044 - total number of apartments within the "Tower Khalifa."
3000 - Number of parking underground.
5500 kg - the weight of the load absorbed by the service elevator in the main tower.
31400 metric tons of steel bars used in the structure of "Tower Khalifa."
28,261 - Number of glass panels used in the implementation of the external interface of the "tower" Khalifa and buildings thereto.
15 000 liters - the amount of water that can be collected from refrigeration equipment in the tower to be reused to irrigate the gardens.
900 feet - the length of fountains "Dubai Fountain", the largest fountains adjacent to the tower and the tallest fountains in the world review.
19 hectares - an area of the gardens surrounding the base of the tower.
12 000 - the number of workers who were in the work site during the peak period of the implementation of construction works.

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