How Noida Twin Towers Will Finally Come Down: 3,700-kg Explosive, 100-Metre

How Noida Towers Will Come Down: 3,700 kg Explosive, 100-Metre 'Waterfall'

All wall-hangings off, garments and all stuffed into cabinets and beds, TVs uninstalled, home windows shut tight, and everybody out of the home till an all-clear — that is the drill for residents of adjoining societies as Supertech’s 100-metre-tall, unlawful twin towers in Noida’s Sector 93 are lastly demolished in a managed blast on August 28.

Whereas the 2 towers — Apex (32 flooring) and Ceyane (29 flooring), being razed on Supreme Courtroom orders — didn’t but have any residents, there are at the very least 7,000 individuals within the neighborhood who’ll have to go away at 7am on August 28, and be again by the night. 

The demolition — the most important such mission in India in current reminiscence — might be triggered at 2.30pm.

Numbers and tremors

“We have now set 3,700 kg explosives,” mentioned Mayur Mehta, mission engineer for Edifice Engineering, the corporate engaged by Supertech and Noida authorities for the demolition.