While the CONSTRUCTION WORLD Annual Awards focussed on the race for infrastructure development in terms of cost, technology and manpower, Shriyal Sethumadhavan went behind the scenes to grab some quick bytes from industry head honchos.
There's finally some action on the much-vaunted Dedicated Freight Corridor Project. Better late than never. The delay of almost two years in the execution of the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) project had raised doubts over its final completion.
Most Admired Companies. Tata Projects' transparent approach has been the key to winning customers' confidence. Part of the Tata Group, the company has been built on the foundation of its values and principles
Construction World (CW) magazines presents the list of India's 10 Most Admired Companies for 2013. CW Annual Awards to be held concurrently with the 2nd India Construction Festival 2013, in October. Strategy is a word which is embedded first in each of Tata Projects Ltd's (TPL) seven business verticals.
In July 2011, when he joined TPL, opportunities in the Indian engineering and infrastructure space were reaching new heights every day. Today, the market scenario is very different. Despite this fast-changing scenario, Vinayak Deshpande, Managing Director, Tata Projects Ltd, has admirably steered the company to growth, with the support of his team.
..beams a confident Vinayak Deshpande, Managing Director, Tata Projects Ltd (TPL). The company is on a roll as it gears up for the next growth wave of infrastructure in India and abroad, writes MANAS R BASTIA.
Strategy is a word which is embedded first in each of Tata Projects Ltd's (TPL) seven business verticals - power generation, power transmission and distribution, railways, water and waste water, metals and minerals, quality services
Tata Projects Ltd (TPL) ranks among the fastest growing and most admired infrastructure companies in India. With seven business verticals - power, transmission, railways, metals, oil and gas, water and quality services - the company has expertise in executing large and complex industrial infrastructure projects.
The odds were against - it was a big leap. The task was to build India´s largest blast furnace at SAIL, Rourkela. This being the first large blast furnace contract for Tata Projects, we were excited, enthusiastic as well as anxious with the magnitude and newness of this project.
It is celebration time for Vinayak Deshpande, Managing Director, Tata Projects, as a consortium led by the company has bagged the contract for two phases of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDRFC).