Rural Industries and Animal Husbandry Minister Pongalur N. Palanisamy and Coimbatore District Collector P. Umanath on Tuesday visited the Tidel Park coming up in 62 acres at Peelamedu behind the Coimbatore Medical College. They reviewed the ongoing works.
The Tidel Park will be inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin on August 2. Mr. Palanisamy said that the Tidel Park is coming up in 17 lakh sq ft at a cost of Rs. 380 crore.
There would be four floors below the ground level and four floors above the ground level.
Arrangements have been done for parking 1,500 four-wheelers at a time. First floor would have banks, restaurants, video-conference hall, book shops and the remaining space would be for IT firms. This would provide employment to 12,000 software professionals. There would be 24-hour water supply, air conditioning facility, fire extinguishers. Works relating to these facilities and lifts have been completed and a trial run was also done. To ensure uninterrupted power supply, there would be a generator of 10 MW capacity.
Mr. Umanath asked officials to complete the remaining works at the earliest.
A view of TIDEL Park Coimbatore Ltd at the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for Information Technology Industries in Coimbatore.