CH2M to help Amravati become a smart city

The Andhra Pradesh Capital Regional Development Authority has signed a contract with global engineering company CH2M to develop Amaravati as India’s first smart state capital.

Under the project, major infrastructural developments will be undertaken using technology and intelligent designs to transform the city of Amaravati.

“India presents tremendous opportunities for US firms, like CH2M, to assist with the country’s growth vision to become an economic powerhouse in the 21st century,” said Arun Kumar, Director General of the US Commercial Service and Assistant Secretary for global markets, US Department of Commerce.

“As a leader in smart city development, we are pleased to facilitate the opportunity for CH2M to work on India’s first smart capital city, Amaravati,” he added.

US Commercial Service became a part of this project so that US companies can unlock opportunities and contribute to India’s smart city development and urban infrastructure initiatives.

As a part of the project, CH2M will be responsible for programme management for developing the city infrastructure spreading over 217 km square and project management for a government complex consisting of the High Court and State Assembly building.

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