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Assignment: Infrastructure development of two cities, Jodhpur and Bikaner in Rajasthan and commissioned by the Government of Rajasthan under Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development Plan
The assignment received the Infrastructure Excellence Award in the category of Best Design Project.
Scope :Road sector: Traffic studies and solutions for single lane, two lane and four lane carriageway; bituminous and concrete roads and construction of bridges over railway crossing were proposed.
The drainage sector: The plan for construction of 52 km length of drains and re-sectioning / strengthening of existing drains, providing solutions for flood prone areas of Jodhpur and Bikaner proposed.
Solid Waste Management: Centralised solutions for collection of waste using modern equipment and disposal through landfills was proposed.
Slum Improvement: Area development works like roads, sewerage, drains and water supply facilities in slum areas of Jodhpur and Bikaner.
Water & Sewerage Sector: water treatment plant, two packages for transmission network, distribution network strengthening and NRW management, water distribution stations, construction of new pumping station, refurbishment of existing pumping machineries, raw water earthen impounding reservoir, technology solutions for distribution of water, ELSRs/GLSRs ,sewerage collection network and out fall sewer, one 20 MLD sewage treatment plant, technology solutions for sewage management was proposed.
Fire-fighting Systems: Fire station buildings consisting of four garages in each fire station along with Drill Tower for training was proposed. Fire service equipment for six cities was tendered. TCE's solutions helped put safety systems in place in the towns.
GIS and Mapping: A database covering details of existing water supply, sewerage pipelines and proposed utilities under different contracts is prepared for Jodhpur and Bikaner.
Heritage: The proposal included environmental improvement of water bodies and conservation/restoration of old heritage sites.
Emergency Health Services: Construction of advanced medical facilities and improvement/extension of satellite hospitals and dispensaries in Jodhpur and Bikaner were proposed.
The Challenge: The project had components from different disciplines and necessitated the deployment of experts from various fields. Working with three associate consultants and applying its singular expertise in individual sectors in one large area, called for a lot of coordination and precision in planning.
Value Additions: People living in the area round Khatarnak Puliya and Raikabagh in Jodhpur were relieved from the water logging menace thanks to the drainage solutions provided by TCE.
112 Kacchhi bastis of Jodhpur and Bikaner were benefited by the slum improvement solutions. 20,000 households in Bikaner came under the property connections network and 33000 households in Jodhpur came under the sewerage collection network bringing a source of revenue for the Bikaner and Jodhpur townships
The proposed water system was planned keeping in mind climate change concerns and a focus on reducing the carbon foot print. Total cost of energy for existing system was Rs 2.12 per Kl. After re-organisation of water system, the energy cost for the combined system has become Rs 1.41/Kl. This has resulted in total energy cost saving of Rs 222 lakhs per annum.
The rehabilitation of slums, makeover of an abandoned lake, increase in revenue by bringing consumers in the fold of the water and sewer disposal network, flood and water logging solutions, etc benefitted nearly 1,90,000 people
Helping Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board (BWSSB) provide its residents an additional 500 million litres of water per day:
Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board is among the largest infrastructure projects valued at Rs 3600 crores with aid from Japan Bank for International Development. to improve water supply and sewerage facilities in Bangalore city and its outskirts.
The water treatment technology is a first of its kind in India designed to improve water supply service level, sanitation situation and reduce leakage losses in distribution system. Tata Consulting Engineers solutions in water treatment, distribution and leakage detection solutions for distribution of the water from the Cauvery river will benefit seven city municipal councils (CMCs), Yelahanka, Byatarayanapura, Bommanahalli, Mahadevpura, K R Puram, Rajajeshwarinagar and Dasarahalli and one town municipal council (TMC), Kengeri,.
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Understanding coastal hydrodynamics plays a major role in planning port and harbor layouts. Today, the dynamics in the field of coastal hydraulics, estuarine hydraulics, river hydraulics and coastal morphology can be forecast using modeling techniques.
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Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructures conducts empennage delivery ceremony of facility engineered by Tata Consulting Engineers
Mr S Padmanabhan has taken over as Chairman, Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd with effect from 23 Jan 2016. He succeeds Mr Prasad Menon who retires after a distinguished stint on the board of Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Tata Consulting Engineers. Honoured with "Best Consultant"
Tata Consulting Engineers. Honoured with "Best Consultant" Award instituted by the Council of Power Utilities at the 6th India Power Awards 2013 ceremony held at Taj Krishna, Hyderabad on Friday, November 22, 2013. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy, was the Chief Guest.
Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructures Ltd (TLMAL)) conducted Empennage Delivery Ceremony on 11-11-2013 at Hyderabad. Mr. David Tucker (CEO) of TLMAL described the aircraft parts assembly facility as a 'world class facility' built in India. Tata Consulting Engineers is proud to have done the complete engineering and construction management for this facility.
The John Deer Tractor Plant at Dewas near Indore was inaugurated on 22nd October by Mr. Samuel R. Allen Chairman and CEO, Deer and Company and Mark von Penz, President Agriculture and Turf Division Europe, Asia & Africa. During the inauguration, efforts by Tata Consulting Engineers in creating John Deer's world class facility was appreciated.
Tata Consulting Engineers signed an agreement with the South Asian University along with the consortium partners for the Construction of Campus for South Asian University , Phase I . TCE will provide Project Management Consultancy Services for construction of the campus to be based in New Delhi.