SULLIVAN Construction, the construction company behind the massive SULLivan project in India, is getting ready to leave its office in Mumbai, India.
According to Business Insider, the company is currently moving its headquarters from a building in Mumbai to a site in the city of New Delhi, which will help with the construction process.
However, the decision is likely to cost the company a significant amount of money, as it will require the construction of about a million houses, according to Reuters.
The company said in a statement that it has invested about $2 billion in the project.
The government of New India is trying to get the project off the ground as fast as possible.
According the Associated Press, “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said last month he hopes to get construction on the $4 billion project done in five years.
He has also said the government plans to set up a new government building, called a new building, in the capital city, as part of a project that will help build a new urban infrastructure.”
So, will India really be ready to build a city of 1 million people when the time comes?
It will depend on how much time it takes to build and how much land the city will require.
According a Reuters report, the plan for building a new city in New Delhi is not a complete construction plan.
For one, there is no clear timeline for how the city would be built.
“The government will need to finalize the project with the private sector, said Rajan Singh, a senior official at the government’s National Urban Development Commission.
But there are signs that the plan is moving forward.”
The plan for a new capital city in India.
AP/Reuters More: The new capital, called New Delhi will be built on land previously owned by the British government, and it will include a park and sports facilities.
But the government will have to get permission from the private developers to begin building.
“We have no idea how long the project will take,” said Arjun Singh, who is overseeing the government-led project, in a video interview on Friday.
“So we have to wait and see what the private industry will be able to do,” he added.