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  • 2023-01-30
  • 星期一
  • 10:08

The “New Construction of Xinglong Brigade of the Fire Department” of the New Construction Office won the National Golden Award for Architecture

The New Construction Office, Public Works Department, Taipei City Government won the “24th National Golden Award for Architecture” in the planning and design category (public works category) - Golden Award for the project of the “New Construction of Xinglong Brigade of the Fire Department”. The Republic of China National Enterprise Competitiveness Development Association (NECDA) held an award ceremony at CPC Building on October 19, 2022. This was another award-winning recognition for the New Construction Office after the 2022 FIABCI-Taiwan Real Estate Excellence Awards for two projects in August and the Chinese Architectural Golden Stone Award for three projects in early October, highlighting the recognition of the quality of the Office's projects by the professional community and the opportunity to share project examples with the public.

The Construction Division Chief Yen Chun-ming of the Office stated "The new construction of Xinglong Brigade” is located at Section 2, Xinglong Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, and the Office plans to construct a reinforced concrete building with 2 floors underground and 6 floors above ground. The exterior of the building is designed with proportional and repetitive aluminum grilles with constricting colors, combining the design concept and color scheme of a square exterior and round interior to present a dynamic facade. The facade materials are post-production raw concrete paints, baked aluminum grilles and decorative metal panels, and the colors will match the adjacent "New Construction of Social Welfare Facilities in Bandung Dongying District" to create a sense of overall harmony with the adjacent buildings. Upon completion, the project will improve the disaster rescue efficiency and ambulance service quality in Wenshan District, and will be combined with the surrounding buildings to beautify the cityscape and provide nighttime lighting for pedestrians in the surrounding area, reshaping the public's impression of disaster prevention in the metropolitan area and establishing a complete and more efficient disaster relief system.