Noida Supertech Twin Tower Demolition: The administration is preparing for the last time a few hours before the demolition of the infamous Noida Twin Towers Manufactured by realty firm Supertech. 40 storey tower, Apex and CyanThe residents of the society are set to collapse at 2:30 pm on Sunday after fighting for their rights for nine years. As their fight ends in a few hours, here’s what you need to know about it Supertech Twin Tower Demolition,
– Currently only last minute inspections are left as the Noida Twin Towers – taller than Delhi’s iconic Qutub Minar – will be brought down in less than 15 seconds by waterfall implosion technology, which is considered safe by experts. They will be the tallest structures ever India To demolish, officials said.
Over 3,700 kg of explosives will be used to bring down structures in pursuance of a Supreme Court order that found their construction within the Emerald Court Society premises in violation of norms.
According to the guidelines, residents have started vacating the area. Around 5,000 residents of Emerald Court and the adjoining ATS Village Society in Sector 93A have to vacate their premises by 7 a.m. on Sunday, while removing around 3,000 vehicles and 150-200 pets, including cats and dogs, have to take it with you.
– The nearest buildings next to the Twin Towers are Emerald Court Society’s Astor 2 and Astor 3 which are just nine meters away. According to officials, the demolition will be done in such a way that there is no structural damage to other buildings.
– Roads leading to the Twin Towers in Noida Sector 93A will be diverted from Sunday morning, while the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, barely 200 meters from the site of demolition, will remain closed for vehicular movement from 2 pm to 3 pm, DCP (traffic) Ganesh Saha said.
Four mechanical sweeping machines have been installed at the authority level for cleanliness among the affected, while 100 sanitation workers have also been deployed. Apart from this, 50 water tankers have been arranged for washing of roads, footpaths, middle and trees and plants in the affected area.
Supertech Twin Towers, two 40-storey buildings, located in Sector 93A, Noida and with a combined area of over 7.5 lakh sq ft were slated to be home to over 900 families.
– Considering the total built up area of around 7.5 lakh square feet, the total demolition cost including explosives would be around Rs 20 crore.
Waterfall implantation method will be used to bring down the towers and the buildings will fall inwards. This would leave behind 55,000 tons of debris, or 3,000 trucks, for management. It will take about three months to clear the debris.
Only six people, including three foreign experts, Indian blaster Chetan Dutta, a police officer and myself, will remain in the exclusion zone to press the button for the blast that will bring down the Noida Twin Towers.
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