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Richstar Residence
Richstar Residence

Richstar Residence

The project Richstar Commercial Service and Apartment Area at 278 (Zone 1) and 241 (Zone 2) Hoa Binh, Hiep Tan Ward, Tan Phu District, Ho Chi Minh City. This building is a complex consisting of 7 towers of 22-storey each, a common basement for car parking and technical areas, the first floor is for commercial and office areas, the other floors are used for apartments.
Foundation system used for construction is pre-stressed precast driven pile foundation with a diameter of 600mm with different lengths depending on each specific positions. The tie beams are arranged in two directions to keep balance and stability for single pile caps and at the same time minimize the differential settlement between the raft foundations.
Along the perimeter, 300mm thick reinforced concrete wall is arranged as a partition between the basement and the outer soil and at the same time to prevent water from penetrating into the basement.
The main function of the second floor is used for motorbike parking. The structural system is a traditional beam-slab system with a floor thickness of 200 mm, having perimeter beams of 300x750mm. In general, the primary and secondary beams have a cross-section of 400x600mm.  The main function is from the third floor to the 22nd floor which is for apartments. The structural system is also a traditional beam-slab system with a floor thickness of 150 mm and with a perimeter beam of 300x750mm. In general, the primary and secondary beams have a cross-section of 400x600mm.
Fire Fighting And Prevention
As the building is more than 25 m high, it is a high rise building with automatic spinker system for parking, corridors, and rooms.
Low-risk areas such as lounges, corridors, apartments, the sprinkler system are designed with a pressure of 0.5 bar
Electrical System:
Supply from an MVSG through transformer station in the Electrical Room on Basement 1. The Transformer including 1600 KVA and 630KVA for RS1 tower, 1250KVA and 1000KVA for RS2 tower, 1600KVA and 2x1250KVA for RS3, RS4 tower, 1250KVA and 560KVA for RS5 tower, 1600KVA and 1250KVA for RS6 tower, 2000KVA for RS7 tower. Use the generator with capacity 650KVA, 1000KVA, 1250KVA, 350KVA, 2 x575KVA, supply for all priority electrical loads for the project.
 Air Conditioning And Ventilation System
The Air Conditioning System for the building is designed as follows:
Apartment: Using the split air conditioner with capacity from 1HP to 2.5 HP and installed in the bedroom, living room and dining room
Shophouse: Using the split air conditioner with capacity from 2HP to 5.5 HP Community room: Using the split air conditioner with capacity from 2HP to 5.5 HP, and combining with the fresh air fan. Corridor area: Using the split air conditioner
Plumbing System
Water supply for all of the areas is the City’s clean water. The clean water was supplied from Hoa Binh st. by master water meter DN100 the supply to an underground tank with 1130m3 and firefighting water tanks with 730m3 at basement 1.
The wastewater of the building will be discharged in two separate pipes: One pipe is used to drain domestic wastewater of sanitary equipment such as lavabo, floor trap ...; One pipe is used to drain wastewater of sanitary equipment such as toilets, urinals...

Project Name

Richstar Residence

Owner

Novaland Group

Project Description

The Richstar Residence located in Hoa Binh Street, Tan Phu District,  Ho Chi Minh City. This is a 28- storey buildings with 02 areas, area 1 includes 4 blocks – RS1 to RS4, area 2 includes 3 blocks – RS5 to RS7. Total GFA is around of 250,000sqm.

Structural and MEPF Consultant

NKC Consultancy Co. Ltd
Architects
Hiep Hoa Phat Consunting Design Architect Company Limited
Organization :NKC Consultancy Co. Ltd Consulting Engineers
Vietnam :A1-00.01 Complex M1, 74 Nguyen Co Thach, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Overseas :NKC Engineering Limited 95 Consort Avenue, Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2 9AE, United Kingdom
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