MC chief engineer slams SE over poor roads
Chief engineer of municipal corporation has come down heavily on a superintending engineer of the buildings and roads (B&R) wing for not following his orders, leading to shoddy carpeting of roads in at least two sectors.chandigarh Updated: Mar 19, 2015 12:30 IST
Chief engineer of municipal corporation has come down heavily on a superintending engineer of the buildings and roads (B&R) wing for not following his orders, leading to shoddy carpeting of roads in at least two sectors.
In another letter, he has also pointed out that the work of multilevel parking in Sector 17 was ‘moving at a snail’s pace’. He went on to term it a serious lapse on the part of the official and lack of supervision.
In his scathing letter, MC chief engineer Mukesh Anand has told superintending engineer NP Sharma, “None of my instructions are being adhered to regarding various carpeting works.”
Citing an example, Anand said, “The road and parking lot in front of shop-cum-offices in Sector 7, were carpeted only three months ago. Yet, the upper crust of the road has already started wearing out and number of potholes have developed.”
He gave a similar example for the work done on internal roads in Sector 34-C and D.
NP Sharma could not be contacted despite repeated attempts. firstname.lastname@example.org
Quality drawbacks pointed out in Sector 17 multilevel parking
Bricks installed in water proofing treatment on the terrace are of poor quality.
Quality of cement mortar is not as per detailed notice inviting tender (DNIT).
The plaster work and grouting (mixture of water, cement and sand) is not up to the mark.
Indian Standard Medium Weight Beams (construction) are not up to ISI standard, and it yet to be fixed.
Progress of the work is moving at ‘a snail’s pace’, even as the deadline is June 2015.
Know the project
The first multi-level parking in Chandigarh, work for which began in October 2013, has a deadline of June 2015. Coming up at the Gurudev Parking lot in Sector 17, the multi-level parking will have three-storeyed underground parking lots that will accommodate 925 cars with modern facilities for security. The total cost of the project is Rs 46.62 crore.