Hankow Customs House, located at the intersection of Yanjiang Avenue and Jianghan Road, Hankou, Wuhan, was designed by the British Capital Sijiusheng Foreign Company and constructed by Shanghai Weiqingji Construction Factory. The construction started in the 11th year of the Republic of China (1922) and was completed in the 13th year of the Republic of China (1924). It covers an area of 1,499 square meters and a building area of 4,009 square meters. It is one of the three earliest existing customs buildings in China.
The Jianghanguan Building faces south and faces north. It has a symmetrical layout with a height of 41 meters. It adopts a reinforced concrete beam-slab-column structure and a raft-shaped foundation. It is composed of the main building and the bell tower on top. The main building has 4 floors and the ground floor is a semi-basement. The clock tower is about 23.1 meters high, the clock face is embedded in the four walls, and the diameter is 4 meters. A weather vane and an observation deck are set on the top of the bell tower. Jianghanguan Building combines the architectural style of the European Renaissance and the architectural form of the British clock tower. It has important historical value and architectural artistic value, and once became a symbol of Hankou city.
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|Material||thermoplastics, polycarbonate, ASA, nylon12 CF and Ultem® resin|
|Surface Treatment||Custom (Anodized, powder coating, etc.)|
|Main Process||SLA/SLS/FDM 3D Printing|
|Quality Control||Strictly Quality control in the whole process, from material to packing, Coordinate-measuring machine|
|Customized Drawings||Auto CAD, JPEG, PDF, STP, IGS, and most other file formats are accepted|