By Accommodation Times Bureau
Capacit’e Infraprojects Limited, completes the construction of Tata Trust’s Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Hospital, Varanasi in a record time of 10 months.
Tata Trust has embarked upon an endeavour to create a nationwide network of upgraded facilities for research and treatment of Cancer. As part of this initiative Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre had been proposed at Banaras Hindu Vishwavidyalay (BHU) campus.
Company undertook this challenging task of constructing this 352-bedded facility having the construction of 5.86 lakh sq. feet. The scope of work included turnkey works comprising of civil and structural works, complete MEP and HVAC works as well as finishing works including fixed furniture and non-medical equipment.
Rahul Kaytal, Managing Director, Capacit’e Infraprojects, said, “The work was completed with highest standards of quality and safety. A proactive approach, deployment of latest construction technologies, strong monitoring & controlling and a competent project team enabled us to deliver this socially important project in a record time of 10 months.”
He further added that the project which was inaugurated by Prime Minister has been included in the India Book of Records, for Largest Cancer Care Hospital built in the least Time by a Philanthropic Organisation.