The BOH Visitor Center was designed by ZLG Design is located in Sungei Palas Estate Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. The choice of metalwork was based strictly on the need to reduce activities on the construction site. ZLG Design to expedite the construction of steel frames to mitigate the problems of delivery of tea leaves in the plant is currently operating at close.
The structural elements were very simple, using mostly standard section sizes. No major welding has been done, except for smaller components. The side windows and facade were fabricated off site and assembled quickly and put in place between the posts on a range of 9m girded. The steel structure is strictly limited to the structure of the upper floors, which are then assembled on site so as to sit atop a frame made of reinforced concrete deep beams covering a 350×1000 grid 9m.
The slabs are then finished and exposed, but the cement sealing make treaties, they have been applied with a dark and fleeting. The concrete floor pad allows for a truck and vehicles to go under general for the next phase of construction. The roof has been built along simple mild steel cap gathered to denounce the metal trussed beams.
These devices have been used to reduce the weight of the overall structure and also to reduce the distribution services within the voids between farms. A slight backward tilt helps drain the rainwater on the roof to one side of the roof, which simplifies the creation of a process of elevation. The bamboo and cement boards are designed to be externally exposed to the elements, and are also organizing to provide concealed lighting, using fluorescent battens very simple. They are mounted between two strips of cement board with sufficient gaps for the installation of these lights.