Construction of Shibati Traditional Scenic Area stepped up
Shibati Traditional Landscape Area (Picture provided by the interviewee)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- According to China Construction Eighth Engineering Division Co., Ltd., the construction party of the Chongqing Shibati Traditional Scenic Area Project, the main structure of the ABC area of the project has been topped off, and the facade decoration is expected to be completed by the end of this month.
According to Wu Bo, Project Manager of Chongqing Shibati Traditional Scenic Area of China Construction Eighth Engineering Division Co., Ltd., ABCDE area of Chongqing Shibati Traditional Scenic Area Project is located on the slope of Shibati area, adjacent to Jiefang West Road in the South and Zhongxing Road in the north, covering an area of about 88 mu and building area of about 161,000 square meters.
“The overall height difference of the project is about 70 meters due to the slope, which is a huge challenge for the project construction.” Wu Bo said, the roofing practices of the project buildings are basically small blue tile roofs, and the construction requirements were also high in terms of waterproof and thermal insulation.
The construction of Chongqing Shibati Traditional Scenic Area has been stepped up (Photographed by Han Yunfei)
According to Wu Bo, due the impact of the epidemic, the construction of the project has pressed the “pause button” for about two months. But after the resumption of work, they accelerated the construction progress, and the overall construction period of the project was not delayed. At present, the construction of the facade decoration of the ABC area of the project has started on a large area, with a completion rate of nearly 80%. It is expected to be fully completed by the end of this month. The DE area of the project also is also expected to complete the main secondary structure construction by the end of this year. After the ABC area of the Shibati Traditional Scenic Area Project is put into use, it will become a good place for citizens and tourists to appreciate Bayu culture. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)