Average Lifespan Of Buildings In China Is As Short As 25-30 Years
Currently, concrete construction is used in 55 percent of all building types.
This relatively short life span is due to an errors such as lack of long-term planning, which has resulted in the demolition of many apartment buildings a mere 15 years after they were built.
The report stated that in developed countries, the average life of a building is 80 years or longer. Some buildings last several hundred years. Buildings that can be used for long a time are not squandering resources and materials.
There is great potential for improving the useful life of public and residential buildings. It should be entirely possible to increase the average life span of a building to 100 years. For example, natural stones should be used in landmark buildings, and concrete should be used in urban residential developments.
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