Hiten Sethi Architects appointed as Consultant Architects for ISCDL Sports City Project

Sarvesh Joshi Jun 18, 2022 0

The Government of Indore held a competition for providing consultancy services for the proposed Sports City Mixed-Use Complex at Indore, Madhya Pradesh. In the Indore Metropolitan Region, the project is a public-private venture by the Indore Smart City Development Limited. There were three competitors, Sandeep Shikre and Associates, Vivek Bhole Architects Private Limited (Neo Modern Arch), and Hiten Sethi Architects

After a keen assessment, Indore Smart City Development Limited has appointed Hiten Sethi Architects as Consultant Architects for the ISCDL Sports City Mixed-Use Complex. The Consultant Architects will provide their consultancy services for Architectural Master Planning, producing a detailed design, Project Management Consulting (PMC), project handling, and work on the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for the proposed Sports City Mixed-Use Complex at Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

The project’s construction will begin in 2022 and will be completed by 2027. With the estimated cost of INR 100 crores, the project spreads across a land parcel of 20,00,000 sq. ft. 

Name of the ProjectISCDL Sports City Mixed-Use Complex, Indore
Name of the DeveloperIndore Smart City Development Limited
Names of the Competing FirmsSandeep Shikre & Associates, Vivek Bhole Architects Private Limited (Neo Modern Arch), and Hiten Sethi Architects
Awarded By Indore Smart City Development Limited
Awardee RoleConsultant Architect
Awarded CompanyHiten Sethi Architects
Pin code452003
Year of Construction Commencement2022
Year of Construction Completion 2027
Total Construction Area (in sq. ft)20,00,000 sq. ft
Total Project CostINR 500 crores
Project Category Smart City Project
Building Use Sports Infrastructure
Project SectorPublic – Private (PPP Model)

The Indore Smart City Mission is a part of the Smart Cities Mission is an initiative by the Government of India to drive India into the age of advancement through economic growth. This advancement rests on the shoulders of India’s cities, which are the engines of economic growth. These cities are contributing 63% of India’s GDP, even though only 31% of the population lives in these urban areas.

The Mission envisions promoting mixed land use in area-based developments–planning for ‘unplanned areas’ containing a range of compatible activities and land uses that are close to one another in order to make land use more efficient. Flexibility in land use and building bye-laws will be possible thanks to the States. 

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