Public Utility Building, Bangalore

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Public Utilities Building
Bangalore Skyscraper.jpg
The Public Utilities Building is located on MG Road, a major commercial center in Bangalore
Public Utility Building, Bangalore is located in Bengaluru
Public Utility Building, Bangalore
Location within India
General information
Location Bangalore, India
Country India
Coordinates 12°58′26.93″N 77°36′34.95″E / 12.9741472°N 77.6097083°E / 12.9741472; 77.6097083
Height 106 m (348 ft)
Design and construction
Architect Atul Sharma
Structural engineer Kamal N. Hadker[1]

The Public Utility Building (Also known as Subhash Chandra Bose Public Utility Building) is a skyscraper on Mahatma Gandhi Road. A large part of the scenic beauty of Bangalore, India can be seen from the top floor the building. It is one of the tallest buildings and a major commercial center of Bangalore. It stands at 106 metres and was built 44 years ago. The architect of the building was Atul Sharma and the structural engineer was Kamal N Hadkar. The building is owned by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike.[2][3][4] The Public Utility building with its 25 story is an all-in-one shopping complex that houses variety of business and commercial centers including offices, shops, boutiques, hotel, restaurants, theater and many more.


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  1. ^ Key Persons: Kamal N. Hadker The Sterling Website, retrieved December 29, 2011
  2. ^ Public Utility Building Apna Bangalore, retrieved December 29, 2011
  3. ^ [1] Top two floors of Utility Building crumbling, Bangalore Mirror, retrieved March 24, 2014
  4. ^ [2] 44 years after, engineer gets SOS for lost map, Bangalore Mirror, retrieved April 2, 2014