Renewal Design of Vacant Space and Concrete Framed Girder-Column Structures in Shopping Malls under the Rise of Vacancy Rate during the COVID-19 Epidemic -A case study in Fuzhou, China
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- concrete frame; girder-column; seismic resistant; pandemic cities; mall design
Reinforce Concrete Framed girder-column structures is an important supporting system in concrete facilities apart from shear wall system. When necessary reinforcement is being conducted in response to increased loading, evaluation of influence on the seismic-resistance performance exerted by corresponding alterations is of vital significance in determining proper approach to strengthening the structures.
During the epidemic, the vacancy rate of urban shopping malls has raised significantly. Taking the renewal and reconstruction of local vacant space in Yongjia shopping mall, Fuzhou, China as an example, this study is aimed to find out the way to reactive shopping malls in the post-pandemic period. On-site observation and interviews with relevant personnel have been implemented to establish the site model. Findings include the importance of the fully integrated environment of both online and offline and the importance of integrating online shopping into commercial buildings for the city. The study concludes that the solution is to combine the ‘online space’ such as live broadcast space into the vacant space in the deprived shopping mall. Moreover, this project illustrates a combination of traditional and contemporary seismic reinforcement approaches in real concrete frame structure reinforcement project.
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TY - CONF AU - Jiayi Luo AU - Zicheng Fang PY - 2022 DA - 2022/05/16 TI - Renewal Design of Vacant Space and Concrete Framed Girder-Column Structures in Shopping Malls under the Rise of Vacancy Rate during the COVID-19 Epidemic -A case study in Fuzhou, China BT - Proceedings of the 2022 International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Economy（UPRE 2022） PB - Atlantis Press SP - 291 EP - 297 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aebmr.k.220502.052 DO - 10.2991/aebmr.k.220502.052 ID - Luo2022 ER -