Omaxe’s Arm Bags Rs 907.1 Million Order From Hindustan Zinc

Omaxe, one of the largest real estate developers on Oct. 1, 2008 announced that the company’s subsidiary Omaxe Infrastructure and Construction (P) bagged an order worth Rs 907.10 million from Hindustan Zinc.
The order is for the development and construction of township for the new zinc smelter plant at Dariba, Udaipur of Hindustan Zinc.
The township which is spread over an area of 4,50,000 square feet in a 12.5 acre plot consists of G+2 and G+3 houses, hostels, club, shopping centre, guest house, Swimming Pool, surface transportation program (STP), wastewater treatment plant (WTP), Sub-station, Water Harvesting, Internal Services and External Services consisting of Roads, Drainage, Water Supply, Street Lighting, Lawns and Horticulture.

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  1. Posted October 3, 2008 at 1:47 am | Permalink

    It’s not just fancy roads and buildings that make a city livable. There’s a lot more by way of amenities that add life to it. By focusing on infrastructure that enhances quality of living, like parks, play grounds and thoroughfares, a city makes the grade. A city is more about the people that live in it. And while planning a city, it’s the people that should be thought of first, then the infrastructure needs to be developed. Similarly, the relatively new areas of Gurgaon, New Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore may have witnessed a deluge of real estate investment over the last decade, but they have failed to create livable urban spaces that really work. Gurgaon, a flashy boom town that has emerged almost overnight with shopping malls, condominiums and swank office towers, despite it being touted as ‘planned’ development, is hardly people-friendly. This is because it neither has a meaningful municipal waste disposal system nor a proper public transport network. As a result, the city, still half-built, already suffers from serious traffic snarls, power shortages and water-supply constraints.For more view- realtydigest.blogspot.com

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