You get nervous at all ya. Get a little bit scared! Yeah, I haven’t, looked down yet. Now I’d. Look down It’s! Almost Inconceivable, how high these windows are. I’m 60 meters above the next platform below which is in itself 600 meters above the ground higher than the previous world’s tallest building At this height.
If I dropped anything, it could do serious damage. Building a hive is a load of factors.. You’ve got to take it into consideration. One of them obviously is gravity which I’m feeling right now, But the thing about gravity is it very predictable if the force is going one way, the thing you’ve really got to worry about Is wind because both are very natural.
It’s, it’s, unpredictable. It swirls around and it can affect the building as well as window cleaners. Surprisingly, very tall buildings, aren’t in danger of being blown over but have been sucked over As Wind hits them.
It can form small whirlwinds called vortices. This swirling air can create low-pressure areas that tug at the building, and if enough of them combine up the tools straight sides, They could make the tower rock from side to side.
So why doesn’t this happen to the Burj Khalifa? Well, it’s, taken some careful aerodynamic design By stepping the building in as it rises and introducing angles and curves. The Burj Kalifa breaks up the desert wind, preventing the vortices from combining dangerously The designers, call it confusing the wind and they reckon it’s.
The only way to build this high Curse strikes me being out here that, even though we’re in such a Technically advanced building that, in order to keep it nice and clean, you still can’t beat a man with a Squeegee and a bucket, It takes three months to clean all 24,000 windows and when they finished, the team has to start all over again.
You’re gonna build a building that’s truly iconic.. I’m gonna make it look nice and keep it looking nice. Yeah, You going family While that was intense. I don’t know how those guys do every day. I Was intense but good.