According to the draft Circular amending Circular 09/2012 (Circular 09), the use of the unbaked building materials in the construction works has increased slightly.
So, the high-rise buildings must use the lightweight construction materials. However, the rate of the regulation is adjusted but not at the 100% level as before, the highest is only up to 90%. At the same time, this rate is also specified more specifically for the types of the tall buildings.
The Director of the Construction Materials Department Pham Van Bac said that with the specific regulations, practical and more suitable to each region when being issued, the revised Circular will be better, highly feasible.
However, some construction companies are afraid, with the regulations that construction of the high-rise buildings must use the lightweight construction materials up to 90%, whether the production facilities meet the number of products.
In this regard, the General Director Pham Van Bac shared, the manufacturing facilities are now capable of the large volume. At present, the growth rate of the construction investment process is relatively large, so the enterprises have also actively invested to increase the production base of the construction materials – Mr. Bac cited.
Moreover, in the production process, the enterprises also gradually improve the technology, production process and the factors that make up the quality of the products, making the construction materials become better, cheaper. The goal of bringing the construction materials gradually occupy the market is not too far.
The necessary and sufficient conditions for the development of the construction materials are to follow the market mechanism, to create quality products and reasonable price – Mr. Bac affirmed.
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