Al Gurg Tower Dubai – Building

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Dubai Al Gurg Tower

UAE Skyscraper Building – design by RMJM, Architects

4 Oct 2008

Al Gurg Tower

Date: 2002
Design: RMJM Architects

Al Gurg Tower Al Gurg Tower Dubai

Al Gurg Tower

18-storey high-rise office building in Dubai.

Address: Baniyas Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Status: built

Completion: 2002

Al Gurg – Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group, ESAG

OVERVIEW

RMJM is an international firm of architects with offices throughout the UK, Asia, and
the Middle East. Founded in 1956 by renowned British architects Robert Matthew and Stirrat Johnson-Marshall, RMJM is one of the world’s largest architectural practices and employs almost 700 people in 11 international offices: Bangkok, Beijing, Cambridge, Dubai, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hong Kong, London, Moscow, Shanghai, and Singapore. The firm recently secured commissions in four of the world’s rapidly developing markets – China, India, Russia, and Qatar – providing the impetus for forthcoming offices in Abu Dhabi, Delhi, and Doha.

Al Gurg Tower Dubai architects : RMJM Hillier


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Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, is home to 911 completed high-rises, 88 of which stand taller than 180 metres (591 ft). The tallest building in Dubai is the Burj Khalifa, which rises 828 metres (2,717 ft) and contains 163 floors. The tower has stood as both the tallest building in the world and the tallest man-made structure of any kind in the world since its completion in January 2010. The second-tallest building in Dubai is the 414-metre (1,358 ft) Princess Tower, which also stands as the world’s tallest residential skyscraper. The skyscrapers of Dubai are, for the most part, clustered in three different locations. The land along Sheikh Zayed Road was the first to develop, followed by the Dubai Marina neighborhood and the Business Bay district.
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