Construction of above-ground levels is expected to begin imminently
Developer RSG Properties has announced that foundation work on its Burj Sabah tower in Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) is now complete. Construction work on the project is being led by Al Asri Engineering Consultant and Team Engineering Enterprises.
3,400 cubic metres of concrete and 640t of steel was used for the foundation of the tower. RSG added that raft foundation works were completed in 24 hours and involved a vast amount of raw materials, logistics and a 150-strong workforce that worked through the night.
The raft foundation works were conducted on Islamic New Year 2017 to avoid creating traffic delays, while transporting the vast amount of concrete from the cement plant to the site. The developer also says that the project’s onsite and offsite crews made the enabling works process a timely success.
The tower will offer 19-floors and a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Burj Sabah was also pre-certified as a green building and is said to incorporate green elements in its design and construction. RSG claims that the tower is as green and smart as it is comfortable and, once it is complete, it will offer residents premium suburban living.
RSG says work is progressing according to schedule and expects the tower to open in February 2019.