Foundation stone for collectorare complex to be laid today
A new integrated Warangal Urban district collectorate complex will be coming up soon at the existing office site at Subedari in Hanamkonda. The foundation stone for the construction of the office complex is scheduled to be laid on Wednesday.
Warangal: A new integrated Warangal Urban district collectorate complex will be coming up soon at the existing office site at Subedari in Hanamkonda. The foundation stone for the construction of the office complex is scheduled to be laid on Wednesday.
Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari along with Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary, Roads and Buildings Minister T Nageshwar Rao, Finance Minister E Rajendar and Tribal Welfare Minister A Chandulal will lay the foundation stone.
The new office complex will be constructed at an expenditure of Rs 35.38 crores, for which the State government has given an administrative sanction through a GO Rt. No. 245 on May 1, 2017. The total site area is 10.97 acres. The state-of-art structure will be G+2 RCC framed structure with plinth area of 53,940 square feet and with a built-up area of 1,59,308 square feet. Landscaped area will be 3.86 acres while parking area will be 1.19 acres, informed the district roads and buildings officials.
Tracks and Towers Infratech Private Limited, Hyderabad is the contracting agency. The estimated period of completion is 12 months. There will be a collectorate block, auditorium block, plaza, lawn, internal roads and electrical substation besides several other amenities.
The government office buildings are located at different places throughout the Warangal city causing inconvenience to public. Hence the government has decided to bring all the district government offices to a single location, the officials said.
The foundation stone laying ceremony will be presided over by Warangal West MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhasker, ZP Chairperson G Padma, MP P Dayakar, MLAs K Surekha and A Ramesh, city Mayor N Narender, KUDA Chairman M Yadava Reddy, Roads and Buildings Principal Secretary Sunil Sharma, District Collector Amrapali Kata and others will be present at the ceremony.