Malaysia’s Second Tallest Building Capped


Posted on 2017-06-08 Author:LIYUCSF

 

Recently, Four Seasons in Malaysia has been capped. The total height of this building is 342.5m, which is known as the second tallest building in Malaysia. This project enjoys a convenient transportation with Petronas Towers and Kuala Lumpur City Center nearby. In addition, the landscape of Kuala Lumpur City Center Park can be overlooked inside Four Seasons. It may become Malaysia’s new landmark in the future.

 

It is reported that this newly-constructed building is a high-end city complex includes commerce, apartments and hotels. Meanwhile, it has 77 floors. This project, constructed by a Chinese company, firstly uses C80 high-strength concrete for the high-rise building in Malaysia, while its pumping height can reach to 195m. Besides, the project also introduces the concept of “intelligent construction” to the site and adopts the most advantaged BIM technology, showing the detailed information about this building project to achieve the goal of “time-saving, material-saving and energy-saving”. The engineering ontology uses frame-tube structure, which cannot be compared with the steel structure in the aspect of construction schedule. At the same time, the non-standard floor accounts for 60% of all floors, which brings high difficulty in construction.

 


 

Recently, Four Seasons in Malaysia has been capped. The total height of this building is 342.5m, which is known as the second tallest building in Malaysia. This project enjoys a convenient transportation with Petronas Towers and Kuala Lumpur City Center nearby. In addition, the landscape of Kuala Lumpur City Center Park can be overlooked inside Four Seasons. It may become Malaysia’s new landmark in the future.

 

It is reported that this newly-constructed building is a high-end city complex includes commerce, apartments and hotels. Meanwhile, it has 77 floors. This project, constructed by a Chinese company, firstly uses C80 high-strength concrete for the high-rise building in Malaysia, while its pumping height can reach to 195m. Besides, the project also introduces the concept of “intelligent construction” to the site and adopts the most advantaged BIM technology, showing the detailed information about this building project to achieve the goal of “time-saving, material-saving and energy-saving”. The engineering ontology uses frame-tube structure, which cannot be compared with the steel structure in the aspect of construction schedule. At the same time, the non-standard floor accounts for 60% of all floors, which brings high difficulty in construction.