Wednesday, 22 June 2016 18:01
S. Raheja, Chairman, AAI receiving the Skoch Awards from D. K. Kamra, GM (Engg.) (centre) and J. B. Singh, GM (PR) (2 nd from left). Also seen Kaushik Bhattacharya, ED (Engg.) (extreme right) and M. N. N. Rao, GM (Engg) (extreme left).
New Delhi: Airports Authority of India’s Chandigarh Airport (Mohali side) was conferred with two prestigious SKOCH BSE Awards for Environment Management (Green Technology) in the two categories of ‘Top Hundred Projects of India’ & ‘Top Thirty Projects of India’ consecutively on 8 th and 9 th June at a glittering award ceremony organized by SKOCH Group & Bombay Stock Exchange for its 44th SKOCH Summit at International Convention Hall, BSE, Mumbai in presence of Shri Sameer Kochar, Chairman, Skoch Group. On behalf of Airports Authority of India, Ms K. Hemalatha, Regional Executive Director (Western Region), Engg. Harish Kumar Pandey & Engg. Nilesh Kumar of Chandigarh Airport Project received the Awards.
The main green initiatives taken by the Project Team of AAI during construction include Fly Ash Bricks- around 55 Lakhs, Double Insulated Roofing System, DGU & High Performance Glasses, Low VOC Paints , Cavity Walls , Energy Efficient Chillers with 6.3 COP for HVAC, Energy Efficient Gearless Motors for Elevators, VFDs for High Capacity Motors, LED Type Electrical Fixtures, 600 KLD STP Plant installed for treating sewerage and waste water, Treated water from STP Plant to be used for HVAC, Flushing, Gardening etc., Rain Water Harvesting Wells, Sensor Based Plumbing Fittings for Water Conservation.