Start of preparatory work for the construction of a new collector building | Patna News

The demolished Patna collector building

PATNA: State of the Art Construction Works collection building should start as soon as the demolition of the old and dilapidated buildings located on the banks of the Ganges comes to an end. A total of eight buildings housed in the collector’s premises were razed after keeping the old registers and files.
chief engineer of the building construction department, Gautam Kumar, said demolition work would be completed within a week and engineers have already begun preparatory work for the construction of the new building, which will house all offices under one roof. “Removal of documents from the records room and SDO office is underway and will be bulldozed within a week. Excavation work has started, after which the construction of the new building will begin. The Collectorate building with state-of-the-art facilities is expected to be ready by July 2024,” he told this newspaper.
The proposed design of the B+G+5 building is inspired by the century-old building constructed by the Dutch-British architect and will be divided into three blocks – District Administration, Sub-Division Officers (SDOs) and District Development. commissioner (DDC) and office of the district-cum-multi-utility council. Spread over an area of ​​3.5 lakh square meters, the building will house all 39 district administrative offices under one roof with modern facilities.
The detailed project report of the building has been designed by the Delhi-based architectural firm on the same architectural design, giving a modern and efficient style to the upcoming building. The main block will have the district magistrate’s office on the top floor. It would have three different conference rooms with a capacity of 200, 80 and 40 seats. The air-conditioned conference rooms will be equipped with variable refrigerant volume, audiovisual system with projector.
According to the plan, all the blocks would have their separate entrance and exit route. The other two buildings would house the offices of SDO, DDC and DBO. The DBO-cum-multiutility building will have a vendor store, canteen, and space for banking and offices.
Around 225 CCTV cameras will be installed inside and outside the building and a fire alarm system will also be present with fire safety equipment. The collector’s premises will have parking spaces that can accommodate up to 455 vehicles, including 205 in the open car park and 240 in the basement. The building would be seismic.
To provide an eco-friendly environment and an energy-efficient campus, the collector’s premises will have four gardens in an area of ​​approximately 3,484 square meters. It would also have a rainwater harvesting system and a modern solar power plant on its roof.


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