Bleutech Park will feature net-zero buildings inside its smart mini-city
In December, one of the most ambitious construction projects in the world will break ground in the Las Vegas Valley. The $7.5 billion project, known as Bleutech Park, will be the first “mini-city” to boast an entirely digital infrastructure and feature exclusively net-zero buildings. Construction is estimated to take six years. It will be powered by and feature technology such as: self-healing concrete, renewable energy, AI, IoT, supertrees (steel trees that collect rainwater, convert solar energy, and work as cooling ducts), autonomous vehicles and more.
Combined, all of the impressive tech will make Bleutech Park 100 percent off-the-grid and emissions free.
Building the mini-city is expected to create 25,000 jobs and will feature onsite training for construction workers who need to acquire new skills, such as piloting the unmanned vehicles that will be used to work in dangerous and hard-to-reach places.
Bleutech Park will be a mixed-use city, featuring retail, entertainment, offices, and more. To attract a wide range of workers — including local teachers, firemen, police officers, and nurses — the mini-city will feature affordable housing in addition to its “ultra- luxury” residences and hotels.
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