China Communications Consortium won the bid for Sichuan Art City project

Seetao 2021.09.13
  • The completion of the project will further optimize and improve the planning system of the airport economic zone
  • It will greatly promote the improvement of regional city functions and upgrade the city's taste

On September 11, 2021, the Sichuan Public Resources Exchange Center announced that the first phase of the Sichuan Tianfu International Art City project (investor + EPC) won the bid publicity, a consortium formed by the Third Public Bureau of China Communications and Sichuan Development Urban Construction Investment Co., Ltd. The project was won, with a total investment of about 5.14 billion yuan, a total construction and installation cost of about 3.381 billion yuan, and a construction period of 360 calendar days.

Project Overview

The first phase of the Tianfu International Art City project is located in the Lingong Economic Zone of Ziyang City, the core area of the integration of Chengde, Sichuan and Sichuan Province. The construction content is mainly about 245,000 square meters of school buildings and about 50,000 square meters of the Academy of Fine Arts in the cooperation area. On-campus art venues, school supporting infrastructure, construction of north-south landscape avenues, and corresponding construction land acquisition and demolition, about 1,230 acres of configuration land consolidation, supporting infrastructure, river management, ecological environment, park green space, mountain green space, public facilities, etc.

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The Lingong Economic Zone of Ziyang City, where the project is located, is in the core area of the integration of Chengde, Meiji and capital. The completion of this project will further accelerate the construction of the Chengdu-Chongqing university innovation ecosystem, fill the gap of independent art colleges in Sichuan Province, and help regional education and The development of cultural and artistic undertakings. Editor/Sang Xiaomei