Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Metro Rail Project has been awarded the “Outstanding Concrete Structure for Infrastructure” from Indian Concrete Institute – UltraTech Awards 2018.
The award was given at a grand ceremony held on Friday evening in Hyderabad. The Metro Rail project reportedly won this prestigious award in a stiff competition from many other important mega projects.
The Indian Concrete Institute (ICI) is a professional organisation working in the field of Concrete and Concrete Construction with its headquarters in Chennai.
The ICI – UltraTech Excellence Awards recognize and reward the country’s best concrete excellence achievements. The awards acknowledge the efforts across projects, persons and companies that have outshone others in their respective categories.
Now ICI – UltraTech Awards are the most recognised and highly valued awards, celebrating the achievements of the country’s concrete excellence in Architecture and Design.
NVS Reddy, MD, HMRL received the Outstanding Concrete Structure – Infrastructure (Owner) from Mr. K Rosaiah, Former Governor, Tamil Nadu & Former Chief Minister, United Andhra Pradesh.
M P Naidu, Project Director, LTMRHL received the Outstanding Concrete Structure – Infrastructure (Project Concessionaires & Designers) and (Architects Award) on behalf of the Company from Mr. K Rosaiah, who was the Chief Guest.
On receiving the award, NVS. Reddy, MD, HMRL, stated, “Hyderabad Metro Rail structures are not only of high quality and possessing good structural stability, but are also aesthetically designed sleek structures. They are like poetry in concrete.”
KVB. Reddy, MD & CEO, LTMRHL, stated, “Such awards reinstate our commitment to the project and the people of Hyderabad in developing the best metro rail for the city. These accolades inspire all the people working for Hyderabad Metro Rail Project in a significant manner.
I feel proud to say that Hyderabad Metro Rail Project undoubtedly stands out in concept, design, execution and for setting high standards, amongst many metros in the county.”