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Presentation No. 2 as a distinguished speaker within the ASCE's 5th International Engineering and Construction Conference - 2007. Irvine, Ca.-USA.

Presentation No. 2 as a distinguished speaker within the ASCE's 5th International Engineering and Construction Conference - 2007. Irvine, Ca.-USA.

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Development Sustainability in Administrative Design and Facility Management Attains Client's Satisfaction and Project's Life Cycle Quality Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Development Sustainability in Administrative Design and Facility Management Attains Client’s Satisfaction and Project’s Life Cycle Quality I Al JANABI Nakheel Corporation A Dubai World Company American Society of Civil Engineers 5th International Engineering and Construction Conference Irvine, CA, USA August 27–29, 2008
  • 2. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT • “Development Management” has proven that innovation and forward thinking are leading the way on how businesses and national economies can be efficiently managed. • With the same pioneering spirit we have created NAKHEEL, the largest real estates company in the world focusing on off-shore and on-shore Mega Developments, Leisure, Hospitality, International Development Investment, Marine Services, Environment, Energy Efficient end products by following the Green Code (LEED), and Lastly launching the “Blue Community Initiative”. • As a “Developer” with over 3,000 employees servicing its real estate division only and offerings in over 20 cities, NAKHEEL is bringing together some of Dubai’s most significant companies as well as leading international firms to creating powerful development growth engine for projects reaching up to USD 30 Billion only in Dubai. • NAKHEEL is committed to advancing Dubai on the world stage as well as ensuring the UAE continues to thrive by partnering with world's fastest economies and taking leaps to establish successful ventures.
  • 3. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity The focus within NAKHEEL strategic long term plan to achieve ‘Sustainable communities’ in Dubai is key to understanding how the ‘Social Dimension’ of investment projects must be considered alongside economic and environmental dimensions within a Triple Bottom Line Approach incorporating the following: 1- The economic dimensions to sustainability 2- Social dimensions to sustainability 3- Environmental dimensions to sustainability Measuring ‘social sustainability’ is fraught with difficulty, but ensuring urban renewal projects incorporate the right balance of social capital and appropriate mix of tenures, income and age groups, allied with supporting infrastructure, is vital if the visions of Nakheel’s Cohesion Policy is to be realised.
  • 4. Nakheel: PUTS DUBAI ON THE MAP
  • 5. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity NAKHEEL has always been on the path following locally and internationally recognized development design offering tremendous opportunities for achieving environmentally friendly communities‘, hence achieving pollution prevention and Client satisfaction. This is expedited through integration of environmental requirements into the earliest stages of community development. Accordingly, it can provide significant sustainable benefits including enhanced “Asset Management” through efficiency, reduced liabilities, and enhanced competitiveness, this can only be achieved if the following is followed, such as; • Renewable Energy: A ’myth-busting review of options for providing clean energy to community buildings • Green Specification: Outlines the principles that applies when specifying materials in design for construction • Operational Management : Improve sustainability detailed techniques for meeting current and future waste minimizing during the development and refurbishment processes • Costs Analysis: An overview of the cost implications of designing and building sustainably • Sustainability and Property Worth 1: Investigates the benchmarking options, operational and value based method • Sustainability and Property Worth 2: Provides an investigation into the existing valuation process and how sustainability • will affect this • Social Sustainability: Assessing urban renewal communities by optimizing balance between commercial and residential development • Social Financial Sustainability: Ensuring accessible financial support to sustain social levels for habitating and allowing long/short investment purposes
  • 6. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity • Who Will Participate in Asset Management • Nakheel Marine Group – Operations Divisions • Public Transport (Water Ferry’s, Busses, and Taxis) • Tourists Transport (Cruise Ships) • Recreational and Light Commercial Boating • Dubai Maritime Police / Coast Guard / Civil Defense • Cargo Movers Maritime Companies (Logistics) • Environmentalists / Facility Management • Smart Command Control Systems for Tracking and Safety • Dubai Maritime City (DMC) for Legislation
  • 7. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was expedited for all NAKHEEL off-shore projects due to NAKHEEL’s requirement to carry out a number of environmental baseline studies to establish baseline conditions at the site. These baseline studies include: • Assessment of water quality (in situ physiochemical monitoring and sample analysis) • Sediment quality (sample analysis) • Benthic ecology (video transects) • Ambient noise monitoring • Water quality investigation • Sediment Quality investigations
  • 8. Nakheel: Where Vision of Dubai Gets Built
  • 9. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 10. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 11. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT Continuous QA/QC Plays and important Role in Sustaining Community Developments
  • 12. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 13. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT New Development Process Allows positive Time/Cost Impact and Timely delivery to Clients' 900 Tons Steel Girder 120 m in length Segmented Bridge Development 168 Tons
  • 14. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 15. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 16. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 17. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 18. Nakheel: WHERE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 19. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 20. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 21. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity Ferry Terminal Concept Plan Maritime Beaconage Plan
  • 22. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 23. Dubai Promenade Project Development Mina Seyahi reclamation, breakwater, and quay wall project 2003 – 2004
  • 24. Nakheel: WHERE THE VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT Conceptual and Detailed Design Evolution
  • 25. Nakheel: Where the VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 26. Dubai Promenade 2006 New master plan concept including marina design, breakwater extension, beach reclamation, and beach erosion studies. predicted shorelines: initial shoreline (as built) after 1 yr after 2 yr after 10 yr architect’s shoreline temporary critical spot
  • 27. Population Distribution for Dubai Region 2007 DWF & PJA Expected Population to Exceed 1.5 Million
  • 28. Nakheel: Where the VISION OF DUBAI GETS BUILT
  • 29. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 30. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity Comparison between Europeans income and Dubai Income Estimated salary ranges for PJA Residents
  • 31. PJA Population Distribution Studies 2007 Source PJA
  • 32. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity Example of Wave Example of Velocity Computation Field in and around (wind 14.2 m/s, Palm Jebel Ali during dir =300 degr N), Flood and Ebb, Simulations Simulations without without Considering the DWF Considering the Islands. DWF Islands. (Delft Hydraulics: PJA (Delft Hydrodynamic Hydraulics: PJA Modeling, June 2006) Hydrodynamic Modeling)
  • 33. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity The Palm Island – Jebel Ali 2006 Crescent “A” Marina development Final Design Concepts Soil Reclamation Needs for Marina Upland Development
  • 34. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 35. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 36. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 37. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 38. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity Main Nakheel Projects Berth to Population Ratio (%) Planned Berths
  • 39. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 40. BURJ NAKHEEL Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 41. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity
  • 42. THE SUN NEVER SETS ON DUBAI WORLD
  • 43. Nakheel: Where Vision Inspires Humanity THANK YOU QUESTIONS