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Dubai

Cayan Tower in Dubai

73 floors
306.37 m
completed
2013

Object data change

name:
Cayan Tower
other name:
Infinity Tower
address:
Al Sufouh Road
structural form:
supertall building
status:
completed
primary use:
residential
secondary use:
parking
fitness center
shops
floors (above ground):
73 floors
architectural style:
modern
height (tip):
306.37 m (1,005.15 ft)
height (architectural):
306.37 m (1,005.15 ft)
height (building mass):
306.37 m (1,005.15 ft)
height (roof):
289.27 m (949.03 ft)
height (top floor):
263.06 m (863.06 ft)
elevator travel length (max):
271.00 m (889.11 ft)
elevator speed (max):
8.00 m/s (0.44 ft/min)
number of units:
497
number of elevators:
8

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Events change

2015-04-12: climber scales the outside
2013-06-10: completion
2006: foundation work begins

Smart addresses

Al Sufouh Road (main address)

Weblinks change

official website - http://www.infinitytower.com
wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinity_Tower
ctbuh - http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/building.php?building_id=464
skyscraperpage - http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=40770
structurae - http://structurae.net/structures/data/index.cfm?id=s0044054

Involved companies change

Van Deusen & Associates (Chicago)
elevator consultant
Khatib & Alami Dubai (Dubai)
MEP engineering
Cayan Property Developments (Dubai)
developer
J & H Group (Jangho Group) (Abu Dhabi)
facade fabricator
Arab Technical Construction Co. (Dubai)
general contractor
Al Dhafra Piling Contracting Est. (Dubai)
foundation company
Palma Real Estate (Dubai)
real estate agent
KONE Corporation (Espoo)
elevator manufacturer
Dana Group
steel fabricator
Projacs Dubai (Dubai)
project management
Johnson Controls Dubai (Dubai)
heating installation
Emirates Glass, LLC (Dubai)
glass fabricator
EMAAR Properties (Dubai)
developer
Emirates Rebar Limited (Dubai)
rebar manufacturer
Drake & Scull Group (Dubai)
mechanical systems installation
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (Chicago)
architect