Lahore (Muhammad Yasir) The Punjab Central Business District Development Authority (PCBDDA), known as the Central Business District Punjab (CBD Punjab), proudly announces a significant milestone in the CBD Punjab Boulevard and Walton Road Upgradation projects.

The completion of 100 out of 148 retaining piles for the CBD Punjab Boulevard, Walton Road Railway Crossing Flyover, marks a crucial step forward in advancing Punjab’s infrastructure. CEO CBD Punjab, Imran Amin, personally inspected the site, emphasizing CBD Punjab’s hands-on approach in overseeing these monumental projects. Executive Director Technical, Riaz Hussain, provided a detailed update on the CBD Punjab Boulevard and Walton Road Railway Crossing Flyover developments, showcasing meticulous planning and execution.

The visit witnessed the presence of distinguished officials, including Chairman CBD Punjab, Fazeel Asif Jah, Executive Director Commercial CBD Punjab, Mohammed Omer, Director Project Management CBD Punjab, Asif Iqbal, Director Construction CBD Punjab, Asif Babar, Director Architecture CBD Punjab, Sameer Aftab, and senior representatives from Nespak and NLC. Their collaboration signifies strong support for these ventures. With an allocated budget of approximately 9.1 billion PKR, CBD Punjab reiterates its commitment to building a modern, interconnected business district. Spanning 4.2 KM, the CBD Punjab Boulevard, along with a three-lane two-way flyover, will seamlessly connect Kalma Chowk to Walton Road, linking the CBD Punjab Quaid District to the CBD Punjab Bab District. Expressing satisfaction with the development pace during the visit, CEO CBD Punjab Imran Amin stated, “CBD Punjab remains steadfast in our commitment to transforming Punjab’s infrastructure.

The progress achieved in the CBD Punjab Boulevard and Walton Road Upgradation projects exemplifies our dedication to creating a dynamic, modern business hub. We are resolute in meeting Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi’s directives.” These accomplishments underscore PCBDDA’s dedication to quality and progress, promising a transformative impact on Punjab’s landscape.