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Preservation of ecology and harmonious integration of sustainability goals in project execution, are the guiding principles of Tata Projects. “Sustainability is at the core of all our actions” said Mr. Vinayak Deshpande, Managing Director - Tata Projects, which is engaged in construction of Mumbai Metro Line - 3 Project.

Tata Projects – along with ITD Cementation headquartered in Thailand and CEC of Taiwan are building the Mumbai Metro Line 3, Package 4, running through the iconic neighbourhood of Siddhivinayak Temple, Dadar Station & Mahim. The entire section is underground. The Joint Venture company (CEC – ITD Cem –TPL Joint Venture) has been mandated for the design and construction of 3 underground stations and 6 kms of associated tunnels.

To ensure that the eco-system is continuously maintained, the company will ensure replantation in the neighbouring areas. This shall be actively undertaken with full commitment and within the direction of the contractual obligation. The JV would want to accomplish even more than such contractual requirements. The team deployed for project execution has international experience in markets like Singapore and is bound to follow world class methods of construction. Tata Projects also plans to spend its CSR budget to undertake developments of public interest in the vicinity of the project.

Tata Projects is sensitive to biodiversity and the environment in which it operates, and takes utmost care to protect the same. This year about 20,000 trees were planted by Tata Projects at various project sites.  A unique `Green Thumb’ initiative, rolled out by company in 2016, integrated company’s tree plantation efforts while creating awareness for the environment on social media. Employee volunteering for these efforts has lasting benefits while serving a larger regional purpose. All these initiatives of Tata Projects are integrated with the overall efforts of the Tata Group. 

The Mumbai Metro Project itself is long needed for the people of Mumbai – it shall reduce time and vehicular pollution while aiding business to thrive. It’s a people’s project aimed at reducing congestion, and putting Mumbai at par with other global progressive cities like Singapore and London.Preservation of ecology and harmonious integration of sustainability goals in project execution, are the guiding principles of Tata Projects. “Sustainability is at the core of all our actions” said Mr. Vinayak Deshpande, Managing Director - Tata Projects, which is engaged in construction of Mumbai Metro Line - 3 Project.

Tata Projects – along with ITD Cementation headquartered in Thailand and CEC of Taiwan are building the Mumbai Metro Line 3, Package 4, running through the iconic neighbourhood of Siddhivinayak Temple, Dadar Station & Mahim. The entire section is underground. The Joint Venture company (CEC – ITD Cem –TPL Joint Venture) has been mandated for the design and construction of 3 underground stations and 6 kms of associated tunnels.

To ensure that the eco-system is continuously maintained, the company will ensure replantation in the neighbouring areas. This shall be actively undertaken with full commitment and within the direction of the contractual obligation. The JV would want to accomplish even more than such contractual requirements. The team deployed for project execution has international experience in markets like Singapore and is bound to follow world class methods of construction. Tata Projects also plans to spend its CSR budget to undertake developments of public interest in the vicinity of the project.

Tata Projects is sensitive to biodiversity and the environment in which it operates, and takes utmost care to protect the same. This year about 20,000 trees were planted by Tata Projects at various project sites.  A unique `Green Thumb’ initiative, rolled out by company in 2016, integrated company’s tree plantation efforts while creating awareness for the environment on social media. Employee volunteering for these efforts has lasting benefits while serving a larger regional purpose. All these initiatives of Tata Projects are integrated with the overall efforts of the Tata Group. 

The Mumbai Metro Project itself is long needed for the people of Mumbai – it shall reduce time and vehicular pollution while aiding business to thrive. It’s a people’s project aimed at reducing congestion, and putting Mumbai at par with other global progressive cities like Singapore and London.

Sustainable Transport | News published on 24 / 02 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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