Prime Minister Dahal inaugurated newly office building of CAAN
KATHMANDU, Sep 15:Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has inaugurated the newly completed office building of the The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) at Sinamangal.
Prime Minister Dahal inaugurated the completion of a 12-story CAAN building with a 3-story basement and a built-up size of 18,721 square meters on a 4-ropani 2-ana land on Friday.
Prime Minister Dahal addressed the inaugural event, recalling that the CAAN had attained its current state despite different ups and downs. He expressed confidence in the CAAN's ability to be reinforced and organized in the coming days.
Prime Minister Dahal stated that 30 airports provide air services around the country, including hilly districts, and that there is a need to pay close attention to the development of airport infrastructure, the deployment of cutting-edge equipment, and so on.
He stated that the CAAN will put in more effort in this area in the future.
He also stated that the master plan to modernize Tribhuvan International Airport is nearing completion.
The CAAN has invested 1 billion 800 million of their resources to create a modern office building in Nepal.
The construction of this building, which began in 2072, was halted in the middle. The contract was given to the Tundi-Rasuwa JV for 1.5 billion rupees.
According to Gyanendra Bhul, CAAN's information officer, all departments from the Babarmahal office have been relocated to Sinamangal.
According to the CAAN, this building has been designed to create an international-level environment for employees and customers to effortlessly supply and receive services.
The building's two basements can accommodate 65 automobiles, 120 motorcycles, and 25 bicycles and were designed to be accessible to individuals of all abilities.
The structure has four elevators, a public address system, a fire control system, a water treatment plant, a sewage treatment plant, CCTV, an IT data center, and fully air-conditioned rooms for up to 500 employees.