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     Dr.(Phys.)Dipl.-Ing.Ralf-Udo Hartmann

Thailand

In 1993, I get to Thailand as a tourist to kicked back and relaxed from the hard tour work! 
 
 
Koh Samui... (occasionally spelled Ko Samui) is an island of natural beauty and charm, a place where you can have your holiday any way you like it, kicked back and relaxed or active and fast-paced.
 
Beautiful white sand beaches, clean, clear warm water; lush tropical gardens and gentle ocean breezes await you at this ideal holiday destination. If you love the beach, this is the place for you! But this all alteration as I visit the owner of the Greenmango Club. The biggest club of the island just have started with the construction and hi be happy to have me as a consultant to take the club in the height's standard as possible.
 
  I very excite and start in an temporary office on construction side.
 
 
The foundation already, I design the electric city, light and sound system nobody has see this on the island before
 
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
Concrete construction makes additions a little more complicated and can cost more than a basic wood house. But other construction factors remain relatively equal. Building times are more or less the same, depending on labor and weather conditions.
 
I developing our own techniques, hands-on, It’s pretty much unlimited in the way you can design it; While I stresses the versatility of the material—that any kind of siding, trim or paneling that can be done with another material can be done with concrete.
 
 
   
 
Roof construction is also steel.
 
The other three building that has started are done with the so-called tilt-up method, which is not as time-consuming as traditional methods. A total of 10 buildings will be done the tilt-up way. Foundations and slab on grade are done the traditional way, but the walls are cast flat and later raised to vertical. Roof and internal steel construction support the wall system. To further save construction time, the roof's decking is constructed of pre-manufactured elements and clad with corrugated iron or wood shingles.

The Electric:
 
 
The Electric Utilities provides safe, reliable and affordable electric service to homes and businesses in the Greenmango Club by:
 
Operating and maintaining the electric system facilities, which are nearly all underground; Constructing major and minor electric system additions and modifications; Extending temporary and permanent services; Installing and maintaining the streetlight system;
Providing after-hours troubleshooting, customer service, and duty response; Presenting customer education programs on electric safety; and Promoting conservation to help customers save energy and money and help protect the environment.

 

10 Km Main-Power Cable:
 
Mains is the general-purpose alternating current (AC) electric power supply. In the US, electric power is referred to by several names including household power, household electricity, powerline, domestic power, wall power, line power, AC power, city power, street power, and grid power remotely controlled from the DOME <pictures on the right>
 
Dimmers are devices used to vary the brightness of a light. By decreasing or increasing the RMS voltage and hence the mean power to the lamp it is possible to vary the intensity of the light output. Although variable-voltage devices are used for various purposes, the term dimmer is generally reserved for those intended to control resistive incandescent, halogen, and more recently compact fluorescent (CFL) lighting. More specialized pulse-width modulation equipment is needed to dim fluorescent, mercury vapor, solid state, and another arc lighting.
 

 

 
Green Mango is famed for its iconic tree house design, a huge open-air space featuring multiple bars and spacious dance floors, reached via wooden bridges passing over the Mango River. The rustic Green Mango design is inspired by the nature of the club’s island setting and is complimented by the latest sound systems, creative lighting, and contemporary music to produce one of the world’s most distinctive nightclubs.
 
More than just an iconic nightclub, Green Mango bears the distinction of having a whole party street named after it – Soi Green Mango on Chaweng Beach Road – and has given rise to its equally popular sister clubs, Sweet Soul and Mambo!
 
 

Cool tunes, beautiful people and a mega-party atmosphere make this the prime venue for your happiest times on Koh Samui. Let’s have some fun! 

Located in the center of Chaweng, the buzzing beach district that makes Koh Samui the leading nightlife destination in South East Thailand, Green Mango is the heart and soul of upbeat, party all night entertainment on this dazzling tropical island.

Cool tunes, beautiful people and a mega-party atmosphere make this the prime venue for your happiest times on Koh Samui. Let’s have some fun!

Green Mango is famed for its iconic tree house design, a huge open-air space featuring multiple bars and spacious dance floors, reached via wooden bridges passing over the Mango River. The rustic Green Mango design is inspired by the nature of the club’s island setting and is complemented by the latest sound systems, creative lighting, and contemporary music to produce one of the world’s most distinctive nightclubs.

Big screens, pool games, giveaways, live shows, and games keep you entertained between sessions on the dance floor, and a range of drinks specials keep you going all night long.

 
 
Let’s take a step inside…
 
 
 
Live Cam 
 

More than just an iconic nightclub, Green Mango bears the distinction of having a whole party street named after it – Soi Green Mango on Chaweng Beach Road – and has given rise to its equally popular sister clubs, Sweet Soul and Mambo!

At Sweet Soul you can enjoy the best in Hip Hop and R&B and join the crowd on the dance floor, while over at Mambo, with its big screens showing live sports, a coffee bistro, an international menu and chill out tunes, you have the perfect spot to start and round off your night out.

 

 

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