The Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s ethnic groups completed construction of underground hygiene project

The underground hygiene project of the Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s ethnic groups is began constructing in June 2012 and finished in March 2013, has been utilized to serve visitors. This is the first time, the modern rest-room project is built in Thai Nguyen province in general and tourist culture area of the Northern mountain in particular.

This work is built with the modern materials; the composition of this work used the frame of concrete and steel rod which is combined with the concrete and steel rod wall system. With area of 500 square meters, the work includes the separate gents and ladies toilet area and the restroom area for disable people. The top surface of work is constituted a model of the terraced field that is combined with the outdoor exhibition areas. This combination makes bulding become soft and pure and integrated with surrounding landscapes of the museum. The system of electricity; water; fire alert; firefighting and conductor wire reached the underground equipment in wall and ceiling of work. The synchronous hygienic equipment is installed to ensure the standard of Vietnam and international. The air – condition and ventilation system ensure the parameter about temperature; humidity of air must achieve the standard and adapt to weather conditions and ensure beautiful-looking; science and convenience.