By admin May 8, 2019 64 Views
A pleasant escapade, Aravali Biodiversity Park in Delhi NCR is spread across 2500 acres in Gurugram, Haryana. Future Institute joined hands with Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) to enhance the experience of visitors and create awareness about ecological conservation. The project is a perfect example of practicing sustainability through innovation in design, materials and services.
The proposed centre is approximately between 4,000 to 5,000 sq.ft. and has a permanent and dynamic exhibition that introduces everyone to the biodiversity of the park. It also has a small toilet and a café similar to the Sanjay Gandhi Renewable Energy Park, Leisure Valley in Sector 29, Gurugram. It has exhibits, that partly cover courtyards and galleries and introduce everyone to the world of the Aravali forest and the work done in the park for conservation. All waste and sewage accumulated from the toilets are treated using biological treatment methods and are recycled as water to be used for occasional integration in the park.
The facility is built using eco-friendly materials and non-invasive techniques of construction like vaulted and arched masonry, bamboo, sandstone slabs and a small quantity of lightweight steel framework. No concrete slabs are used anywhere in the facility and local soil is used to create the masonry blocks.