CSCEC works to optimize urban and spatial planning

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For years, China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) has been working to build multi-layered cities, optimize urban and spatial planning, and develop livable and convenient living environment, so as to create a better life for people.

Section 03 of Subway Line Six in Changchun

As CSCEC's first pilot project of Integrated City-Station Development, it is putting forward China's first "combined" model for metro construction. Its prefabricated station is a pioneer in China. The main line of the project reaches 6.87 kilometers. When completed, the project will consist of a complete multi-functional underground space and an integrated corridor space.

Comprehensive Transport Hub in Wujiang district, Suzhou

The project consists of an urban rail transit network, a tourist transportation center, parking lots, and other public facilities. The underground area, which will be turned into parking lots and commercial facilities, reaches 150,000 square meters. The market space will be able to hold as many as 2,000 people.

Multipurpose projects in Shapingba district, Chongqing

The total floor area on the ground reaches 480,000 square meters, and the multipurpose project covers 270,000 square meters underground. A 150-meter steel shelter has been built to ensure the safety of pedestrians.

The Zijin square project of TOD complex in Nanjing

This Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) project will become a comprehensive transit hub connecting rail transit, streetcars, buses, and short-distance inter-city transit. The underground part, with over 1,700 parking spots, will be mainly used for transportation purposes.

TOD project of Tianfu New Station in Chengdu

As the biggest TOD project in Chengdu so far, it covers an area of about 2.72 million square meters, and the total construction area reaches 3.35 million square meters.

Property project on the top of Cuijiadian Subway Station in Chengdu

The total construction area reaches about 86,000 square meters, and will provide 465 units of housing once completed. The underground parking lot of the subway station covers 166,700 square meters, where more than 70 subway trains will be parked. It will also become office areas for the subway staff.

Urban renewal project in Meiyuan, Shenzhen

When completed, the project will become the city's headquarters for innovative and financial industries. The underground parking lot covers an area of about 120,000 square meters.

Area B, Phrase 3 of the property project on Changqing depot, Wuhan

This is Wuhan's first residential project on the top of a subway station. The total floor area reaches 192,000 square meters. The depth of the project's foundation pit reaches 17.5 meters. The main structure of the project is under construction currently.

Transport hub in Qianhai, Shenzhen

The underground part of the project consists of six floors. The upper three floors will be used for rail transit and transfer, whilst the lower three floors will become the biggest underground parking lot in Shenzhen, providing over 5,300 parking spots when construction is completed.

Phrase 5 of the property project on Guogongzhuang station in Beijing

When completed, the project will provide 1,700 houses, integrating subway and real estate property. The project will build links among properties of different commercial activities, and improve connectivity among people, materials, and economic activities.

Property project on Subway Line One and Three in Suzhou

Located in the central business district (CBD) in Suzhou, the project consists of four different commercial forms including malls, office buildings, apartment buildings, and hotels. It is equipped with multi-layered vertical transport facilities. The project aims to create the biggest CBD ecology area in China.

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