GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION PROJECT REGION & HINTERLAND
AEROTROPOLISThe term “Aerotropolis” which means an airport city hasbeen popularized by American academic, Dr. JohnKasarda to explain the fact that they are actually cities inwhich the layout, infrastructure and the economy arecentered around an Airport.BAPL Brings to India the First Airport City
VISION AEROTROPOLIS An Economic Generator to support the current economic growth in West Bengal by building a new airport, industrial zone and IT zone for industries and businesses A Centre of Commerce to introduce commercial uses that will complement the airport and surrounding businesses A Strong Identity and Sense of Place to establish the industrial township as a key landmark in West Bengal A Centre for High Quality Living to provide homesteads to support the employment generated by the industrial township so that they can work, live and play in a fully integrated living environmentThe broad components of the Aerotropolis were allocated based on this vision COMPONENTS AREA (acres) %AGE AIRPORT 650 30% INDUSTRIAL 420 19% INSTITUTIONAL 207 10% RESIDENTIAL 378 18% REHABILITATION, PUBLIC/SEMI-PUBLIC & OPEN SPACES 505 23% TOTAL 2160 100%
LAND SIDE DEVELOPMENTMaster Layout Plan – Bird’s eye view
BOARD OF DIRECTORSS No Name Designation 1 Arvind Pande Chairman 2 Wong Woon Liong, Changi Director 3 Eugene Gan, Changi Director 4 K. Ramachand, IL&FS Director 5 Utsav Parekh Director 6 Kishor Shah Director 7 R. R. Modi Director 8 Partha Ghosh Director 9 Arun Banerjee Director 10 Subrata Paul CEO & Director 8
“AEROTROPOLIS” - THE CONCEPT “Airports are much more than aviation infrastructures. They have become multimodal,multifunctional enterprises generating considerable commercial development within and well beyond their boundaries” – Dr. John D. Kasarda 10
REGULATORY APPROVAL• Approval for Development of Aerotropolis ADDA 13-11-2006• Approval for Domestic Airport MoCA 11-12-2008• Wild Life Clearance for Aerotropolis WDLF 07-07-2009• Notification for Restriction of Height of Structures in vicinity of Airport MoCA 14-01-2010• Environmental Clearance for Airport MoEF 05-02-2010• Consent to Establish (NOC) for “Aerotropolis Complex” WBPCB 30-06-2010•Environmental Clearance for“ Greenfield Aerotropolis Township” SEAC 11-08-2011
PROJECT LAND – SELECTION BASISThe project site has been selected on the basis of : Precedence by way of aircraft based activity in the past Large contiguous land parcel without major geographical limitations Strategic Location – connectivity to major roadways Selectively Cultivated – predominantly mono crop and fallow land No habitation on site earmarked for project AREA Geo-physical suitability SL NO NAME OF MOUZA NO OF PLOTS (ACRES) 1 AMLOKA 473 196.71 Scope for future expansion 2 BANGURI 281 105.44 3 PATSAORA 349 143.36 No Forest land 4 ARATI 22 2.06 5 KHA NDRA 359 153.89 6 DAKSHINKHANDA 1,534 610.47 7 UKHRA 179 57.92 8 ANDAL 1,827 698.49 9 BHA DUR 48 39.88 10 TAMLA 269 92.74 11 DUPCHURIA 339 80.61 TOTAL 5,680 2,181.57
PROJECT LAND• BAPL has received possession of 1818 acres of the project land on 99 year lease from WBIDC.• 191 acres under work in progress with WBIDC• 164 acres of defence land under discussion with Army Eastern Command.
Traffic Forecast Methodology4 Step process to determine Durgapur’s potential pax traffic at sectorlevel. Air Determine no. of air passengers from Durgapur’s catchment1 Passenger area now flying to/from Kolkata and Ranchi airports, whom we Estimates can convert to use Durgapur Airport. Train Calculate no. of existing train pax from Durgapur’s2 Passenger catchment whom we can convert to use Durgapur Airport. Estimates Travel Obtain anecdotal feedback on travel demand to/from3 Agents’ Durgapur through interviews with TA s based in Durgapur and Feedback the region. Sector-level Marry inputs from the desktop study and TA interviews to4 Traffic come up with traffic estimates between Durgapur and various Forecast cities. Used 2009 figures as a base and grow these by 15% year- on-year to obtain projected 2012 traffic when Durgapur airport opens.
Total Estimated Pax at Durgapur2-Way Annual Traffic at Durgapur estimated to be 370,290 pax in Year 1(2012). Twin with another destination to be viable
PTB – Ground Floor Plan GROUND HANDLING MANAGEMENT GATE MANAGEMENT AIRLINES SCHEDULEMANAGEMENT GATE MANAGEMENT BAGGAGE HANDLING SYSTEM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Video surveillance BAGGAGE HANDLING ATC SYSTEM Tower FIDS SYSTEM DEPERTURE FIDS SYSTEM SYSTEM Video surveillance
Scope of Work - Buildings PASSENGERAIRFIELD IGHTING TERMINALCONTROL CENTRE BUILDING SEWERAGE TREATMENT PLANT AIRSIDE LANDSIDE SERVICE CLUSTER BUILDING & AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER North ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION GENERATOR PLANT UTILITY CENTRE WATER TREATMENT PLANT PART SITE PLAN
ATC COMPLEXAn unique conceptual design in the development of the ATC Complex. Itsuniqueness is in the integration of the Air Traffic Control, Administration,Metrological and the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting unit into one singlebuilding. This is a proprietary design for this development and is thefirst of its kind for airport in India.Other special feature is in the conceptual design for the utilities and theuse of treated ground water for potable water in the airport and theincorporation of a sewerage treatment plant to treat waste water for re-usethus achieving zero discharge from the site.
AIRPORT D/B CONTRACT BAPL has awarded the “Airport Design & Build Contract” to M/S Simplex Infrastructures Ltd. CAPE (Changi Airport Planners & Engineers) are closely working with us on all aspects of airport construction like airport design, project management, etc. Simplex has mobilized - Site Porta cabins, Manpower, Concrete Batching Plant , WMM Plant , Transit Mixers , Concrete Pump, JCB, Excavators, Graders, Vibratory Rollers, Dozers, Paver , Boom Crane, Dumpers/Tippers and other construction machinaries. Simplex has completed site infrastructure works related to construction activities such as Site office , Field Laboratory, Stores, Cement stores , Fabrication yard, Labor hutments etc. Work is progressing at site in full swing. 30