IDAP's design teams work together to deliver seamless sustainable building design, lead complex multidisciplinary projects and develop living and working spaces for whole communities. IDAP delivers integrated architecture and engineering solutions to create high-performance structures.
The engineering structures included in IDAP are first and foremost those which are necessary to establish lines of communication, health and residencies. Infrastructure such as bridges, underpasses, pre-fabricated structures, residential communities, commercial blocks and hospitals are included. IDAP is also interested in those structures in which the civil or structural engineering aspect is very significant, be it through the structure itself or in the way it is built.
Efficiency is a key concern. In response, our structural engineers and integrated design teams conserve materials in construction. To create buildings that operate on lighter costs and fewer resources, we pursue excellence in high-performance façades and mechanical, electrical, water and waste systems.
We help occupants connect, communicate and collaborate by embedding technology in buildings, and we help keep them safe with advanced approaches to security, fire, seismic, wind and lift systems designs.
Behind the better performance of our building designs lies IDAP's sophisticated approach to building information modeling and building physics. Our building designers engage with advanced analysis and research, but always with focused outcomes in mind. To poor-performing assets, our building retrofit specialists bring renewal.
IDAP's design teams can work together to deliver seamless sustainable building design, lead complex multidisciplinary projects or develop living and working spaces for whole communities. We can deliver integrated architecture and engineering, or focus any of our specialists on perfecting a single building detail.
IDAP also aims to provide worthy housing to the people of the Punjab. The institution has the capacity to cater for housing projects for all income levels. A highly professional team of architects, urban planners and civil engineers are available to take up projects of this sector and accomplish them in the most professional manner.
Housing is a basic and fundamental human need. Today, there is a virtual housing crisis in the country. Rapid population growth, shortage of supply, overburdened municipal service delivery and lack of financial resources has further aggravated the situation leading to development of slums and katchi abadis. According to the 1998 census, the total number of housing units throughout the country was 19.3 million whereas the estimated housing backlog was 4.3 million units. The additional annual requirement is estimated around 300,000 units.
The Government, in response to this issue, aims to provide housing for middle and lower income level with appropriate access to basic facilities like health and education, having adequate municipal service delivery like water supply, sewerage, solid waste management system, as well as, sufficient space and shelter.
IDAP's commitment to standards is the key to success. Our aim is to reach the goal of delivering quality service in the housing sector with the highest standards and best practices and techniques to ensure long term sustainability.
Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab (IDAP) is an autonomous body established under the Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab Act 2016, for planning, designing, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in the province, in line with the best international practices, to cope with futuristic development needs. IDAP is a specialized organization free of encumbrances prevalent in public sector departments ... [Read More]