ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES DEPLOYED
WorldGate Community International five hundred (500) acre project will rise from the sea! We use a process known as DEEP CEMENT MIXING TECHNOLOGY. Deep Cement Mixing (DCM) is a civil engineering deep foundation technique where a binder material, typically cement, is injected into the ground for ground stabilization and land reclamation. In ground stabilization applications it is typically used to obtain a better load bearing capability of the existing soil, etc. in order to bear buildings and other structures. The restrictions for development of these massive projects have been eliminated.
This advanced method of construction will allow our vast project to be completed on time and on budget. DEEP CEMENT MIXING is more expensive upfront, but when you look at the cost of delay which standard construction reclamation techniques are known for, the cost is justified, and with the monetized value of the project at over $80,000,000,000 when open, the decision was simple. Also, the time to completion is cut in about half and allows WorldGate Community International project to be built concurrently with our Modular Direct building schedule to completion and HVCC ASSEMBLY & LOGISTIC GROUP meet the opening dates we set.
Every WorldGate Community International project will follow the same design and engineering as well as all building on the project are identical, which allows for the amazingly fast buildout and development of our projects. It also allows for the ease of construction and cabling of the project since every detail can be preconfigured.
All building on WorldGate Community International are built in modular format and built in the United States by Modular Direct. Modular Direct has four plants that will be capable of building our modular for the projects. Each modular is built using high-performance building system for the room construction. Construction with 2 x 6 walls with R-19 insulation. R-38 ceiling insulation and Low E windows that meet or exceed ENERGY STAR criteria are all standard. The entire modular is sprayed with a fire retardant that prevent burning up to 2600 degrees for 0ver 1 hour.
All communication, electric cables, Pre-Action fire suppression systems and alarms and panel boxes as well as all plumbing connections are installed at the factory in Pennsylvania for all module. All Modular Direct construction is rated at United States Hurricane level 5.
Modules are staged at the staging points near the Modular Direct factory which is located nearest to the port where the modular are to be shipped to. HVCC ASSEMBLY & LOGISTIC GROUP provides and coordinates all shipping.
MODULAR DIRECT PLANT ASSEMBLE WITH STEEL
DEEP CEMENT CONSTRUCTION PROCESS