Noida authority aims to demolish Supertech twin towers before 30 Nov
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Noida authority aims to demolish Supertech twin towers before 30 Nov

With less than two months until the Supreme Court deadline to demolish the twin towers approaches, Noida Authority officials said on Wednesday that the outline plan for the demolition process will be ready by October 12.

With the help of the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) in Roorkee, the Authority is preparing the bid document and will begin soliciting bids next week. A seven-member committee, consisting of an additional CEO as well as senior officials from the engineering and planning divisions, has been formed to oversee the entire process.

The RWA of Emerald Court will be brought on board by the Noida Authority in the coming days to discuss the exercise's safety parameters and procedure. Officials said they will write to the Supertech Group and request detailed drawings of the twin towers, as well as maps, to learn more about structural details, construction materials, and other details.

The CBRI has requested time until October 11 to prepare a detailed plan for bringing the towers down. Estimated costs will also be mentioned. Supertech will be responsible for the demolition as well as the removal of the debris from the site.

Residents will also ask the Authority to include cost estimates for measures necessary to ensure that structural and environmental safety protocols are followed, taking into account the concerns of families living in the same building.

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Also read: Demolition of Supertech twin towers poses challenges for India

With less than two months until the Supreme Court deadline to demolish the twin towers approaches, Noida Authority officials said on Wednesday that the outline plan for the demolition process will be ready by October 12. With the help of the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) in Roorkee, the Authority is preparing the bid document and will begin soliciting bids next week. A seven-member committee, consisting of an additional CEO as well as senior officials from the engineering and planning divisions, has been formed to oversee the entire process. The RWA of Emerald Court will be brought on board by the Noida Authority in the coming days to discuss the exercise's safety parameters and procedure. Officials said they will write to the Supertech Group and request detailed drawings of the twin towers, as well as maps, to learn more about structural details, construction materials, and other details. The CBRI has requested time until October 11 to prepare a detailed plan for bringing the towers down. Estimated costs will also be mentioned. Supertech will be responsible for the demolition as well as the removal of the debris from the site. Residents will also ask the Authority to include cost estimates for measures necessary to ensure that structural and environmental safety protocols are followed, taking into account the concerns of families living in the same building. Image Source Also read: Demolition of Supertech twin towers poses challenges for India

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