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 Burj Khalifa Tower Phaedra Rosengarth, Joseph Barlow, Steve Corrales, Vanthea Chhim, and Kenneth Gottschalk ITT Tech - Lathrop Burj al Khalifa Tower The Burj Khalifa, known as Burj Dubai prior to its inauguration, is a megatall skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the tallest man-made structure in the world, at 829.8 m (2,722 ft). The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is a world-class destination and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, Dubai's new urban masterpiece. Cost...

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Ccst9020 Assignment Brief

Colosseum Great Wall of China Porcelain Tower of Nanjing Hagia Sophia Leaning Tower of Pisa Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa Taj Mahal Other developments Dubai’s World Islands Burj Khalifa Tsing Ma Bridge Chek Lap Kok Airport China Rail Network Industrial World SS Great Eastern Bell Rock Lighthouse Brooklyn Bridge London Sewage System Transcontinental Railroad Panama Canal Hoover Dam Modern World Three Gorges Dam Centair, Japan Channel Tunnel UK-France CN Tower Empire State Building Golden Gate Bridge...

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A Brief Introduction of Dubai

price and reasonable tax system,which is very different from other United Arab Emirates countries. Dubai has recently attracted world attention through many innovative large construction projects such as Burj Khalifa Tower and The Burj Al Arab. Burj Khalifa Tower, also known as Burj Dubai, is currently the tallest building in the world, at eight hundred and twenty eight meters,one hundred and sixty floors,which cost more than 2 billion dollars. And next come to the most luxury hotel...

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Intro speech

of the country that I might not otherwise have the opportunity to see. I always try to do more than just see a baseball game. I go to the local zoos, or museums and tourist attractions. Once, when I went to Toronto I walked the edge walk on the CN Tower, suspended over a 1000 feet in the air. I couldn’t have had a conversation if I wanted to! Another time, I walked the Freedom Trail in Boston. As a man of few words, I didn’t have to say anything to anyone to be able to walk in the footsteps...

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Engineering Disasters

Antenna Tower Collapse. The KVLY-TV mast formally called as KTHI-TV mast is 2,063 ft tall and was completed in 1963. It is the 3rd tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa and Tokyo Skytree. It is made up of steel. The signals at the top of the tower are so strong they can hurt the fillings in a person's teeth. The crew used a vertically-climbing crane to lift each new section of the tower, and the two-section antenna onto the top of the tower. The design is called for 3-legged tower, and as...

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PBCom Tower The Philippine Bank of Communications Tower, more commonly known as PBCom Tower, is an office skyscraper ranked officially as the tallest building in the Philippines since 2000. It has a total ground to architectural top height of 259 metres (850 ft), with 52 storeys [8] including an 8-level radio tower. It is a joint development of Filinvest Asia Corporation (FAC) and the Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCom). The building is the home of PBCom, one of the oldest Philippine banks...

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Burj Khalifa Composition

Smith's vision of the iconic tower. Burj Khalifa comprises a record-breaking 330,000 cubic metres (11.6 million cubic feet) of concrete; 39,000 m/t of reinforced steel; 103,000 square metres (1.1 million square feet) of glass; and, 15,500 square metres (166,800 square feet) of embossed stainless steel. It took 22 million man hours to build the tower. More than 12,000 people worked on-site at any given time during the building of Burj Khalifa. 3 A truly mixed-use tower, Burj Khalifa comprises 171...

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Construction of Beowulf Tower

braking news Construction of Beowulf Tower As the last wish of our late beloved lord Beowulf, construction of the Beowulf tower has began. The tower will built in the place as the dragon’s tower, that was demolished last month. One of Beowulf’s famous last words were “ ... build it here, at the waters edge,high on this spit of land so sailors can see this tower, and remember my name and call it Beowulf’s tower.”(lines 1027-103) So to honor this request the tower will be built high until it touches...

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My Favorite Sity

second reason is Toronto is good place to find a decent job. It is one of the famous places in Toronto because its world"tms tallest free standing building which is located in Downtown. It"tms one of the most dramatic ways of seeing the world from the CN Tower. You can enjoy the view from the either closed or far to watching places. Finally, Toronto has many interesting places for tourists. Air Canada Centeris great stadium which is built for sports to played in, especially for hockey and basketball. As...

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Burj Dubai

the project. Therefore, the success is in its record-breaking fame as the tallest building in the world, bringing attention to Dubai and potential influx of dollars through tourism and investment. Value is given to residents and occupants of the tower, through the amazing service amenities and access to luxurious dining, parks, and entertainment, as well as access to a thriving and desirable downtown Dubai destination. Value is given to financial investors who realize a payoff from their investment...

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