Karachi, May 27, 2012 (PPI-OT): KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed said construction of Korangi 14000 and 15000 Road will be completed in next 20 days with a cost of Rs213million whereas the rehabilitation work of Korangi Causeway and Korangi Crossing Roundabout will be done in the current financial year. He expressed these views while addressing the review meeting of development works presently underway in Landhi and Korangi.
The meeting was attended by D.G Technical Services Altaf G. Memon, Chief Engineer Mehmood Hussain Baloch and other concerned offices and engineers. Administrator Karachi said already 70 percent of construction work of 2 and a half kilometer long Korangi 14000 Road was completed with a 22 feet wide green belt. This road will be made green and clean with the tree plantation. RCC pipes of 12 and 18 inch dia were used for drainage of rain water.
He said that the citizens of Landhi and Korangi would get better travel facilities after completion of these works and the residents of adjoining areas would get rid of the staying of rain water and closure of road for traffic at the Koarngi Causeway. Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed expressed hope that the development works underway in Landhi and Korangi areas would be completed in time.
Director General Technical Services Altaf G. Memon meanwhile paid a visit of development works in Landhi and Korangi on the directive of Administrator Karachi. He briefed the meeting about the progress of work and said that the construction and rehabilitation of 14000 and 15000 Road will be completed in time. He also gave details of the works being carried out in the area.
Administrator Karachi directed the technical services department to ensure maintenance of quality in construction of roads. He said that the durability of project must also be taken into consideration. He further said that he will personally inspect the construction works of road next week.
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