The Ministry of Construction has attached the first Green Building sign to the Thang Long Number One residential unit in Hanoi. The project is to mark the 60th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day (October 10).
The project has a total investment of VND3.7 trillion (US$231 million) by Vigacera Construction. It comprises two residential tower with 40 floors, three basement levels and three swimming pools.
The investor paid particular attention to providing a green environment, and planted trees and built a lake within the complex.
The project has a total investment of started in April 2010 and is expected to be completed by the end of this month.
Viglacera aims to create the best possible conditions for residents by using energy- and resource-efficient technology and sustainable building practices. Each stage of construction, from the foundation to the electricity network, was researched carefully in a bid to use environmentally-friendly and efficient solutions.
Addressing the ceremony on October 9, Minister of Construction Trinh Dinh Dung highly valued the project's quality and efficiency. He affirmed that green buildings should become a norm in times to come due to their energy saving potential and environmentally-friendly design.
He asked Viglacera to research ways to integrate green aspects into social residential projects to meet the demand of the low and middle income real estate market.
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