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Bahria Icon Tower

Location information

Location: Asia
Country: Pakistan
City: Karachi
Address: Shahrah-e-Firdousi

General information

Started: 2010 year
└ List of 2010s started buildings
Completed: 2017 year
└ Lsit of 2010s completed buildings

Technical details

Height: 260 meters
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Floor count: 62 floors
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Design and construction

Architect: Arshad Shahid Abdulla
Style: Tower, Modern
Building Uses: office

Pakistans Tallest building

Bahria Icon Tower in Karachi

Bahria Icon Tower

Information

Bahria Icon Tower
The construction of the highest skyscraper in Pakistan’s largest city Karachi was started in 2010 and it is scheduled to be finished in 2017: with 260 m height and 62 floors it will be a new icon in Karachi’s skyline. ArcelorMittal provides sections, decking – and their expertise in steel construction!
Around 2000 tn of W sections and 72 000 sqm of decking will be supplied by ArcelorMittal for this iconic skyscraper in Pakistan’s largest city.
Bahria Icon Tower
A successful project that counted with the collaboration of our experts from different business divisions in order to achieve the best results: ArcelorMittal Distributions Solutions International, ArcelorMittal Long Carbon Europe, ArcelorMittal Construction France and the ArcelorMittal Distribution Solutions Design and Engineering office.
The Bahria Icon Tower is revolutionary in various aspects: in its scale, design and technology. A combination of visionary aesthetics and highest functionality, this mixed use high-rise building will symbolize modern life and engineering excellence.
Designed as an intelligent building, micro wind turbines and solar panels will generate at least a part of the energy the building will consume. Its façade will consist of titanium finish panels and glass and represent the region’s most technologically advanced structure. (via Constructalia)
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