Lahore-Punjab Central Business District Development Authority (PCBDDA), also known as Central Business District Punjab (CBD Punjab), is making commendable progress on the Ghora Chowk Flyover, a pivotal infrastructure initiative aimed at easing traffic congestion and enhancing connectivity in the region.
Under the unwavering leadership of Chief Minister Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi, the project is swiftly progressing to meet demanding timelines. The pier work is now on the brink of completion, with four piers in total, one of which has recently undergone the final concrete pour, leaving only three remaining to be finalized. Furthermore, the successful completion of both abutment walls represents a significant milestone in the construction journey.
As the boundary wall nears completion, the initiation of slip road and drainage system construction demonstrates the project’s comprehensive approach towards enhancing the region’s overall infrastructure. CEO CBD Punjab, Imran Amin, has been meticulously overseeing the daily progress of the project, ensuring strict compliance with quality benchmarks and timely execution.
During his recent site visit, CEO CBD Punjab, Imran Amin, acknowledged the challenges posed by inclement weather conditions, particularly the recent heavy rainfall, yet lauded the unwavering commitment of the team, emphasizing that the work pace remained unaffected. While expressing his views he said, “Despite the challenges, CBD Punjab is fully committed to leveraging all available resources to ensure the timely completion of the Ghora Chowk Flyover, enhancing the region’s infrastructure for the benefit of the community. Our unwavering dedication is evident in the progress achieved thus far.”
As CBD Punjab continues to push forward with determination, the completion of the Ghora Chowk Flyover stands as a testament to the authority’s commitment to fostering sustainable development and fostering progress for the citizens of Punjab.