Social Rehabilitation
Social Rehabilitation Projects
In order to repay our moral debt to the society, we have continuously devoted ourselves to assess the needs of the underprivileged and provide relief works accordingly. To serve this purpose, we always strive to come up with innovative schemes, construction techniques and newer ways of funding, to help house both the urban poor and victims of any natural calamity.
• This prestigious project is hailed as one of its kind in the whole of Asia and is an iconic example of public-private participation for fulfilling the housing needs of industrious and well-deserving female beedi workers of Solapur. The honorable Prime Minister of India inaugurated the scheme.

• The project consisted of 10,000 houses along with 2 Elevated Storage Reservoirs (ESR) of 10,00,000 liters and 5,00,000 liters each, spread over 450 acres of land.

• Aesthetically designed houses with a living room, kitchen and bathroom/toilet with proper sanitation and dependable water supply.

• Total 10,000 houses over 450 acres of land have been handed over to beneficiaries and another 12,000 houses along with infrastructure requirements like connecting roads, institutional buildings are in various stages of completion.

• To create substantial economic impact on the local economy, supporting infrastructure consisting of commercial centres, school, playgrounds and 150-bed hospital has been also included.

• This extraordinary project of constructing permanent shelters for Tsunami affected tribals on the islands of Carnicobar & Hutbay islands in the Andaman & Nicobar archipelago.

• The gigantic relief and rehabilitation project is funded under the Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package and includes construction of 5000 permanent shelters, which are totally estimated to cost about Rs.350 Crores is monitored by the Central Public Works Department (CPWD)

• Initial designing and planning presented various complex issues like the limited work season, limited port facility on the islands, difficult terrain and equatorial climate but inventive solutions were implemented to expedite the execution of works.

• Organized planning included special site selection keeping in mind the original habitat of the tribals so that it suits their living style.

• Use of special materials and techniques like optimum use of internal space and planned features allowed strong and reliable construction of these calamity-resistant robust structures and gave an overall reinvention to landscaping, roads and sanitation in these tribal areas.
• Exclusive construction of housing schemes for the urban poor under the Andhra Pradesh Housing Board (APHB) in Hyderabad. The scheme houses 134 blocks with 4288 flats accommodating a total of 4500 families and is in final stages of completion.

• Non-conventional methods of planning and operation were blended with real engineering perspective to ensure rational use of materials and resources while building the project that can serve communities at large.

• Extensive research on individual & population needs, resulted in adoption of low-rise structure approach to speed up the construction and reduce the capital investment.

• The township encompassess best infrastructural facilities with special emphasis on high quality construction.

• Extra reinforcement is provided in the shape of modern sanitation amenities, continuous water supply, safe electricity facilities, construction of roads and pavements as well as anganwaadis for children.

• Rehab Township of 1100 houses funded by the Government of Rajasthan in an effort to rehabilitate victims of natural disasters in the city of Jodhpur.

• The scheme has the primary objective to facilitate construction and upgradation of the dwelling units for providing healthy living spaces and enabling urban environment through community toilets.

• The project was the first of its kind scheme meant exclusively for victims with the Government of India subsidizing 50% and the balance 50% by the State Government with ceiling costs prescribed both for dwelling units/community toilets.

• Additional effort was laid in making the outer structures bold so that they can provide higher resistance to desert heat along with infrastructural amenities like roads, developed water drainages and basic water supply.

• Use of sophisticated and modern precast low-cost housing technique, which ensures better quality control, shape and size in structural design and reliability.

• A splendid residential township for 400 senior citizens located 90 kms south of Mumbai where nature welcomes life. A contemporary avenue in the form of a self contained township catering to the needs of senior citizens.

• Spacious cottages, vast stretches of greens with integrated recreational activities like swimming pool makes this township an experience of its own.

•To maintain the serene and peaceful environment, special design standards were adopted and enforced in the form of landscaping, lighting on the roads, sewer and drainage systems

• Special emphasis was laid on protection of community safety by planning for well-sited and well-designed pathways and sidewalk systems.

• Located in the picturesque valley of Neral, it serves the purpose of providing a rejuvenated feeling and a productive living space to senior citizens.

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