IGIA wins British Construction Industry award 2010

BCI Award 2010
Delhi, Oct 22: Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport has won the British Construction Industry Award (BCIA), for the the Best International Project (International Category) at a function held in London on Oct 14.

The award was received by I Prabhakara Rao, Chief Executive Officer, Airport Development of DIAL, and MP Naidu, Project Director, DIAL Project.

After receiving the award, I Prabhakara Rao, said, “It"s a proud moment for all of us at GMR and DIAL."

KV Rangaswami, Member of the Board and President Construction, L&T said, “I am delighted that Delhi International Airport which was recently completed by L&T in record time and readied for the CWG 2010 has been selected for this prestigious Award."

Nearly 180 international projects competed for the award and the participation of UK-based construction companies was restricted.

The jury remarked, "The delivery of the New Delhi Airport is a project of unprecedented scale in India. The new 4.4 km runway and 35 million passenger capacity terminal were completed on time in 38 months."

Delhi Airport grabbed this award due to its construction, skills, quality of design, high performance, originality, value engineering, global sourcing, safety, health and environmental harmony and energy saving.

About British Construction Industry Award (BCIA)

The British Construction Industry Awards seek to recognise outstanding achievement in the construction of buildings, engineering design, construction process, delivery to time,budget, and client satisfaction.

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