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VIP Building -  Mia Resort
VIP Building - Mia Resort

VIP Building - Mia Resort

Electrical System:
Supply from an MVSG through transformer station at the Electrical Room in external area. The Transformer including 800 KVA for the auxiliary area and bedroom area. The generator must supply 100% Load.
Plumbing System
Water supply point 1km far from the project and differential heigh with the project is 25m.
Proposed solutions use intermediate pump system from connecting point to the project. Choosing the pump with 37Kw(1 standby, 1 prime). Building 1 pump station with area 40m2 to contain these pumps. Water tank installs in an auxiliary room with 400m3 including Domestic water, fire fighting water, and watering plants. Water is supplied by the pump system and inverter at auxiliary room to sanitary equipment, bathroom, swimming pool.
The indirect water heater is used for dependence on every area.
Air Conditioning System
The Air Conditioning System for the project use a VRF system or split air conditioner from 2.5HP to 5HP
Fire Fighting And Prevention
The Surface hydrant is supplied with maximum radius 30m. Supply the water to Fire hydrant must connect from the domestic water supply network of project
Low-pressure fire fighting system. When the fire appears, a fire truck will connect to a Surface hydrant in the vicinity area. The water pressure is not lower 10m. The surface hydrant must layout along the pipes with the radius lower 60m

Project Name

VIP Building, Mia Resort


 Vina Capital

Project Description

The building has an unique design and a panoramic view over the ocean. It requires a complex technical solution for ist hanging over the sea clift location.

Structural Consultant

NKC Consultancy Co, Ltd


GFAB Architects
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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