Sterling and Wilson bags contract for new solar powered Additional Office Complex of Supreme Court
Sterling and Wilson Pvt. Ltd. has bagged the mechanical, electrical, and public health (MEP) contract by the Supreme Court of India, for its two million square feet Additional Office Complex adjoining Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The work is expected to be completed before the end of June, 2017, with an estimated cost of around Rs. 900 crore.
As per the press release issued by the Company, the new complex has three basements and 5 blocks of different heights averaging 7 to 8 stories. The project boasts of a solar powered system of approximately 1,000 kVA, which will power the building, while the surplus power will be supplied to the grid.
Besides providing for a fire-fighting system that will have sprinklers, water curtains, and hydrant risers for the complete building, the project also makes provision for an integrated building management system, networking via LAN, security along with signage, and display systems for individual courtrooms.
President of the mechanical division and international projects at Sterling and Wilson, Avinash Pandit, was quoted as saying, “Having already successfully completed various prestigious projects in India and overseas, we are confident that our astute technical knowledge and in-depth resources will ensure that the new Additional Office Complex of The Supreme Court of India will have a world class look and feel about it.”
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