CEFC Ground Breaking Ceremony was successfully held in Shenzhen

The Ground Breaking Ceremony of China EU Future City (CEFC) was successfully held in Shenzhen Heming Park on June 17th. It marks the official starting of CEFC construction work.

Vice mayor of Shenzhen Yang Hong, NDRC-CCUD Director Li Tie, Party Secretary of Longgang District Feng Xianxue and many other Chinese and German officials attended the ceremony and lay the foundation of the CEFC project. The official Signing Ceremony between Tucher & Schmied Group and Longagng Urban Investment was held before the Ground Breaking Ceremony.

As the designer of CEFC, Progetto CMR, together with Huan de Group and Longang government, plays an important role in the project development. Massimo Bagnasco, Managing Director of Progetto CMR, introduced the Architectural design idea for German Industry 4.0 in the following China-EU Intelligent Manufacturing Forum.

CEFC is aimed to create a low-carbon and sustainable city with high-tech European industries which are related to industry. CEFC will be developed into one of the most important platform for the exchange between China and Europe with a show-case on low-carbon technology and concept.

The CEFC Project has a core area of 4sqkm with a total GFA of 8 million sqm. It is located in the international Low Carbon City of Longgang District, Shenzhen.

CEFC is developed by Huan De Group which is the development brand of Tucher & Schmied Family Office for Chinese projects. It is going to be built into a suitable city as well as a regional commercial hub, combining industrial, production, commercial and residential areas based on eco-friendly design.

The first phase of the CEFC project is named “Huan De City”, which will showcase the concept and technologies of the overall development. The CEFC project consist of three zones, including a Sustainable Urbanisation Park, a Life Science Park, as well as a 4.0 Business and Production Center. A production Base will be built additionally to provide production facilities to all of the 3 zones. This pilot project will become an international low carbon building demonstration project and a model of industry-city integration.