DoHS – Cornubia Commonwealth Games Village – KwaZulu-Natal - Project Profile
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Department of Human Settlements (DoHS) is planning to build an athletes village in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa.
The project involves the construction of an athlete’s village on 11.2ha of land. It includes the construction of spectator stands, galleries, a commentary box, locker rooms, storage units, an office space, parking and related facilities, and the installation of audio systems, lighting systems and safety and security systems.
In March 2017, South Africa withdrew from hosting the 2022 Common Wealth Games due to budget disagreement.
However, DoHS is yet to take a call on the athlete’s village.
The project involves the construction of an athletes village on 11.2ha of land in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa.
The US$93 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of spectator stands
2. Construction of galleries
3. Construction of a commentary box
4. Construction of locker rooms
5. Construction of storage units
6. Construction of an office space
7. Construction of parking facilities
8. Installation of audio systems
9. Installation of lighting systems
10. Installation of safety and security systems
11. Construction of related facilities
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