Contact Information

Room no. 611
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Dhaka 1000

Telephone: +880-2-8616833 Extn. 7944 (off), 7751 (res)
Fax: +880-2-9665639


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+880-2-8616833 Extn. 7944 (off), 7751 (res)


Construction Supervision

Construction of Telecommunication Backbone for Bangladesh Police

Construction supervision of foundation work, CNC fabrication and erection of steel lattice of nine telecommunication towers (3 nos. 90m, 5 nos. 75m, 1 nos. 20 m) for Bangladesh Police Dhaka-Chittagong Radio Link and Dhaka Metropolitan Police Command and Control Center as a part of constructing nation-wide telecommunication backbone for Bangladesh Police was assigned to us. The 90m tower for Dhaka Metropolitan Police Command and Control Center is dedicated to bring the Dhaka Metropolitan City under CCTV streaming and posting online signs at the streets of Dhaka City. All the towers were founded either on locally manufactured pre-cast or cast-in-situ piles. Tower members were locally manufactured using CNC machine. The towers were designed for 210-260 kph wind speed (fastest mile).

Construction of Long-span Doubly Curved Arches for a Pedestrian Bridge

We supervised the construction of two doubly curved variable depth reinforced concrete arches of a pedestrian bridge each having a span of 71.3m and fabrication of the deck system as well. The pedestrian bridge was Constructed over the Crescent Lake near the National Parliament Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The bridge facilitates the movement of pedestrians to the nearby mausoleum of Shaheed Ziaur Rahman, former president of Bangladesh and the adjacent Chandrima Garden. The bridge having a suspended span of 56.1m allows the movement of pedestrians over a steel framed tempered glass deck, the first of its kind constructed in Bangladesh. The construction process for the arches included the use of pumped fair faced concrete. Steel shutters for the doubly curved arches were produced by using CAD generated shop drawings. The bridge was opened for public in 2004.

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