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World's Largest 3D-Printed Military Campus in India Impresses High-Ranking Military Officials

  • The world's largest 3D-printed concrete military campus in India impresses high-ranking military officials and showcases the advanced application of 3D printing in the construction industry.

  • Biophilic design emphasizes sustainability and environmental integration, demonstrating how 3D printing technology can create impressive architectural structures.

  • The Border Road Organization (BRO) has successfully completed numerous infrastructure projects, enhancing rural development through advanced technology and increased funding.


India's Impressive Progress in 3D Printing: The World's Largest Concrete 3D-Printed Military Campus.

The inspection of the world's largest 3D-printed concrete campus in Chandigarh, India. A collaborative project between BRO and L&T Construction.
The inspection of the world's largest 3D-printed concrete campus in Chandigarh, India. A collaborative project between BRO and L&T Construction.

Recently, in Chandigarh, northern India, the world's largest 3D-printed concrete military campus, part of the Himank Air Dispatch Unit, was inspected by high-ranking military officials, including Lt General Rajeev Chaudhry, the Director-General of Border Roads, as reported by "IANS Live."

The Border Road Organization (BRO) and L&T Construction joined forces to create this impressive facility. The site encompasses accommodations for officers and other ranks, an administrative building, and storage facilities on an area of 1.98 acres. The campus comprises six building blocks, with five constructed using 3D printing technology and one with the Precast technology.

The standout concept behind this facility is biophilic design, where nature is integrated from the earth to the buildings in the form of terraces, gardens, and balconies. These spaces serve as refreshing outdoor areas contributing to sustainability. The choice of 3D printing technology for building architecture and design proves to be a highly suitable construction method.

In recent years, BRO has successfully completed approximately 300 projects worth Rs 8,000 Crore. This has been made possible through the use of advanced technology and an increased budget. The organization focuses on constructing roads, tunnels, and bridges in border areas, contributing to connecting people in rural areas.


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