Central Vista Avenue
New Delhi, India
Re-development and upgradation of Central Vista Avenue and associated facilities at New Delhi, India. The revamped Rajpath involved: 1300 Chambers & Manholes to access underground trenches, 185 km of Electrical Cabling, 13.5 km of Stormwater Piping, 900 Light Poles along Rajpath and in the gardens, refurbished to include Public Address system, CCTV, flags, etc., 16 km of Granite pathways, 1,500 Bollards, and 450 Signages. Apart from the Rajpath that was relaid, the revamp also involved relaying of green lawns with irrigation system spread over 100 acres containing ~4,000 existing trees and designated walkways. The canals on both sides of Rajpath have been refurbished with ~9 lakh sqft of kotah stone lining and 16 permanent bridges have been built. The stretch has ~400 stone benches, other street furniture and also public conveniences. The other facilities built include four pedestrian underpasses, eight amenity blocks, India Gate plaza and parking areas for 1300 cars and 50 buses.