amphitheatre, sound and light show to liven up waterfront | nagpur news - times of india
MahaMetro plans a larger replacement.
Planning is Planning a music fountaincum-
When MahaMetro will build a Amphitheater for people to enjoy, sound and light performances on the lake.
A road tunnel will be built under the amphitheater so that it will not become a traffic barrier.
In addition, the audience will not be disturbed by the sound of passing vehicles.
PP Dhankar, executive engineer at Nit solutions (west)
The cost of the sound and light Performance Program is Rs 50, he said.
The work order has been sent to a French company and price negotiations are underway.
All equipment will be imported from France, he added.
Indian Air Force (Indian Air Force)IAF)
The maintenance headquarters at the headquarters was at the lake and they raised objections and therefore did not use lasers.
There will also be an upper limit on The Voice limit, Dhankar said.
Amphitheater and road tunnels are NIT projects but will be carried out by MahaMetro in accordance with the instructions of the Federal Minister of Transport, Nitin Gadkari.
The project also includes the construction of a cement road from futara to Bharat Nagar through land belonging to Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krushi Vidyapeeth (PDKV).
The total cost is RS 114.
NIT will receive Rs 40 for the project from the central road fund approved by Gadkari.
The View gallery will be an open structure with seating arrangements similar to the Yeshwant Stadium.
It will run along the length of the lake so that the most people can see the music fountain.
However, the gallery will have a stretch roof to cover during the rainy season.
The tunnel and gallery will be 12-metre wide. The 600-
The metre-long tunnel will start a distance from the Amaravati road to Lake fu la.
It will last until T-
On the other end of the lake.
According to the environmental norms, its floor will be one metre higher than the lake.
The viewing gallery will be built at the top of this tunnel, and MahaMetro proposes to build a shop between the tunnel and the amphitheater, But NIT is not in the mood to accommodate the owner of the razed waterfront store because of it
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