Islamabad: The relevant departmental officers attended the Capital Development Authority Development Working Party (CDA-DWP) meeting, which was presided over by Chairman Noorul Amin Mengal and held at the CDA Headquarters.
After careful consideration, several development initiatives were put into view for approval.
The revised PC-1 for the construction of a medical facility in Capital Hospital’s additional block was approved. Capital Hospital’s newly built block formerly had a capacity of 100 beds, but permission has been granted to create 50 more beds by diverting funds from PC-1.
The project would cost Rs186.394 million and be finished in six months.
Similar to this, PC-1 of the Margalla Avenue N-5 to M-I extension project’s construction supervision project was also approved during the CDA/DWP meeting.
This project calls for the purchase of 2.4 km of land between Margalla Avenue and Motorway M-I, as well as the construction of this route.
Another component of this project is the building of the interchange on N-5. The project will cost Rs. 5,452.001 million and take eight months to complete.
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