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WONDER OF DUBAI- BURJ KHALIFA WORLD’S TALLEST BUILDING Fun fact: Leaving all the people outside
WONDER OF DUBAI- BURJ KHALIFA
WONDER OF DUBAI-
BURJ KHALIFA

WORLD’S TALLEST BUILDING Fun fact: Leaving all the people outside and clearing the building totally, Burj Khalifa still weighs 500,000 tons.

Fun fact: Leaving all the people outside and clearing the building totally, Burj Khalifa still weighs
Khalifa.
Khalifa.

The Burj Khalifa height is a staggering 828 meters (2716.5 feet) tall, soaring over Dubai.

828 meters (2716.5 feet) tall, soaring over Dubai. It’s three times as tall as the Eiffel

It’s three times as tall as the Eiffel Tower and nearly twice as tall as the Empire State Building.

Laid end to end, its pieces stretch over a quarter of the way around the world. It’s

cloud-piercing height is certainly one of the most impressive facts about Burj

Project Overview Dubai tower, is the tallest skyscraper in the world with height of 828m,

Project Overview

Dubai tower, is the tallest skyscraper in the world with height of 828m, it’s consisted

Dubai tower, is the tallest skyscraper in the world with height of 828m, it’s consisted of 164 stories in total. Its construction was 6 years long and it started on September 2004 and was accomplished in October

 

2009.

The tower includes residential units, offices, hotels and residential apartments.

The tower includes residential units, offices, hotels and residential apartments.

The project was planned by Dubai’s government with the purpose of becoming a hub for

The project was planned by Dubai’s government with the purpose of becoming a hub for finance, trade and tourism in the Middle East.

Otis which provided Burj Khalifa with 57 elevators and 8 escalators.

Otis which provided Burj Khalifa with 57 elevators and 8 escalators.

the elevators are considered the fastest in the world with speed of 9 meters per

the elevators are considered the fastest in the world with speed of 9 meters per second.

Project Overview

Location: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Location:
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai, United
Arab Emirates
Starting Date: September 2004
Starting Date:
September 2004

Planning Process

The project was envisioned by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Vice-President and
The project was envisioned by His Highness Sheikh
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Vice-President and
Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai
Developed by Emaar Properties of Dubai, project almost entirely funded by the government.
Developed by Emaar Properties of Dubai,
project almost entirely funded by the government.
Burj Khalifa was built at a cost of $1.5 billion
Burj Khalifa was built at a cost of $1.5 billion

Human Resources

1
1
The Human Resources assigned to the project:
The Human
Resources
assigned to the
project:
2 380 skilled engineers and on- site technicians.
2
380 skilled
engineers and on-
site technicians.
3
3
7,500 skilled workers employed at the construction site.
7,500 skilled
workers employed
at the construction
site.

Human Resources

1
1
Turner Construction Company: Project Manager : Christopher Harris.
Turner Construction
Company: Project
Manager : Christopher
Harris.
2 Hyder Consulting: Rob Pickering, Project Manager Contractor.
2
Hyder Consulting: Rob
Pickering, Project
Manager Contractor.
3
3
Samsung Engineering & Construction built the tower in a joint venture with Besix from Belgium
Samsung Engineering &
Construction built the
tower in a joint venture
with Besix from Belgium
and Arabtec from UAE.
Monitoring and improving the project ■ Structural Health Monitoring Program and Network (SHM): To measure

Monitoring and

improving the project

Structural Health Monitoring Program and Network (SHM): To measure the sustainability of The tower ,during construction process , and also after tower occupation .

Building acceleration at all levels

Wind profile along the building height at most balcony areas, including wind speed & direction

Building dynamic frequencies

Work Breakdown Structure ■ With more than 5000 consultants, and 7500 skilled workers, and seventy-eight

Work Breakdown

Structure

With more than 5000 consultants, and 7500 skilled workers, and seventy-eight companies working on the same project, traditional ways of communication were absolutely impossible, for this reason, a software was used by all

project participants, the software is called Prolog, it’s a web

based scheduler. Thus, Communication among parties and

project planners was achieved through this software.

Work Breakdown Structure ■ With more than 5000 consultants, and 7500 skilled workers, and seventy-eight

Work Breakdown

Structure

With more than 5000 consultants, and 7500 skilled workers, and seventy-eight companies working on the same project, traditional ways of communication were absolutely impossible, for this reason, a software was used by all

project participants, the software is called Prolog, it’s a web

based scheduler. Thus, Communication among parties and

project planners was achieved through this software.

Work Breakdown Structure-

Main Contractors

1
1
Samsung Engineering, Besix and Arabtec.
Samsung
Engineering, Besix
and Arabtec.
2 3 They were selected from upon 7 Sharing a joint venture contract contenders. worth
2
3
They were selected
from upon 7
Sharing a joint
venture contract
contenders.
worth of 876 million $.
4
4
There was also additional eleven contractors with other responsibilities, and three sub-contractors.
There was also
additional eleven
contractors with other
responsibilities, and
three sub-contractors.

Work Breakdown Structure-

Supervision Consultant Engineer

1
1
Hyder was the architectural supervisor.
Hyder was the
architectural supervisor.
2 They made the infrastructure and master planning of Burj Dubai downtown.
2
They made the
infrastructure and master
planning of Burj Dubai
downtown.
3
3
They created structural and mechanical engineering plans of Burj Dubai fountain and lake.
They created structural
and mechanical
engineering plans of Burj
Dubai fountain and lake.

Construction Project Manager:

Turner Construction & Grocon Construction

Manager: Turner Construction & Grocon Construction Grocon played the role of the founding advisor of Burj
Grocon played the role of the founding advisor of Burj Khalifa
Grocon played the role of the founding
advisor of Burj Khalifa
Provided consulting expertise and controlling the cash flows and schedules to ensure the effectiveness of
Provided consulting expertise and
controlling the cash flows and
schedules to ensure the effectiveness
of the work that was on going

Risks were involved/ how do they get solved?

The UAE underreports construction worker heat- related deaths in hospitals.
The UAE underreports construction worker heat-
related deaths in hospitals.
In response, the Ministry of Labor issued a decree in June 2005 banning outdoor work
In response, the Ministry of Labor issued a decree in
June 2005 banning outdoor work between the hours
of 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. during July and August

Project Termination

Schedule
Schedule
Is the project completed on time?
Is the project
completed on
time?
Costing Scope Did the project fit into their cost plan? Was the project able to
Costing
Scope
Did the project fit
into their cost plan?
Was the project
able to reach the
planned size?
Schedule ■ January 2004 Excavation started ■ February 2004 Piling started ■ March 2005 Superstructure

Schedule

January 2004 Excavation started

February 2004 Piling started

March 2005 Superstructure started

June 2006 Level 50 reached

January 2007 Level 100 reached

March 2007 Level 110 reached

April 2007 Level 120 reached

May 2007 Level 130 reached

July 2007 Level 141 reached - world's tallest building

September 2007 Level 150 reached - world's tallest free-standing structure

April 2008 Level 160 reached - world's tallest man-made structure

January 2009 Completion of spire - Burj Khalifa tops out

September 2009 Exterior cladding competed

January 2010 Official launch ceremony

Costing ■ The project fits perfectly into the planned cost, as it was supposed to

Costing

The project fits perfectly into the planned cost, as it was supposed to be $1.5 billion

Scope

Tallest building in the world

Tallest free-standing structure in the world

Highest number of stories in the world

Highest occupied floor in the world

Highest outdoor observation deck in the world

Elevator with the longest travel distance in the world

Tallest service elevator in the world

Lessons from the Construction of the Burj Khalifa ■ Develop and maintain a vision to

Lessons from the Construction of

the Burj Khalifa

Develop and maintain a vision to motivate everybody and to reject the status quo. The unwavering vision behind the Burj Khalifa inspired the project team to go beyond the known limits – increasing the building’s height and implementing still-unproven processes and technologies.

Assemble and experienced, best-in-class team to drive innovation. The

Burj Khalifa project did not compromise on excellence. The handpicked expert team had the effect of maximizing knowledge transfer, optimizing logistics management, exploiting prefabrication to the full and facilitating expert collaboration.

Collaborate closely with suppliers to develop, test and implement

innovations. The expertise of the various partners was invoked as early as the planning phase, to enable pre-emptive modifications and avert costly

reworks.

Engage regulatory authorities early on to speed up the approval process. The Burj Khalifa project team, being so experienced, promptly

approached and negotiated with the relevant Dubai government agencies

and utilities providers to expedite the official go-ahead and overcome any

subsequent obstacles that might arise.

Conclusion

The successful completion of the Burj Khalifa tower is mainly attributed to the adoption of
The successful completion of the Burj Khalifa tower is mainly attributed to the
adoption of latest construction technology, construction materials and Auto-climbing
formwork in addition to the excellent Project Quality Plan, which encompasses
Logistics plan, Equipment Plan, Spire Erection plan and consistently adhering to
Inspection Test plans for materials, equipment, and work inspections.
The Burj Khalifa Tower becomes an objective evidence of “Quality Icon”, which demonstrates the construction
The Burj Khalifa Tower becomes an objective evidence of “Quality Icon”, which
demonstrates the construction of an Ultra High skyscraper which meets all the
technological and constructional challenges and stands as a benchmark for future
construction of super ultra-high skyscrapers.
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