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Ministry of Defence, India
Turner provided project and construction management for 'The National War Memorial', which was built to honor the martyrs of the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force who made supreme sacrifices in the service of their country.
This iconic project is built in the heart of the Indian capital, New Delhi, and is spread across 40 acres. It includes a Central Obelisk, an eternal flame, and six bronze murals depicting famous battles fought by the Army, Air Force, and Navy.
The memorial is developed in four lawns of the C – Hexagon and consists of the following design zones: The National War Memorial, The Param Veer Chakra Park, and The Children Park Lawn.
The names of approximately 27,000 soldiers who were killed in service since India’s Independence have been inscribed on the lawn around the Canopy Footpath, on the Periphery, and Axial roads of C–Hexagon. Meanwhile.
The Param Veer Chakra Park was designed with landscape elements to commemorate the recipients of India’s highest gallantry award.
The bust containing a brief citation of 21 Param Veer Chakra awardees has also been arranged in the park in an organic manner with the intention of retaining the existing trees and landscape.