The Broad Sustainable Building Co. raise rectangular, steel-and-glass Mini Sky City in the Capital of Changsha (Hunan Provincial) using the modular method, where three floors are assembled per day, xiao Changgeng the company Vice President said.
The company also has an ambition of assembling the world's tallest skyscraper of 220 floors in three months, worked on Mini Sky City in two spurts separated by weather winter. The 57-storey skyscraper assembled video time-lapse became popular on Chinese video-sharing sites since it was first uploaded on YouTube.
These modular approaches are also been used to raise high apartment blocks elsewhere, including in some countries. Some reviewers said the method can lead to cityscapes with uniform overly architecture.
Welder workers weld the building beam at the Broad Sustainable Building Co. In central china's Hunan province Yueyang. The Chinese erected the 57-storey Mini Sky City building in Changsha in 19 working days using the modular method, where three floors are assembled per day that may be considered the world's fastest construction speed, a company engineer said.
The Mini Sky City has 800 apartments, 19 atrium's and office space for about 4,000 people, which goes on the scale. The structure can withstand earthquakes and it's safe said xiao Changgeng.
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