India is known for its diversity. The different languages, culture, ethics, religion makes the land unmatched. Earlier days are gone, now the country is taking its steps into technology and various technological innovations are introducing themselves here. Technology dominates each and every field and the world of construction is also under its grasp. If you want to explore, what modern technology has done with the construction, then you are at the right place. Read on this blog post to know about the top five engineering marvels in India—
Completed on the year of 2015, it is India’s first airport, which depends on solar power. The airport is designed with PV plates and the plates are set over 25 acres near the airport to generate the power. This solar power system of the airport can prepare 50,000 to 60,000 electricity in a day. The solar power facility made the airport “absolutely power neutral”.
Hyderabad Metro Project:
This metro station is another modern engineering wonder of India. The metro rail system started its journey from Kolkata in the year of 1984, the metro has become the lifeline for most of the large cities of India. Hyderabad is not an exception. It is the world’s largest metro project under the public-private collaboration.
This expressway is the longest motorway in India. It connects Delhi with Agra. The roadway is 165 Km long and it has six different lanes. In 2012 the expressway was completed and it dramatically reduced the journey time as well as hassle between the two largest cities of India, Delhi and Agra.
Solar Park at Charanka Village in Gujrat:
What is the first solar park in India? The answer is Solar park of Charanka Village in Gujrat. The place is now Asia’s largest solar park hub. The park area includes 5000 acres’ area and equipped with a capacity of 500MW. In addition, the park can generate both, solar and wind energy.
Mumbai’s Eastern Freeway:
This is the second-largest flyover in India and a splendid piece of modern engineering industry. This flyover connects, PD’ Mello road of South Mumbai to the Eastern Express Highway Ghatkopar. The flyover became operational in June of 2013 and it supports 25,000 vehicles in a day.
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