Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of Tehran’s Milad Multi-Purpose Telecom Tower has been awarded to Boland Payeh Co. Milad Tower is the first telecom tower in the Iran and currently is the 6th tallest tower in the world with 435 meters height, and won multiple awards such as “Top Concrete and Steel Structure Design” in 2008.
In order to increase speed and accuracy and reduce the cost, slip forming method was used to construct Milad tower. To construct Milad tower, more than 10,500 tons of reinforcement rebar, 52,000 m3 of concrete and 85,000 m2 of formwork has been used and 130,000 m3 of earthwork has been done.
The main purpose of Milad tower is to provide Wireless Access System (WAS), Multipoint Video Distribution System (MVDS), Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) and radio broadcasting (FM, UHF, VHF) for public and private uses. In addition, Milad tower as the new symbol of Tehran, attracts many tourists and officials to its rotating restaurant and coffee shop, hotel and conference room.
This project was started in late 1995, and was completed in 2005.
Height: 435 m
Diameter of head: 60 m
Earthwork: 130,000 m3
Concrete works: 85,000 m3
Reinforcement rebar: 10,500 tons
Formwork: 85,000 m2
Steel works: 350 tons