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Buildingbuilding

  1. 1. By Matthew McGeary
  2. 2. Buildings and FactsName ofBuilding:TheHeight ofTheBuilding:Year It WasConstructed:BurjKhalifa 2,717feet, 828meters2010Taipei 101 1,671feet, 509meters2004ShanghaiWorldFinancialCenter1,614 feet,492meters2008InternationalCommerceCentre1,589 feet,483meters2009BurjKhalifa:-6,000,o00 square feet-12,000 workers per day-Consumes 250,000 gallons of water per dayTaipei 101:-There are 61 elevators-The fastest elevator is 37.7 mph-Alain Robert, climbed the tower on Christmas of2004S.W.F.C-Highest observation deck in the world-In 2007, two of the upper floors caught on fire-The final steel girder was installed in September of2007International Commerce Centre-Changes to the design costs over 200,000,000 USD-It is located near the Jin Mao Tower-The maximum elevator speed is 600 meters perminute
  3. 3. Bar Graphmiles
  4. 4. Measurement ChartCm. meter Km. Ft. Yrd. milesBurjKhalifa 82,000 828 0.828 2,717 905.6 0.52Taipei 101 5o,900 509 0.509 1,671 557 0.32Shanghai WorldFinancial Center49,200 492 0.492 1,614 538 0.30InternationalCommerce Centre48,300 483 0.483 1,589 529.6 0.301
  5. 5. Explain How you got your Info Well, after looking for the proper website, I found thissite for the measurementshttp://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/topten/tallestbuildins For the facts I used About.com
  6. 6. BurjKhalifa
  7. 7. Taipei 101
  8. 8. Shanghai World Financial Center
  9. 9. International Commerce Centre

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