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Projects to Watch: Chinese Hotel Built in Two Days

This won’t be an ongoing project!  A super-efficient Chinese crew built a 15 story “green” hotel in 2 days (some say 6 — the difference is the work was completed in 48 elapsed hours, so this is six 8-hour days).  Another remarkable fact: no stationary cranes were used.  Like the 4 hour house built in San Diego in the 80s, the basement and foundation-related work was completed prior to starting the clock.  But no matter how you frame it, this is a remarkable feat of project management and collaboration. Watch time lapse construction in HD (full screen mode):

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