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Palm jumeirah

  1. 1. Presented By: Divam Goel
  2. 2. Dubai is city and Emirate in UAE. Dubai is the Second Largest Emirate with an Urban Area of 3885 sq km.
  3. 3.  Palm Islands are artificial islands in Dubai, U.A.E.  Palm Islands are located off the coast of UAE in Persian Gulf and will add 520kilometers of beaches to the city of Dubai.  Palm Islands are ; Palm Jebel Ali, Palm Jumeirah and Palm Diera.
  4. 4.  There is Railing facility called Mono railing.  It has used the HITACHI MONORAIL technology.  It is connected to the main land by a 300 meter bridge.
  5. 5.  One of the man-made Islands covering area of 7million and extending 6.5 km into Arabian Gulf.  The Island is surrounded by a 12 kilometer long crescent shaped breakwater built with over 7 million tons of rock and sand and extend five kilometers  50 Luxury Hotels, 2500 Exclusive Residential Villas, 2400 Shoreline and Cinemas.
  6. 6.  Dubai based Emirates Nortech conducts survey to test shape and volume both above and below the projected high and low waterlines.  Dubai based Sorgreath Gulf created a 3D physical scale model of the crescent to perform exhaustive tests in laboratory using a 12m random wave generator.
  7. 7.  The sand- over 90million cubic meters of it was dredged from the sea- not removed from Dubai’s inland deserts.
  8. 8.  Construction started: June 2001  Location: Off the Coast Dubai  Completion: First phase 2006  Project Cost: Exceeds US$ 12.3 Billion  Approx. 40,000 workers  Area: 5km  Client: Nakheel- Master developer  Concept Design: Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock
  9. 9. On the Palm Fronds there are two types of Villas ; “Garden Homes” which are small and “ Signature Villas” which are 7bedroom villas.
  10. 10.  Environmental Concerns  Rising Sea Level
  11. 11.  Extended delays to the completion of the project.  After launching the project, Increase in number of residential units on the island.  Miscalculating the actual cost of construction.  Doubts about the quality of the construction.  Environmental impact.
  12. 12.  Tax Advantages  Legal Process  Government Support
  13. 13.  Developing at a crazy pace averaging around 10% economic growth per year.  Dubai has grasped the attention of the whole world due to its flourishing tourism and freehold property sectors.  The economic scenario has grown dramatically in the short span of under a decade and the UAE has proved to the world to be a perfect business hub.