The Burj Khalifa height is 828 meters. It's three times as tall as the Eiffel Tower and nearly twice as tall as the Empire State Building. It's cloud-piercing height is certainly one of the most impressive facts about Bruj Khalifa. What is the Burj Khalifa used for anyway? It's actually a multi-use building that has restaurants, a hotel, residential apartments, office space and is a tourist attraction with its observation decks. Burj Khalifa fun facts that you can truly applaud are its sustainability and reuse of resources. Every year 15 million gallons of water are collected sustainably. The water is used for irrigation to water the landscaping and plants, for the cooling system and to supply the Dubai Fountain. Fairly known Burj Khalifa information is that at the peak of construction, 12,000 workers worked on the building per day.
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