Highest Skyscraper in The World will Stand – Dubai Creek Harbour
Highest Skyscraper in The World will Stand – Dubai Creek Harbour. Candidates for the highest skyscraper in the world of Dubai Creek Harbour will be ready to stand. Because the building workmanship Emaar Properties, developer of Dubai, United Arab Emirates confirmed it has completed the test of the wind.
Not only the strength of the wind, but also the forces of nature, especially the land should be stronger when it must sustain a Mega structure rather than merely aesthetic interest.
Under this thinking, namely the Dubai-based developer Emaar Properties has confirmed that they have completed the advanced wind test tower in Dubai Creek Harbour, stated 100 meters higher than the Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest skyscraper at 828 meters.
As reported from www.thenational.ae, test the wind is very important in determining the final altitude and other design aspects. While the architect Santiago Calatrava Valls said, an important component is the structural design stage. “We have used innovative techniques to add strength to the new icon,” he said.
The test involved 12 different analyzes and testing methods to ensure that all cases can be resolved. This was done on the entire project using a scale model. As part of the climate tests in the local area, do measurements taken at different heights, including data provided by the weather station.
“Seismic studies were also performed on the soil conditions to ensure maximum safety and stability of the building. The design also includes several towers and a system of shock absorbers system located at the point and different heights,” he said.
The tower was described by the Chairman of Emaar Mohammed Alabbar as an ambitious project that the design and scale have not been there that require high precision engineering in all aspects.
The project will cover 6 square kilometers for the whole complex area. The Tower includes 679 million square meters of residential space, 851,000 square meters of commercial property, 22 hotels with 4,400 rooms and 11.1 million square meters of retail.
The Tower will have an observation deck, VIP garden and a balcony. Scheduled. Construction costs reached $ 1 billion.