PnP Infrastructure

End-to-End Services: Just Plug and Play

We are investing in developing the common industrial and social infrastructure facilities in Gopalpur Industrial Park. The infrastructure planning process has been done in line with the Master Plan with help of Surbana Jurong, Singapore. Key focus has been given on the basic planning parameters, critical assumptions, demand estimations, and schematic routings for the major infrastructure and utilities services in the industrial park keeping all possible requirements of the potential customers. Care has been taken to design and plan facilities to create economies of scale for operations of customers.

Roads

Arterial road 80 m wide Right of Way (RoW) is aligned into the project site as primary access road and will have six lane divided carriageway, dedicated two-wheeler lane, pedestrian sidewalks, green buffer and additional future-expansion lanes. The road will be extended until it reaches the junction that ends at south of the project site. There shall be sub-arterial road of RoW 60 m and collector road of RoW 35 m.

Each type of road shall have the provision of drainage reserve, utility corridor, bituminous carriage way, and green buffer. Cross drainage shall be provided at junction of road and drains. Bridges shall be provided for stream crossing. Street lighting shall be provided.

Power

Infrastructure of electrical work for the industrial park includes positioning of 220 kV substation, the network of 33 kV substations to feed downstream load, and routing of the associated cabling network.

Water

There are two main sources of water supply for the Gopalpur Industrial Park – potable water and recycled water.

The source of potable water is from the available reservoirs (2.5 MLD Capacity) and proposed desalination plant (15 MLD Capacity). The potable water will be stored in the ground water tank which will have 24 hours storage capacity and subsequently pumped to respective catchments, each of which is served by its own elevated water tank. The elevated water tank will have 8 hours storage capacity.

The source for recycled water shall be from the common effluent treatment plant. The recycled water can be used for non-potable purposes such as landscaping, cooling for industrial use and others. The recycled water will be stored in the respective catchments, each of which is served by its own elevated water tank.

Gravity system of water supply & distribution systems have been considered. Gravity system comprises the ground storage facilities, pumps, elevated storage facilities, pipes and appurtenances. Water will be pumped from ground storage facilities to the elevated storage facilities, which will then distribute potable water to end users by gravity.

Alternate water sources through rainwater harvesting and perennial sources are also available to meet the desired water requirements.

Sewerage

The sewerage system comprises the collection system of pipe network from each plot, pumping stations and sewage/effluent treatment plants. The objectives of the sewerage system are to cater for the anticipated peak discharge requirements and to treat the wastewater to the required discharge standards.

Storm Water Drainage

The proposed drainage scheme consists of following collection, convey and discharge system.

  • Storm Water Collection and Convey System: The collection and convey system comprises the roadside covered concrete drains and their main function is to collate all the surface runoff from the land plots and carriageway and release to the nearest water body such as the proposed retention ponds.
  • Discharge System: The discharge system consists of the proposed retention ponds and existing drain. The storm water discharge points are located where the lowest points are and by doing so, the drainage flow pattern will be adhering closely to the existing terrain profile.
  • Retention Pond: Four retention ponds are proposed to retain the surface runoff from the project site during heavy downpour.

Telecom & IT

Cable network shall be provided for wired broad band services which will be part of the utility corridor. Provision of tapping for further connection shall be taken by the individual investor. Apart from the above internal networking to support IT infrastructure for the units also is envisaged.

Social Infrastructure

The Industrial Park has provisions to create housing facilities including villas, recreational, commercial and residential zones. The nearest town Bramhapur, which is also the third most populous city in Odisha, is situated at 15 kms from the Industrial Park. The city hosts a number of commercial and residential spaces for better quality of living.