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Chinese luxury 10-storey apartment erected in 28 hours

By Guardian Exclusive
26 June 2021   |   5:13 pm
A Chinese firm, Broad Group has constructed a 10-storey residential building in China’s Changsha city in 28 hours and 45 minutes. The real estate company used prefabricated construction systems to deliver the project. Pre-fabricated buildings are designs to enable quick construction.

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