Express press service
HYDERABAD: A state-of-the-art multi-purpose congress hall will be set up near Prasads Multiplex in Khairatabad. Although the state government can generate a few hundred crores of revenue by auctioning off the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) land plot spread over one acre, a reception hall has been proposed as she would help the underprivileged organize functions and events at nominal fees.
In February, MAUD Minister KT Rama Rao announced the construction of the village hall on the grounds of HMDA. Now, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has tendered consultancy services for the construction of the multi-purpose hall. The consultant will prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the proposed convention hall.
GHMC officials said The new Indian Express that the consultant should prepare the conceptual plans, detailed engineering drawings, working drawings of the detailed and abstract estimates with the analysis of the rates of the tender documents, the structural drawings and the working drawings of the works civil, electrical, water supply, sanitary, firefighting and landscape. They should also make a work plan for each floor as needed.
Detailed estimates for technical sanction and drawings of all civil elements, water supply, sanitary, electricity, fire fighting, mechanical equipment, air conditioning, acoustics and Landscaping and other related works such as elevation, paving, rainwater harvesting based on approved floor plans, would also be to be done by the consultant, officials added.
They said consultants were required to submit architectural plans and sectional elevations in accordance with GHMC building regulations. Plans for each floor must be submitted within 10 days from the date of issuance of the acceptance letter to obtain approval from the relevant authority, officials added.
Proximity to the main monuments of the city
The hall would be built on a 7,000 square meter plot near the Indra Nagar Dignity Housing Colony, the proposed 125-foot-tall statue of Dr BR Ambedkar and the iconic Prasads Multiplex in Khairatabad.