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Guizhou museum awarded top national construction prize

chinadaily.com.cn| Updated: 2021-03-03 Print


Guizhou Geological Museum is Guizhou's only Luban Prize winner during the 2020-21 period. [Photo/gywb.cn]

According to the China Construction Industry Association, Guizhou Geological Museum in Guiyang, the capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, recently won the Luban Prize – China's top award for construction engineering.

The museum has five buildings with a total floor area of 40,000 square meters. It has exhibition halls, warehouses for geological data, general service rooms, conference halls and other equipment rooms.

The constructor applied big data, the internet and cloud computing technologies during the museum's construction. Developers also incorporated Guizhou's landscape features into the design to showcase Guizhou's abundance of mineral resources.

The Luban Prize review team recognized that the museum followed China's procedures, regulations, laws and standards during construction. It also utilizes advanced technologies and demonstrates high construction quality.

The museum's buildings function well and are environmentally friendly, which will benefit society.

The Luban Prize, also known as the China Construction Engineering Luban Prize (National Prime-quality Project), is the highest honor for construction quality in China's construction industry.

The prize is awarded every two years and sets strict rules for candidate construction projects, which should be newly constructed or extension projects that have been completed and put into operation in China.

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