[Concurrent] Zhang Yi, General Manager of China Construction International Medical Industry Development Co., Ltd.

  So when we are doing some temporary (community isolation and treatment facilities), we think more about the need to install more people under the condition of meeting the basic clean and dirty zoning, so as to play a benign role in the epidemic situation in the society barrier effect.

  [Commentary] The person in the picture is Zhang Yi, who is the chief designer of the eight community isolation and treatment facilities projects in Hong Kong aided by the Central Government.

Affected by the epidemic, cross-border transportation by land has encountered great difficulties. Most of the materials and equipment used in the construction of the project need to be shipped to Hong Kong by sea, which involves many terminals and poses great challenges in management.

Therefore, the company established a smart construction site command center in the Penny's Bay Community Isolation and Treatment Facility, with a smart logistics management system, precise control to ensure that the "big artery" is not blocked.

  [Concurrent] Zhang Yi, General Manager of China Construction International Medical Industry Development Co., Ltd.

  In this smart transportation-MIC system, we can see the entire process from the production of the factory, to the terminal, to the project.

In the past, in many cases, there were too many things, and the goods could not be found at the dock or the project (inside), and the factory had already sent it out. This system effectively avoids us repeating production, construction, and people looking for materials. , so that the (construction) efficiency is greatly improved.

  [Explanation] Thanks to the mutual cooperation of technology and manpower, the six temporary community isolation and treatment facilities in Hong Kong that the central government assisted in the construction of Hong Kong in the first phase have all been delivered, providing a total of about 20,000 beds, which has greatly relieved the pressure on Hong Kong's medical system. Provide strong support for the fight against the epidemic.

  [Explanation] Now, two permanent community isolation facilities in Penny's Bay and Kai Tak will also be delivered one after another from the end of April.

Wang Yong, the on-site person in charge of Hong Kong's Penny's Bay Community Treatment Facility, told reporters that the 450,000-square-meter Penny's Bay Community Treatment Facility is the largest among the eight projects.

  [Concurrent] Wang Yong, Site Director of Hong Kong Penny's Bay Community Treatment Facility

  At present, this project has 4,000 workers working day and night. Our project has started on the 53rd day, and our project management staff has exceeded 200 people. At present, the first phase behind me is about to be delivered, and the first phase has more than 1,000 workers. units with more than 2,000 beds.

  [Explanation] The highest temperature in Hong Kong in April has exceeded 30 degrees Celsius. Many workers' faces covered by masks are clearly demarcated from other parts of their skin colors. Tang Jinlong, a Hong Kong-based construction worker responsible for the transportation of construction site materials, is one of them.

Wearing a mask at high temperature for a long time left a clearly visible mask mark on Tang Jinlong's face, and a blood stain was drawn behind his ear. He was tired and still showed a vibrant smile in front of the camera.

He said he hoped to contribute to society and the country.

  [Concurrent] Tang Jinlong, employee of China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.

  I often have to start work from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., and I even try to rush to work until three or four in the morning, and I have never tried to take a holiday, so the time is very tight.

I am very proud. Before I came to the construction site, I asked everyone to come and help. I hope to contribute to this society and this country, and I hope to complete the task as soon as possible.

  Reporter Liang Yuan Hong Kong reports

Responsible editor: [Wang Yu]