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NBCC executes GRIHA rated NABARD building in Kolkata

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs Realtymyths

NBCC, a Navratna CPSE under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), has implemented and handed over the NABARD regional office building project at Salt Lake in Kolkata. Delivered in a record time of 24 months the building was inaugurated by NABARD Chairman Dr Harsh Kumar Bhanwala.

Built at an expenditure of Rs 60 crore, the Ground plus eight-storeyed earthquake resistant building has a total built-up area of 10,646 sq.mts. Featuring state-of-the-art conference room and an auditorium along with premium office spaces, the building will function as the hub of all regional activities of NABARD.

Speaking about the project, NBCC Chairman-cum-Managing Director Dr Anoop Kumar Mittal said, “The eco-friendly 3-star project incorporates all features of a modern green building. NBCC is always in the pursuit of sustainable development, using processes and materials that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient – right from planning to design, construction, operation, maintenance and renovation.”

A preferred partner of the Government of India, NBCC has a repertoire of constructing state-of-the-art office buildings like the headquarters of the NIA and CBI, the new headquarter of Central Information Commission (CIC), and the Bangladesh Bhavan at the campus of Visva Bharati University.

This apart, it is also working on landmark projects like the redevelopment of Pragati Maidan in Delhi and the Twin Trade Tower in Guwahati. The state-run organization has executed projects of diverse nature in Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Nepal, Maldives, Mauritius, Turkey and Botswana. Recently, NBCC secured projects across African countries of constructing nine Mahatma Gandhi International Convention Centres (MGICC).

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