Chinese Workers Build Hotel In Six Days
A construction crew in the south-central Chinese city of Changsha has completed building a 15-story hotel in just six days.
The work crew erected the hotel – a soundproofed, thermal-insulated structure reportedly built to withstand a magnitude 9 earthquake – with all prefabricated materials. In other words, a crew of off-site factory workers built the sections, and their on-site counterparts arranged them on the foundation for the Ark project.
Despite the frenetic pace of construction, no workers were injured – and thanks to the prefab nature of the process, the builders wasted very few construction materials.
Check out the video. Pretty impressive.
But really…. what’s the big rush?