In slightly over 28 hours the Chinese designer builds a 10-story skyscraper in Changsha
On 13 June, the skyscraper's building developer Broad Group posted an almost five-minute video showing the whole facility on its YouTube account.
Histories of the least time it took to construct a building or a skyscraper are commonly found. Detailed planning, appropriate labour, and weather conditions are required. In normal cases, the building takes days, weeks, or even months.
However, in 28 and 45 minutes, just a ten-story residential structure was constructed in Changsha, China. The building developer Broad group released on its YouTube account a roughly five-minute video showing how the skyscraper was being constructed on 13 June.
Some might wonder how a structure could be constructed in a rather short period, either humanly or technologically. The usage of prefabricated building solutions is the solution. According to a June 16 study by New Atlas, prefabricated structures are meant to be put together fast. The construction units, which resemble large containers, are built-in Broad Group's factory and then brought to the construction site on trucks and placed as needed.
Cranes were used to stack the modules on top of each other, as shown in the video. Workers then began bolting the modules together and installing electrical and water connections, as well as outfitting. According to the New Atlas article, at least three cranes were required to speed up the formation of the 10-story skyscraper in Changsha, but there were few builders on site.
The structure is earthquake resistant, according to Broad Group, and can also be disassembled and relocated.
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