Delhi-Mumbay Industrial Corridor Development

Planning and design of new town

This prestigious project concerns the site selection for a new town along the development corridor between Delhi and Mumbai. The new town will house 1 million people, so water supply, food security and accessibility where key factors in this search.

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A master plan for the new town was prepared, from vision to implementation, from regional planning to detailed design. The sustainable plan does justice to the rich ecological, social, and cultural values of this 200 km2 area in Rajasthan, a state with approximately 57 million people.

 

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DMIC is a mega infrastructure project of USD 90-billion, covering an overall length of 1,483 km between the political and the business capitals of India, i.e. Delhi and Mumbai. The DMIC corridor runs through five states and seeks to create a strong economic base with a globally competitive environment and state of- the-art infrastructure to trigger local commerce, enhance foreign investments, employment and attain sustainable development. Royal HaskoningDHV was leading partner in the consortium with Kuiper Compagnons.

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Urban van Aar

Urban van Aar

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