Bleutech Park, the 7.5 billion energy-efficient mini-city has secured a plot of land at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard. The real estate project was taken on by Bleutech Park Properties, Inc., aiming at creating an insular mini-city.
Khursow Roohani owner of Seven Valleys Realty and Construction, who sold the land to Bleutech mentions that
“After many years working together, I’m honoured to see Bleutech Park finally set flag in 210 acres of the best location – South Las Vegas Boulevard.”
The company is describing their newest project as a “high-tech biome” that aims to change the future of design and give life to new technologies. The mini-city will include green technology and localised air cleaning. Offering housing and office spaces, as well as retail shops, ultra-luxury residential houses, hotels and entertainment venues.
The project is set to be funded privately by institutional and private equity investments and will take around 6 years to complete.
Blueteck announced earlier this year that their new project will consist of an “automated multi-functional designs, renewable energy sources, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics, supertrees, self-healing concrete structures and more high-tech gadgetry straight from a science-fiction movie.”
The mini-city will also include green technology and localised air cleaning. Offering housing and office spaces, as well as retail shops, ultra-luxury residential houses, hotels and entertainment venues.
Bleutech Park Properties proposed designs for the exterior of buildings to be giant solar plans by making use of photovoltaic glass, achieving 0 carbon emissions in supplying the city. Interestingly, the company is planning to use unmanned robots to perform unsafe tasks or hard to reach areas during construction.
Bleutech Park Properties, Inc., CTIO, Bertrand Dano said, “Bleutech believes in the rise of digitization and robotics in construction as this will increase productivity and efficiency. Wearable technology will increase workplace safety, particularly in heavy lifting and repetition. We believe in the future of robotics and their ability to improve job-site safety and employee’s health.”
According to a news release on the project states that “The project will also serve as a haven of future-forward inspiration for established and merging technologies, harvesting the power of renewable energies, and robotics, unlike any existing projects ins the world.
Partners involved in the deal are ultimately trying to “push the envelope of innovation and bring together technology solutions that once seemed like pure science fiction…a project like this opens our thinking to what is truly possible and reveals just how expansive the connected communities concept really is.”