Burj Khalifa - World's tallest tower building in Dubai | Emaar Properties

Burj Khalifa World's tallest tower building in Dubai (approximately 828 meters -2,716.5 feet) developed by Emaar Properties

Main Elements of Burj Khalifa - Burj Khalifa Dubai (160 Floors) is the state of art in building design and a combination of several important technological and structural design methods innovation have resulted in superstructure the is both efficient and robust.
Big talk about foundation - The super building is supported by large reinforced concrete mat (3.7 meter thick and was constructed in separate pours totaling 12,500 cubic meters of concrete and 1.5 diameter x 43 meter long piles) and bored reinforced concrete piles.
Grade access Podium - Grade access podium allowing three different side to three different levels of building.
Super Exterior - Cladding exterior is comprised of reflective glazing with aluminum and textured stainless steel Spandrel panels and stainless steel vertical tubular fins. Close to 26 thousand Glass.
System Structural of Building - In More about to its aesthetic and functional advantages, the spiraling 'Y' shaped plan was utilized to shape the structural core of Burj Dubai. It is also a very efficient structure in that gravity load resisting system has been utilized so as to maximize its use in resisting lateral loads.
Telescopic Spire - Burj Dubai telescopic comprised of more than 4 thousand tons of structural steel. The telescopic spire was constructed from inside the building and jacked to its full height of over 200 meters(700) with a hydraulic pump. This is also a point to securing Burj Dubai's place as the world's tallest structure.
Floors - Seven double-storey height mechanical floor House the equipment Distributed around every 30 storey's And have sub-stations, water tanks and pumps, air-handling units.
Washing Bays - Access for tower's exterior for both window washing and façade maintenance is provided by 18 permanently installed track and fixed telescopic, cradle equipped, building maintenance Units. Under normal conditions, with all building maintenance units in operation, it will take three to four months to clean the exterior façade.
Broadcasting floors - The top four floors have been reserved for communications and broadcasting.
Fire safety - Fire safety and speed of evacuation were prime factors in the design of world's tallest tower.
Concrete surrounds all stairwells and the building service and fireman's elevator will have a capacity of 5,500 kg and will be world's tallest tower service elevator. Since people can't reasonably be expected to walk down 160 Floors, there are pressurized, air-conditioned refuge areas located approximately every 25 floors.
Lifts and Elevators - World's tallest tower is home to 57 elevators and 8 escalators the building service/fireman's elevator have a capacity of 5,500 kg and the world's tallest tower service elevator. Elevators are double deck cabs with a capacity for 12-24 people per cab. Traveling at 10 meters per second, they will have the world's longest travel distance for lowest to highest stop.