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Dubai Mega Projects

Dubai Mega Projects
By Danny Cheung

When you think about Dubai nowadays you will certainly usually consider among the lots of Huge Jobs such as Burj Dubai, Dubailand or the Palm Islands. Various other mega jobs unfinished are Business Bay and Metro Dubai.

Burj Dubai, meaning Dubai Tower, will most likely end up being the world's tallest structure with an approximated elevation of around 818 m (2,684 feet). It is anticipated to be completed late 2009 and will house the initial Armani Hotel, private apartment or condos and business offices.

On September 24, 2007 the Dubai Tower ended up being the world's tallest free-standing structure with it's 555.3 m (1,822 ft) going beyond the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada. The tallest structure in the world will come to be the centrepiece of new Midtown Dubai which also consists of: BurjDubai Lake Hotel, Dubai Shopping mall, BurjDubai Old Community, Burj Residences E, Burj Residences T, Burj Residences W, The Loft spaces, South Ridge, Burj Sights and Blvd Stroll.

In august 2008 the Tower of Dubai set a new record elevation of 2,257 feet and has greater than 160 stories.With the outside nearly ended up workers have started on the inside. Up till now the final elevation is still a secret.Taiwan's Taipei 101 with a height of 1,667 feet and holding the document since 2004 was gone beyond in the June 2008.

DubaiLand
Dubailand, the largest amusement park worldwide, will have 45 mega jobs and 200 sub tasks when finished in 2018. Already operational are Dubai Autodrome, The Global Town and the Al Sahra Desert Resort. This amusement park is in size twice as big as Disneyland and the Disneyworld hotels created.

The Dubai Metro system will be the lengthiest completely automated rail system in the world. It will include 2 lines, the Red Line and the Green Line. The Red Line (phase 1) is anticipated to be full in September 2009 and will run along the Sheikh Zayed Roadway on a viaduct. The second stage, called the Green line will be built primarily underground and is set up to be finished in March 2010. In total the Metro will have a total amount of 70 kilometres (43.5 miles) of lines, and 42 stations (9 will be below ground terminals). The Red Line will compete 50 kilometre (31 miles) with 35 terminals from Jebel Ali Port, the American University in Dubai, with the city centre, and to the Airport terminal Free Zone. The Green Line will certainly be 20 kilometres (12.4 miles) with 22 terminals from Festival City, via the city centre, Dubai International Airport 1 and 3, and to Rashidiya.

Dubai Waterside
The Dubai Beachfront is a conglomeration of canals and man-made islands developing an arc around the Palm Jebel Ali. It will extend the coast of Dubai by 800 kilometers and will house concerning 400.000 individuals. The First stage of Dubai Waterfront is Madinat Al Arab the midtown centre of the development with the Al Burj one of the world's highest high-rise buildings.

Hydropolis
Dubai Underwater Hotel, Hydropolis, the initial underwater hotel worldwide, is just one of Dubai's huge projects in the making. The 220 matches go to a depth of 20 meters and investing an evening sets you back $5,500. The overall financial investment for the project was $500-million. Constructed from a mix of concrete, steel and clear Plexiglas, Hydropolis will certainly be the world's very first undersea luxury hotel.This unique hotel will be completed by 2009.

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