The Al Seef Tower is a 44-floor residential tower in the Dubai Marina in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tower has a total structural height of 215 m (705 ft). Construction the Al Seef Tower was completed in 2005.
In just 21 months, a patch of wasteland on the edge of the stunning marine development has been transformed into a 215 metre high residential tower that combines elegance and architectural beauty fitting for one of the most prestigious residential addresses in Dubai.
For project director Suheil Al Rayes, the achievement is capped by the fact that in almost two years, and with up to 3,000 people working on the site at any one time, not a single accident has occurred – a record which has won the project no fewer than six safety awards during the construction period
“Constructing a high-rise building always comes with risks, but we are proud to say we have not had a single accident,” he said. “It is difficult and costly to maintain this sort of safety record, but we have the highest standards as a company and safety will never be compromised - everybody working on the site is valued and important to us.”
Al Seef Tower was designed by M/S Dar Consult and built by Al Habtoor Engineering Enterprises on behalf of Deyaar – a subsidiary company of Dubai Islamic Bank. Comprising 47 two-bedroom apartments, 96 three-bedroom apartments and 16 penthouses, as well as car parking, leisure and service facilities, the residential components of the building sold out before Suheil and his team even started work on site in June 2003.