Booth Arrangement/ Booth Withdrawal

1. Instructions for Booth Arrangement

(1) Construction Location

No booths shall block the existing operation places in the pavilion, and the booth structure shall not block the firefighting facilities, electrical equipment, emergency exit and audience passage and various signs in the pavilion. The distance between the temporary facilities and the wall surface shall not be less than 0.6m.
The area of exhibition booth constructed by the constructor shall not exceed the rented exhibition area, and the projection sideline shall not exceed the boundary line of the rented exhibition area. The area of special booth constructed by the constructor shall be consistent with the declared exhibition area. If the booth exceeding the declared space, they exhibitor shall apply to the Organizing Committee and relevant department of the pavilion for approval, and complete the construction procedures for the pavilion timely.

The constructed height of each booth shall not exceed the specified height:

Special indoor booth: The height of each booth in the pavilion 1-8 shall not exceed 5m (the height of each booth near the passages at the edge of the pavilion shall not exceed 4.5m).

The height of each booth in the pavilion 9 shall not exceed 5m. Exhibitors and constructors shall note this.

Noticeable space parameters in the pavilion: For each booth, the decorated and constructed height shall not exceed 50cm from the ceiling surface, 50cm from the equipment on the ceiling, and the height of the suspended objects shall be at least 2.5 m from the ground.

Ground load-bearing capacity in the pavilion: The ground load-bearing capacity of the first floor of the pavilion is 3 tons/, and for the pavilion with vibrated exhibits when operated, the above-mentioned ground load-bearing capacity shall be reduced by 50%.
Cargo entrance: Pavilion 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are single-side open with two rolling shutter doors.

All facilities in the pavilion shall not be damaged or changed in nature of use and positions. The buildings inside and outside the pavilion shall not be nailed, perforated, painted, posted. In short, all the facilities in the pavilion shall not be damaged.

Racks at the top of the pavilion shall not be used as a temporary tool for hoisting the special booth structure.

Any exhibitors intending to hang banners and flags shall apply to the exhibition in advance. And the weight of each lifting point must be controlled within 5KN /. Suspensions shall not be connected with the structure of the booth, and the projection position shall be within this booth. Various banners and flags are forbidden to be hung above the passages.

The temporary facilities shall not use the fixed facilities such as the pillars and walls in the pavilion as their supporting and leaning objects.

Temporary facilities shall not be construed and pile up any articles under the fireproof (smoke-proof) rolling curtain doors.

There shall be no less than 4m passage at the back plate for the booths adjacent to the evacuation doors, and the warning board for safety doors shall not be blocked.

(2) Special Booth Design

The design of special booths shall meet the load-bearing strength requirements, and the site construction shall ensure that the whole structure of the booth shall have sufficient strength, rigidity and stability. For fire protection requirements and specifications for special booth design, please refer to the Code for Fire Prevention in Design of Interior Remodeling of Buildings.

For all special booths, exhibitors shall provide booth details and node details (stamped with the seal of National First Class Registered Structural Engineer) and structure review report. During the design and construction, the safety of the booth shall be fully considered so as to ensure that the whole structure of the special booth can resist various loads.

Floor of special booths must be paved with suitable materials. It is not allowed to directly use the ground of the pavilion for exhibition. The flame retardancy of the decoration materials used shall not be lower than Grade B1.

When there is a height difference between the exhibition platform and the ground, it is necessary to set a gentle slope to the common passage (ramp-type platform structure) at the edge of the exhibition platform within the booth area, to prevent public personal injury caused by the height difference between the exhibition platform and the ground. Handrails must be designed if the walking area and the margin drop to the walking area is greater than 0.2m. The handrails at all walkways, slopes, footbridges and steps shall conform to the relevant design regulations and requirements of JG 3002.3-1992 Residential Stair Balustrades and Handrails. The handrails shall be more than 1.10m above the ground and shall be provided with top strings, middle strings and the lower strings. The ground at the opening of the booths on the first floor shall be provided with high anti-shaking planks 0.05m above the ground. To prevent objects, such as wine glasses, from sliding down from the rails, the rails and the top of the rail should be in the form of circular arcs.

Fully enclosed ceilings shall not be used to decorate the special booths. The ceiling of each booth shall not block the firefighting facilities at the top of the pavilion. The ceiling of each booth shall have at least 50% plane open area. The fire protection shall be designed in the enclosed area. The ceiling and wall shall be equipped with Class A decoration materials and firefighting equipment, to ensure the fire safety of the special booths.

Bolting, riveting or prefabrication welding shall be used for the mutual connection between the steel architecture artifacts or components of the special booths. Lead wire, iron wire and steel wire shall not be used for binding.

Those exhibitors of the booths crossing the public passageways shall not design the booth structure on the public passageways during booth arrangement. The booth structures include the booth structure, advertising structure, other design elements or displays of exhibits. Passageways do not belong to the rented booth area, and shall not be used for any publicity purpose.

Single pieces of wallboard shall not be constructed (excluding some partition walls in the booth area) on either side of the island booths (booths with four sides open). Exhibitors are responsible for providing their own wallboards and shall not display their names and signs on the back or side panels of their adjacent booths.

Any booth structure shall not block the firefighting system, emergency outlets, audience passages, air-conditioning air outlets, electrical equipment, air vent and monitoring system in the pavilion. No exhibition frame, exhibition platform, whole floor platform and various kinds of goods shall be constructed under the fireproof rolling curtain doors of the pavilion. It is strictly forbidden to cover and block the pillars in any way where the fireproof rolling curtain door is located, to ensure smooth lifting of the fireproof rolling curtain doors. A maintenance channel of 1.0m must be reserved between the booth and the wall in the pavilion without stacking objects; At least 1.5m wide passage shall be maintained between the booth and the entrance to the exit, the door, the contact point of the alarm bell, the door of the generator room, and the first aid and firefighting devices.

(3) Construction Materials

The construction materials used shall meet the firefighting requirements. The flame-retardant performance grade of the booth construction materials shall not be lower than B1 (flame retardant type, such as carpets). The wood structure shall be soaked in firefighting water for 48 hours or brushed with 3 mm fire retardant coating before entering the site. Flame retardant or flame-retardant materials shall be chosen as the construction materials. Elastic cloth, curtain fabrics and yarn products shall not be used to decorate the booth. All booth construction materials shall be provided with relevant fireproof inspection reports.

On-site construction only supports assembly operation, no on-site cutting or processing operation is allowed.

Environmental protection requirements: Green environmental protection materials shall be used. On-site operation of harmful substances such as paint, spray paint and coating shall not be used.

Inflammable and explosive articles (such as alcohol, dilute materials, rubber water, etc.) shall not be used for booth construction.

Toughened glass must be used if it is necessary to use glass materials to decorate the special booths, so as to ensure the strength and thickness of glasses (the thickness of curtain wall glasses shall not be less than 8mm). Glasses shall be installed reasonably and firmly with metal frames or professional hardware. Elastic materials shall be used as cushions between the frames and hardware and glass materials to ensure the safety of glass use. Large area glass materials shall be marked with obvious marks to prevent breakage and personal injury. If glasses are used for the platform, the structural support pillar wall must be fixed under the platform, and to ensure the stability of the structure, the booth structure shall not be erected directly on the smooth glass surface.

Seamless steel pipe with diameter of more than 100mm shall be used for steel structure pillars. The bottom welding chassis and upper welding flange shall be used to increase the contact area of connection points to ensure the firmness of special booth structures.

The floor width of the main wall of the building structure shall not be less than 150mm, and the density of the keel shall not be less than 400mm × 400mm, to ensure the contact area and bearing strength between the wall and the ground. Cross beams shall be set up at the top and pillars shall be set up at the lower between the large-span wall and steel frame structure over 4m to ensure the overall rigidity and stability of the booth.

The selection of construction materials shall conform to the relevant national standards for the use of materials for temporary buildings, and shall be reasonably selected according to the characteristics of the exhibition.

The booth construction and decoration materials must meet the requirements of the national standards for indoor environmental pollution control of Category II civil building projects (cultural entertainment places, libraries, pavilions, gymnasiums, etc.).

(4) On-site Management

Constructors shall carry out construction within the specified time and area, and designate one person responsible for site safety for each booth in the construction site, who shall wear the safety personnel logo on the site and be fully responsible for the safety and fire prevention of the construction site during the whole construction period and the exhibition period, and shall not leave the booth without authorization and obey the management of the site staff. After the opening of the Exhibition, the constructors shall keep the responsible on-site safety personnel and full-time personnel on duty, to deal with any problems found in time.

The exhibitors and constructors shall abide by the relevant regulations and specifications in the domestic construction industry, and ensure that the on-site construction personnel and special installation operators have obtained the corresponding operation qualification certificate or work permits. The operators shall strictly follow the rules and regulations so as to prevent any illegal operation.

During construction, the constructors shall clean up all kinds of discarded articles such as construction garbage at any time, and the construction materials shall be neatly stacked in this booth. The fire control tools shall not be occupied. Otherwise, the pavilion has the right to confiscate and reserve the right to deduct the construction deposit.

All structural backboard walls of the back-to-back booths shall be properly decorated and covered nicely and neatly instead of being exposed, and shall not affect the display effect of the adjacent booth. No articles are allowed to be stacked in all the security channels behind and on the side of the booth.

High-altitude operation management: All construction activities at a height of more than 2m shall be defined by the organizer as high-altitude operation. Therefore, all high-altitude operation shall comply with the regulations and technical specifications of Technical Code for Safety of High-Altitude Operation of Building Construction JGJ80-91.

The ladder or other simple lifting equipment above 2m shall not be used for high-altitude operation in the pavilion. All third-party booth constructors shall rent the high-altitude operation platform and professional lifting equipment with the supplier for the main exhibition area. If the construction personnel who illegally use unqualified high-altitude operation equipment, the organizer and the operator of the main exhibition area have the right to prohibit their operation and stop the similar operation before they obtain the qualified equipment.

The high-altitude operation involved in indoor hanging points and suspension shall first be confirmed by the exhibition site manager, and shall be carried out with the assistance and management of the supplier for the main exhibition area. All indoor hanging points and suspension shall not be suspended and operated without permission, and construction personnel shall not carry out hanging points and suspension or load-bearing suspension on other structures or facilities in the pavilion.
During high-altitude operation, overlapping and alternating operations shall be avoided, and it is prohibited to throw or toss tools among the personnel. All personnel shall store the tools they carried in a closed tool bag to prevent the occurrence of objects falling from high altitudes, etc. Construction personnel shall not drink or smoke before carrying out high-altitude operation and during the whole construction process. Construction personnel shall stop high-altitude operation immediately in case of physical discomfort or fatigue.

When installation of glass curtain wall or large-scale construction materials or structural components is involved in high-altitude operation, the exhibitors and the third-party booth constructors shall limit the flow of people in their operation area by erecting necessary warning signs to warn people not to pass under the operation area, and assign special personnel to maintain order and remind passing people in the surrounding area.

Construction vehicles entering the pavilion must drive slowly, avoid to touch the cable trench cover plate on the ground, and pass slowly perpendicular to the cable trench direction, so as not to cause damage to the trench cover plate when passing over the cable trench.

The constructor of the special booth with potential safety hazards shall make rectification on schedule, reply the rectification results timely, and accept the re-examination after receiving the Notice of Booth Construction Safety Hazard issued by the related department of the pavilion.

No operation tools such as electric saws and electric planers shall be used in the pavilion.

No fireworks shall be brought to the pavilion, and the constructor shall not operate with naked fire such as electricity and gas welding during construction.

Configuration requirements for firefighting facilities: From the date of entering the exhibition area, each booth shall be equipped with one more than 4kg of qualified dry powder fire extinguisher for every 20 , two more than 4kg of qualified dry powder fire extinguishers for every 20-30 , and so on, which shall be placed in obvious places. Each top-covered special booth shall be equipped with one more than 6kg of qualified dry powder fire extinguisher for every 20 , two more than 6kg of qualified dry powder fire extinguishers for every 20-30 , and so on.

The empty booths which are still constructed and arranged shall be withdrawn by the Organizing Committee after 12: 00 p.m. on August 29, all losses caused by which shall be borne by the exhibitors. In case of any special circumstances, the exhibitors shall submit application to the Organizing Committee; the exhibitors who withdraw their booths before 17: 00 September 5 shall, upon discovery and confirmation, be recorded and canceled the qualifications to participate in the next exhibition, and deducted with the deposit for all the exhibits.

(5) Instructions for On-site Construction Personnel

英语图.jpgConstruction personnel of each construction unit shall wear uniform dress and wear the special construction passes issued by the Organizing Committee when entering or leaving the pavilion. During construction, all construction personnel shall wear a safety helmet with chinstrap fastened, and consciously accept the inspection of relevant personnel.

Construction personnel shall abide by the Administration Regulations on Construction and the site management in the pavilion.

Construction personnel shall pay attention to safety protection and civilized construction, and shall be equipped with necessary safety protection appliances to ensure safe operation environment.
Construction personnel shall take good care of public facilities inside and outside the pavilion, and shall not pile up sundries on the green space outside the pavilion.

Construction personnel shall not smoke in the pavilion.

Climbing operation personnel must observe the climbing operation specification. Such as wearing a safety helmet with chinstrap fastened, a safety belt, labor protection shoes, and neat dress and trousers with the buckles fastened.

※ Personnel who fail to comply with the above provisions may be refused to enter the construction site by the pavilion security personnel and on-site supervision personnel.

2. Instructions for Booth Withdrawal

The front and back doors of the pavilion will be open for the booth withdrawal, and large or heavy articles shall be moved out of the pavilion from the rear side doors.

Vehicles transporting exhibits shall be subject to the command of traffic management personnel. The drivers shall not leave their vehicles. It is strictly prohibited to stop or block the traffic, and the violators shall be punished according to the regulations.

Take care of the personal belongings during the exhibition withdrawal. Those who take other people's goods on purpose shall be treated as crime of theft.

Facilities in the pavilion shall not be carried away or damaged, and the violators shall make compensation according to the actual prices of the facilities.

Self-hung and posted objects shall be removed and cleaned up by the owners.

All exhibits should be withdrawn from the pavilion. If it is necessary to keep the articles temporarily stored in the pavilion, please rent the warehouse at the operation service desk of the exhibition in advance.

Vehicles transporting booth construction materials shall not enter the pavilion without permission during the exhibition withdrawal. The vehicles must leave immediately after loading and unloading the booth construction materials, which shall not stay overnight in the pavilion.

The constructors shall carry out the exhibition withdrawal gently, and shall withdraw all the construction materials from the pavilion, who shall not stack the wastes in the pavilion or transfer or resell the wastes in the pavilion.

Exhibitors are only allowed to take small articles out of the exhibition during the exhibition period. The exhibitors’ staff shall apply for the issuance of the "exit pass" with their “exhibition certificate” at the site service desk of each special hall when leaving the pavilion with the article. During booth withdrawal period, the exhibitors shall apply for the issuance of the "exit pass" at the site service desk of each special hall when transporting exhibits.

The exhibition site command is the supervision organization for the exhibition arrangement and withdrawal, which is responsible to supervise and manage the whole exhibition arrangement and withdrawal and punish the units violating the regulations. Any violators during the exhibition arrangement and withdrawal will be punished in accordance with the Regulations on Punishment for Violations.