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The middle East countries
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Burj Khalifa Table of Contents Brief introduction to the project 3 A project stakeholder analysis 4 A brief description of how the project was managed 4 A critical analysis of the project outcome 6 Reference 8 Brief introduction to the project The Middle East countries are highly enriched in the natural oil and gas and due to this strength the Middle East countries have emerged as highly developed countries in terms of economic stability.
The infrastructural developments in these countries especially in UAE and Saudi Arabia have been commendable. This paper aims to critically analyze one of the projects that has been successfully executed and completed, and in this process, the world famous project, Burj?Khalifa of Dubai has been selected. Burj?Khalifa is the tallest building in the word (828m/2716.5ft) architected by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The world’s tallest building was inaugurated on January 4, 2010. The primary aim of UAE behind construct9ing such giant building was to position itself as major tourist and business hub center in the world (Smith and Architects, n.d.). The project for building the tallest tower of the world was constructed by the largest Dubai based real estate company, Emaar Properties. However, during the development if this giant towers, there were a number of challenges including technical was faced and the management efficiently coped up with all the constraints for the successful competition of this project (Tata Steel UK Limited, 2011). ...
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