A 16-storeyed government twin tower will be constructed by the Public Works Department near the MPEB office in Tulsi Nagar, Bhopal. As many as 64 D-type houses will be constructed for government officers in the twin tower.
The construction work will begin in the onth of February. Public Works Minister Shri Sajjan Singh Verma said that the Congress has promised in the party manifesto to build multi-storeyed buildings after demolishing the old government houses to resolve the housing problem of government employees. Accordingly the twin tower is being constructed in Bhopal.
There will be all modern facilities in the 16-storeyed twin tower government quarters which will come up at a cost of Rs 38 crores. This twin tower will be completed in about 18 months.The project implementation unit of the Public Works Department has reserved 3 acres of land for construction of the building.
There were ruins of 16 government houses lying vacant since several years on this land which has been razed and the land has been prepared for the construction of the twin tower.
The twin tower will have parking facility in the basement and ground floor. The building will be built with earthquake and fire resistant material and will also have lift facility.
All parameters of the green building concept will be adhered to in the twin tower. The tower will have maximum natural air and light facility. Arrangement has also been made for adequate open spaces in the residential premises.
Four 16-storeyed towers to come up in Indore also
In Indore also, the project implementation unit of Public Works Department will construct 4 towers of 16 storeys to solve the housing problem of government employees.
There will be 66 E-type and 66 F-type houses in these towers. The bhoomi-pujan for the construction of the four towers is also proposed to be in the month of February. The towers will be constructed at a cost of Rs 70 crores. The project implementation unit of the Public Works Department will construct multi-storeyed buildings for government employees in Jabalpur and Gwalior also on the same lines.