logon Urban Regeneration @2015 China Industrial Park Conference
2015 China Industrial Park Conference On the morning of November 16, the 2015CIPC China Industrial Park Conference, co-sponsored by Shanghai Federation of Industrial Economics and China Industrial Park Development and Innovation Alliance, opened grandly at the Shanghai Baohua Marriott Hotel. This conference focused on the transformation of the development of China's industrial parks, bringing together professional forces from all sides, and at the same time gathering multiple areas of the park to jointly discuss the development path of the industrial park from investment promotion to investment landing. The conference discussed how government officials and development zone leaders can revitalize existing assets under the pressure of the economic downturn, open a comprehensive investment and financing model, how companies can effectively connect with industrial parks, and how investment and financing institutions can break the dilemma of fewer projects and more money. How to choose the government's only remaining high-quality resource package and policy support, how traditional real estate developers can transform high-tech real estate, how can industrial real estate and parks obtain a package of government projects?
As a warm-up event for the 10th anniversary, Ms. Wang Fang, CEO of Logon Architects, and Mr. Pascal Hartmann, Chief Strategy Officer, were invited to jointly deliver a keynote speech on "Project Positioning and Design's Increasing Value to Industrial Real Estate Projects". In his speech, he shared a number of park design practice cases such as Nanjing Tushen Science and Technology Park, Gusu Software Park, He Liaogouhe Area Production, Education and Research Base, Kunshan Small Nucleic Acid Industrial Science and Technology Park, and G+ Glass Park. It is unique and requires analysis and positioning. In the process of the overall positioning and design of the industrial park in the early stage, all problems and details that the project will face in the future must be fully considered. Before designing, architects need to understand what kind of functions the project needs to carry, especially for the type of industry and function. The design process must also consider the overall factors such as project location and project background. In addition, we should also study the real needs of users who will work and live in the industrial park in the future, and understand and evaluate the industrial model, business model, and project operation model of the project. This is also the key to the successful development of industrial real estate.