Hangzhou huawei GFRCProjectOfHangzhouHUAWGroup GFRC project
The renovation and expansion project of Huawei base in Hangzhou is a high-end project that Ren Zhengfei attaches great importance to. The design elements are derived from the Russian Goom shopping mall, the building elevation is about 23 meters, and the external wall is decorated with 20000 square meters GRC. Rich GRC lines, mountain tips, arch plates, beam brackets, etc., each unit plate has a layer of relief phase lining, which is a great challenge for mold molding details. Mold accuracy is very high, the error is not more than 2mm.
In order to reduce the penetration point of waterproof and insulation, Shantai Company introduced new methods and combined processing of a large number of small components, creating a new high in the history of component products. A single piece of 6.5mx2m backed steel frame system plate was installed as a whole at one time to meet the plate's own strength and save the amount of on-site installation work.
The facade effect of GRC, stone and glass alternately presents a great test of designers' spatial imagination. The project has complex shape and large product plate, which brings great difficulty to the installation. Through careful construction organization and management, Santai successfully completed the project and won high praise from the owner Huawei Group and the General Package River Group.
For products, through the use of scientific ratio, sophisticated production technology, strict quality inspection process, timely maintenance and surface protection treatment, Santai achieved nearly perfect color difference control in this project. The texture of the product is exquisite, as if it were made by heaven.
Hangzhou Huawei GRC renovation and expansion project, highly restored Russia's century-old building gum shopping mall, perfect to create Russian-style Europa style. The quality of this project fully explains the precise control of every tiny detail of Santai Company, and we will tirelessly uphold this spirit to create dreams for more architects.