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  • Trivandrum | International Multi-Purpose Stadium

    The International Multi-Purpose Greenfield Stadium proposed to be constructing in the space available on the Kerala University Campus, Kariavattom, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum). This stadium is also the proposed venue for opening/closing ceremony for the 35th National games to be held at Kerala,Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) as the main venue.The total land in the layout is 34 acres.

    Capacity: 50,000
    2 Tiers
    Lighting Towers: 6
    Other Components: Mall, Exhibition cum Trade Center, Swimming Pool

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    Conceptual Design Perspective View



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      Layout Plan

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        From Google Maps

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          Design Guidelines

          The construction is going to be on DBOT basis, the minimum design guidelines and minimum specifications were supplied by NGS for the preparation of the Conceptual Design.

          Project Progress Status

          As per the government order G.O.(MS) No. 20/2011/S&YA of the S&YA Department dated 26.09.2011 sanction was accorded for the construction of Greenfield stadia at Kariavattom for the conduct of the 35th National Games by adopting annuity model.

          A two stage tender process was adopted for the selection of Developer for the construction of stadiums. Developers were empanelled through a prequalification process and RFP(Request For Proposal) issued to the pre-qualified developers inviting technical and financial bids for the development of stadium.

          M/s IL&FS Transportation Network Ltd (ITNL) emerged as successful bidder on DBOT (Design Build Operate and Transfer) basis with the lowest NPV(Net Present Value) quote for Rs.141.19Cr which is less than the indicative project cost of Rs. 161 crores mentioned in the RFP document.

          The Letter of Award(LOA) has been issued to M/s IL & FS Transportation Network Ltd (ITNL) for the construction of Karyavattom stadium dated September 29, 2011. Initiation of construction works at the project site is expected to start in two months time (Dec 2011). Procedure for land transfer of project site from University authorities to NGS is completed and construction works are under progress.

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            Layout



            Aerial View from South Side



            Aerial Night View from South Side



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              Aerial View from East Side



              Aerial Night View from East Side



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                Night View of Entrance Plaza/Retail Area



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                  View of Club House



                  Aerial View of Club House



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                        Construction Status as on 21.01.2013













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                          It is one of the six new stadiums in the world to be showcased at the upcoming edition of "TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2013" to be held on June 2013 in Manchester, UK

                          See the details here

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                            Great project.
                            I can Fly. We can Fly!
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                              Status as on 06.04.2013





                              Courtesy: anikuttan

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