The building design was conceived to reduce the carbon foot print of the office building in the heart of the Rajiv Gandhi Technology Park in Chandigarh. The building materials such as terracotta tiles made from recycled material were carefully selected in line with the green building concept also contributing to appealing aesthetics.
The IT building was executed with energy conservation at the anchor concept. The glass facade of the building was optimized so as to allow sufficient light inside the building so as to prevent use of artificial lighting as well as minimize the load on the air-conditioning facilities.
A modern building in the heart of South Delhi was created to be the headquarters of the Indian Olympic Association.
The addition of a waste heat recovery system at the IP power station required to utilize a landfill for flyash to build new structures for the upcoming unit. The excavation work, the water log gates, the machinery alignment, all required complete mastery of all fields of engineering. The project was commended for following the best practices in safety and aggressive delivery of project well within the timelines of the project.
Texturization, polymerization, spinning and utility buildings created as part of the project for each unit Process buildings as high as 40 meters were constructed to accommodate machinery Heavy structural steel work as part of the project