Until now the only way people in Dubai could ski was on sand dunes, but not anymore. The latest grand project is to build a ski resort with real snow in the middle of the desert. Chief Engineer Phil Taylor was assigned the mega...
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Millau Bridge multiple span single line cable stayed Bridge the tallest bridge in the world. Its highest tower stretches a staggering 343 meters in height and 2.5 km in length. It is located in southern France, and is the highest bridge in the world.
The highest, longest and most expensive suspension bridge on earth, Akashi Kaikyo bridge caries a huge 6 line free way linking Kobe with the island of Awaji in to the south.
Excavation work began for Burj Khalifa the tallest skyscraper in the world in January 2004 and over the years, the building passed many important milestones to become the tallest man-made structure the world has ever seen. In just 1,325 days since excavation work started in January, 2004, Burj Khalifa became the tallest free-standing structure in the world.
Itaipu dam is the world’s most powerful dam built in Brazil in 1984.In 1994, the American Society of Civil Engineers selected the Itaipu Dam as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Its electricity generation amount is so high that it can fulfill London’s electricity needs continuously for 3 years.
Hong Kong is one of the wealthiest cities in the world. A site having mountainous islands, 16 miles from down town was selected. The airport was itself just a small fraction of the whole project. The new airport was entitled as "the most ambitious civil engineering project" by
For 2008 Olympics games the vision of international teams of architects and engineers called for an adventure of steel and concrete made with modern techniques. Its steel roof is 320m long and 297m wide. It accommodated 91000 spectators to see 200 countries competing.