Projects

Development and beautification of Dhobi Talav at Nani Daman

This Talav is situated at ward no 14 at S.No 428 having approximate area of 9500 q.mt. In the heart of City. The said Talav is not developed / maintained properly till date. The public are also demanding for development of said Talav. Hence the Administration decided to develop the said Talav with all amenities and infrastructure facilities with the latest facility. The existing wall wil be strengthened by protection wall of M25 grade concrete. The inner catchment area of waterbody is in un-even shape and shallow. The catchment area will be excavated and the un-even surface will be dresses and make it in desired shape and slope. The inner catchment body will be done by pitching of rubble masonry wall with R.C.C. support structures there will be provision of Walk way and jogging track on the boundary of the pond. The pond will be secures by S.S. railing. There are few gazebo also provided for sitting comfortably. Also few Benches will be provided to sit and visualize the beauty of pond. There will be a small and a big Amphitheater kind of sitting arrangement will be provided for citizens to get to gather and have some relaxation. There will be separate ladies and gent’s toilet with urinals will be provided. One space on North West side will be provided for senior citizens with sitting arrangements. There will be water jet and fountain in the pond. The remaining are of the pond will be provided with provided with beautiful plants and lawns. There is also provision of electric room to maintain the lighting arrangements .The entire project will be a charm of the Daman tourism The development of this Talav will also add as one of the spot for tourist visiting Daman District. This project is awarded to M/s. R. K. Sojitra, Vapi . The project cost is Rs. 2, 82 Crore. Stone pitching of pond, front retaining wall completed. Construction of Toilet block & Gazebo casting under progress. Front retaining wall plaster, entrance steps under progress this work will be completed by the end of November.