It will be an amazing feat if they pull it off and prefabrication is definitely the future of construction, but I definitely skeptical.
is that this was devised by an AC and heat company. I foresee a LOOOONNNNGGGG punch list on this one.
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I recently turned down a project in Malaysia and even with a large population that was looking for work the Malaysian contractors imported workers from Indonesia. They worked on site barefoot and their safety goal was to limit the deaths on the site. Their temporary barracks looked like something straight out of "Hell on Wheels."
approach to the building is functional? Is construction of the foundation included in that number?
But, I guess if you have massive numbers of people working 24/7, I guess you could do it. Crazy!otherwise transform into something Nike Air Max 95 Prm
Here is the biggest problem as I see it with a 90 day construction time. They will never have time to properly inspect every aspect of the structure. It will go up too fast to do that. This could never happen this fast here unless the inspectors were under the builders thumb or in his pocketbook. Here almost every bolt has to be inspected. I don see that happening here with 5 floors being built a day. I know here the elevator guys cant even do an elevator that fast. And this one has 104 of them at high speeds.
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The process will never translate to construction costs in the US unless a temporary worker visa is made into law that would allow us construction companies to pay a worker 5 dollars a day for a 12 hr shift. Even if such a law was passed, I don see the Unions in NY letting that happen.
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Now this building is going to be constructed of prefabricated materials, so I think the number is somewhat disingenuous, considering the time it will take to assemble these materials isn included in the construction timeline, I believe (please correct me if I wrong here).
So . . . what are your thoughts?They may be able to build it, but I sure wouldn want to live in it! Even with all the walls/floors, and everything prefabricated (which would have to include all plumbing, wiring etc.) I don know how they could dig and install the concrete and build the infrastructure, footings, etc. in 90 days that would support such a tall building. If the foundation and framework were already in process I could see it.
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