A crane driver, a crane operator and a construction crane are all working on a home in Agrodhar.
It is the first of its kind in the state, as the state government has approved a scheme to construct a crane and two other types of crane on vacant land in the city.
The land in question is a vacant land on the road between the Kutchakottam Road and the Agrodabad Metro station.
Construction crane driver Prakash Jha said that the project is being completed by the Centre, while the two other crane operators have been asked to provide details on the project.
The project will cost around Rs 4.3 crore and is expected to be complete by August 2021.
“The crane drivers are working under the supervision of the Department of Construction, Urban Planning and Development and will be paid Rs 2,000 per hour,” Jha told The Hindu.
“We have also been asked not to touch any part of the site, as they could be damaging the surrounding land.”
Construction crane driver Jha added that the construction will take two to three months, as it has been allotted only two acres of land.
“There is also a possibility of moving the site to another area,” he said.