Burj Khalifa (Arabic: برج خليفة, Latinization: burj khalifah, English: Burj Khalifa Tower), formerly known as Burj Khalifa, also known as the Dubai Tower or Bis Burj Khalifa, is the world's tallest building and artificial structure.
The Burj Khalifa is 828 meters high, with a total of 162 floors and a cost of $1.5 billion. The building itself costs at least $1 billion, not including the cost of building large shopping malls, lakes andChina Machine Room Less Villa Elevators Manufacturers slightly shorter towers. The Burj Khalifa uses a total of 330,000 cubic meters of concrete, 62,000 tons of reinforced steel, and 142,000 square meters of glass. In order to build the Burj Khalifa, a total of about 4,000 workers and 100 cranes were called, and the concrete was pumped vertically over 606 meters to break the 492-meter record of the Shanghai World Financial Center building. There are 56 lifts in the building with a speed of up to 17.4 m/s. There are also double-decker sightseeing lifts that can carry up to 42 people at a time.
Burj Khalifa was founded in 2004, local time on the evening of January 4, 2010, Dubai Chief Mohamed bin Rashid Al Maktoum unveiled the "Burj Khalifa" known as "the world's tallest building" "The curtain on the monument declares that the building was officially completed and renamed it "Halifa Tower"