SPML Infra Ltd has won an order for smart infrastructure development from Vikram Udyogpuri Ltd. Valued at Rs.350 crore, the order will be executed in partnership with Om Metal Infraprojects Ltd. The order is part of the upcoming Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).
The development of Vikram Udyogpuri has been selected as one of the early projects under the development plan of Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow Investment Region which is one of the 24 regions of DMIC. The proposed site of “Vikram Udyogpuri” is located about 8 km from Ujjain and 12 km from Dewas and has a total area of 443.79 ha. The Madhya Pradesh government and Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation intend to facilitate development of trunk internal and external infrastructure for Vikram Udyogpuri.
Scope of work: Under this project scheme, SPML Infra will be developing smart infrastructures for 24×7 water supply with water treatment plant and pumping station, water supply conveyance from Shipra river to the site, complete sewerage network with sewage treatment and effluent treatment plants, storm water drainage system, solid waste management system, internal and external roads of 4 and 6 lanes, power transmission and distribution system, domestic gas distribution system, street lighting, CCTV and SCADA system, safety and security system, information and communication technology (ICT) network with peripheral boundary walls. This is first of its kind of a mini smart city project which will have all smart utility connected with technology for seamless services, a release from SPML Infra noted.
SPML Infra will execute this Design Build Operate (DBO) smart city project within three years followed by five years of operation & maintenance.