India’s 1st walk-in airport aviary at B’luru to be designed by city firm
| Saturday | 12th January, 2019
Nagpur: In a first , city-based Ashfaque Ahmed Consultancy Services Private Limited (AACSPL) has bagged order for design and consultancy services for an airport aviary in Devanahalli, Bengaluru.This will be the first such aviary inside an airport in the country.
The Rs30-crore project will be implemented by Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) at Kempegowda international airport.When contacted, AACSPL director Ashfaque Ahmed confirmed the development and said his firm was shortlisted through competitive bidding in which global consultancy firms participated.
Hence, BIAL’s basic idea to set up an aviary seems to create a different visitor experience.
The bird facilities will include clinic, veterinary and isolation room and bird food kitchen and store.“The aviary zones will have free ranging birds.
There will be large volume of birds including water birds for which there will be fresh water ponds, swamps, lagoons, reed beds and small wetlands,” said Ahmed.As per the concept plan, main aviary will house overall free ranging birds.
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