Civic body plans aesthetic tweaks to areas surrounding CST, BMC - polycarbonate
BMC will change the existing transparent brown polycarbonate cover for the four entrances of the CST Metro and replace it with tempered glass, as well as the viewing deck for the area open to the public on Thursday, Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), UK) plans are made to increase the aesthetic value of the existing heritage structures at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal (CST) and BMC headquarters.
To complement heritage sites, BMC will change the existing transparent brown polycarbonate covering at the four entrances of the CST Metro and replace it with a tempered glass dome.
Municipalities also plan to replace 22 existing lampposts with only four high mast art lampposts with a total of 36 lamps.
The existing transparent brown polycarbonate covering at the four entrances of the CST subway has now become black and eye-catching.
"It is expected that the tempered glass cover will have resistance
Will tilt so that the rain will not accumulate.
The replacement of the lamp poles with 22 hanging wires will clearly see the two buildings, "said Kiran Dighavkar, assistant commissioner of the ward.
"The cost of the project will be slightly higher than 1 rupee. 83 crore.
"Once the work order is issued, it should be completed within six months," Dighavkar said . ".