Mott MacDonald is providing architectural, structural and building engineering design services on IndoSpace Luhari, an approximately 150,000 sq m industrial and logistics park at Luhari, near Gurgaon in India. Construction of the second phase of the project, which is being developed by Indospace Venture Limited, has commenced. IndoSpace Luhari is one in a series of modern industrial and logistics parks being developed by IndoSpace across India.
IndoSpace is one of the largest developers of modern industrial real estate in India, with 11 projects in five cities and a total target built-up area of 1.4 million sq m. Across the country, the industrial parks will comprise modern warehouses and light manufacturing facilities designed to meet the logistics and supply chain needs of global companies.
The Luhari site is within close proximity to several large industrial clusters, including IMT Manesar, Daruhera, Bhiwadi and Bawal. Good regional connectivity makes the site an ideal location for third party logistics services, consumer goods companies and retailers to establish their distribution centres to service Gurgaon, Delhi and northern India.
Mott MacDonald is providing all design, masterplanning and infrastructure engineering for the built areas of IndoSpace Luhari. The development will include continuous loading docks and dock levellers, state-of-the-art racking and seamless traffic management. The consultancy will also deliver project management and construction supervision services for the entire area of the park.
Pankaj Vora, Mott MacDonald’s project director, said: “IndoSpace Luhari comprises modern infrastructure and warehousing facilities which are available for lease to large international and Indian companies, enabling efficient supply-chain operations. Mott MacDonald is delighted to be working for IndoSpace on this development, which is an important part of the country’s logistics infrastructure expansion.”
“It is our aim to deliver a highly sustainable and cost-efficient facility. Rain water harvesting and water recycling systems will be included in the park’s design. The project is also being delivered using building information modelling in collaboration with the client and contractor. This will offer significant benefits, such as better resolved design solutions and faster project delivery,” Pankaj added.