The project proposes to remediate the Millennium Bus Depot, a 51-acre concrete brown field on the Yamuna flood plain built for the Commonwealth Games in 2010 and now in the process of being phased out. The depot is fenced in by major highways, railroads, a polluted park on a former landfill (that continues to affect groundwater quality), informal farming, a drain, and the Yamuna River. Just beyond lie cultural heritage sites and the political center of the country. The site cannot be returned to its natural state without shifting refuse and chemical absorption to other areas. Therefore, the site must explore alternative solutions that assume the human disruption caused by the construction of the depot, while restoring the functionality and value of the ecosystem and floodplain.