EuroCS specializes in providing exterior finishing materials systems, meeting flexible design & international safety quality standards: energy saving, durable & environmentally friendly, consistent with customs and climate in Vietnam. In addition to the company's key products such as European technology windows, doors and glass walls, EuroCS is also honored to be the exclusive representative to supply some products in Vietnam market such as: Us Latchways - UK, Alubond usa Aluminum Panel, Viva Board, Thailand.
With extensive experience in the field of construction exterior finishing materials, it is led by a team of executives and experts with many years of direct working in reputable countries, the production process is supervised. Strictly, the factory meets the requirements of quality appraisal, EuroCS is the provider of optimal solutions, offering unique applications, installation instructions, providing attachment end systems and security Complete system operation in each project that EuroCS participates in.
Eurocs products provide international quality and have been highly appreciated by customers in key projects such as: National Assembly Building, Trang Tien Plaza, Vinh Phuc Theater, Cat Linh-Ha overhead railway. East as well as a number of other villas and apartment projects ...
Cam Ranh Airport Project has a total investment of VND 3,735 billion, invested by Cam Ranh International Terminal Joint Stock Company, with a design capacity of 8 million international passengers annually by 2030, capable of serving 4,000 passengers during peak hours.
According to the design, the model of Cam Ranh international terminal area takes the shape of a bird nest, a symbol of Khanh Hoa land area, including 2 floors with a total area of over 50,000 m2 of floor, 4 apron for aircraft wide body, 6 dynamic aprons and 8 pick-up pipes and 12 mobility ladders.
Eurocs provides a 348 m long anti-slip system, roof doors, nearly 1500 stairs to the roof for the project
The design of the building emphasizes its public zones and amenities, providing these areas with an abundance of open space and natural light. Arriving travellers, for example, pass through a fully glazed mezzanine level that helps orient them to the terminal space before they descend to the baggage claim and other services. A public, landscaped terrace and a restaurant occupy the second floor, providing sweeping views of the runway and the main concourse. Independent access roads service departures on the first floor and arrivals on the ground level. An open atrium adjacent to the street entrance opens the ground floor to the monumental space of the main hall, visually and spatially linking the beginning and ending stages of a traveller’s journey. Key features include a curved roof which maintains a low profile on the landscape, a strategic use of daylighting and views that guide travellers through arrival/departure sequence and a design that highlights public spaces for both travellers and non-travelling friends and family.
- It is a large public building that integrates meetings, exhibitions, business meetings, large gatherings, celebrations and other functions.
- Roof panel applications 85000 square meters, honeycomb panels 10,000 square meters, aluminum veneer 10,000 square meters
- Is one of the four major passenger hub station, is also the largest railway hub in Asia
- Aluminum manganese-magnesium coated aluminum application 260000 square meters, ceiling ceiling application 220,000 square meters, aluminum veneer application 20,000 square meters
the china pavilion at shanghai expo 2010 has just been completed after two years of construction. the pavilion is designed in the shape of an oriental crown, showcasing the spirit of traditional chinese culture. its main structure includes a six layer, 30 meter high roof made of 56 traditional wooden brackets. the brackets symbolize the nation’s 56 minority ethnic groups.
there is a 45,000-square-meter joint pavilion featuring displays from local provinces, cities and regions.
the 160,000-square-meter pavilion will be converted into a museum for chinese history and culture after the expo closes in 2010.