Major Running Construction Project in Ahmedabad

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An impulse of a button transforms outdoor stadium to an indoor showground — flat in six minutes. As football fans walk out of the venue after watching a game, school children steadily stream in for their annual function.

Amdavadis are all set to get one of its kind of a multi-purpose stadium with a capacity of 30,000 neighboring Kankaria Lake in Maninagar. With a project worth ₹ 250-crore, the stadium is being advanced by Trans-Stadia, technology partners of UK-based StadiArena, on the lines of Wembley Stadium.

Perceived by stadiologist Paul Fletcher, a specialized footballer who has turned Europe’s leading stadium specialist, the project will be uncovered all through the Swarnim Gujarat festivities to mark Gujarat’s 50th anniversary. It will be put up with Fletcher’s universally patented technology that adapts an outdoor stadium into an indoor field within minutes.

The project will occupy around 10 acres of land just on the outer edge of Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s Maninagar Assembly constituency and will be an added masterpiece for him, together with the renovated Kankaria lake complex which he revealed last year after expenditure of ₹ 30 crore.

CEO of TransStadi, Udit Sheth said, “While India has other indoor stadia, including large ones in Bangalore and New Delhi, the Ahmedabad project would be the first StadiArena — a stadium that adapts into an indoor showground”. The project would be completed in 18 months after construction is started.

The stadium’s main use will be for hockey and football, but it will also stock an auditorium, exhibition area, conference rooms, table tennis courts and restaurants.

Company officials state the stadium will be designed to sport around 10 sports.

TransStadia with the state government, has signed a memorandum of understanding. “The final plot allotment will end shortly,” said a senior official in the chief minister’s office.









2) Revamped Sardar Patel Stadium to be World’s Biggest: Gujarat Cricket Association





3) VS Hospital will soon have three towers

In terms of seating capacity the Sardar Patel Cricket Stadium would be the biggest cricket stadium in the world, after the make-over & reconstruction, Gujarat Cricket Association on Friday.

“In line with the dream of Amit Shah, GCA President and Narendra Modi, Prime Minister, Sardar Patel cricket stadium will be converted into Melbourne-like cricket ground, which will be the largest cricket stadium in the world,” said a joint statement by joint secretary Jay Shah and GCA vice president Parimal Nathwani.

The renovated stadium will have a seating capacity of 1,00,000. The pulling down of the present stadium, situated in Motera, on track before few days and will be completed in four months.

Building of the new stadium will take approximately two years, GCA said. The design, estimates and construction plans of the fresh stadium were totally approved by executive committee of GCA, said the release.

GCA said, Presently the stadium has a capacity of 54,000, with its six pavilions which was not enough in view of the rush of cricket fans during the matches.

The stadium has beheld many exciting moments in the cricket’s history. In this stadium, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar turn out to be the first batsman to touch 10,000-run mark. Likewise, breaking Sir Richard Hadlee’s record, Kapil Dev attained his 432nd test wicket in this stadium to be the highest wicket taker in the world.

Sachin Tendulkar recorded his first double century in Test cricket on this ground.





Medical Education Trust, the governing body of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation today permitted Rs 99.92 crore work of rebuilding of city’s Vadilal Sarabhai (VS) hospital. The construction order has been given to M/S Patel Infrastructure Private Limited via the bidding process.

The VS hospital was incorporated in 1931. A medical college was added to its 23 acre campus in 1953. Currently the hospital has 1155 + 88 bed facility.

The recreated version of hospital with 1.20 lakh square meter built-up area will contain 1450 beds.

The reconstruction project will be done within period of three years.

The entire project is worth Rs 331 crore.

The new multi-storied hospital will be erected through Chief Minister’s Swarnim Shaheri Vikas Yojna grant money.

  • It will have three towers
  • It will be built through green sustainable building norms
  • Helipad for emergency on terrace
  • 19 floors including two basements, ground floor and 16 floors on the land
  • Height of about 70 meter
  • OPDs,  emergency, radiology, trauma, low & high diagnostic sample collection, 36 operation theaters, blood bank, orthopedic, neurology, cardiac cathlab, pediatric, intensive, neonatal etc treatment facilities
  • 222 super specialty bed
  • 900 general bed
  • 200 paid bed
  • 128 ICU bed
  • Emergency fire ramps
  • Separate service block
  • JCI prescribed planning for infection control
  • Solar panels, geothermal cooling through earth air tunnel, eco soil escape
  • State of the art steel structural construction technology
  • Integrated building automation system
  • LED lights in common area and all LED automated street lights
  • Green roof technology
  • Rain water harvesting
  • 28 lift elevators in three towers, 2 stairs in basement, 6 fire stairs, 2 central stairs, 4 separate stairs
  • Landscaping and facility to park 2200 cars
  • Solar power panels/solar hot water system

4) Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad

Metro Link Express for Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, shortened MEGA, or Ahmedabad Metro is an under construction mass-transit rail system for the cities of  Gandhinagar  and  Ahmedabad  in Gujarat. The Phase–1 of project was permitted in October 2014 and is likely to finish by December 2018. The construction of building started on 14 March 2015





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