The new Hyderabad international airport: another MEP milestone for Voltas in India
Hyderabad’s newly inaugurated Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is a comprehensive showcase of Voltas’ globally-proven capabilities. It’s an airport built to be ‘international’ not just in its arrivals and departures, but in its standards.
That’s especially true of its standards of construction, particulary that of its world-class MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing) services, executed by Voltas, India’s leading air conditioning and engineering services provider, and the leading exporter of engineering projects.
Hyderabad’s new airport displays all the excellence Voltas has already shown in projects executed in over 30 countries worldwide over the last three-and-a-half decades. That excellence is showcased in installations such as the airport’s 4000 TR HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning); internal electrification; extra low voltage systems (for fire detection, fire alarm, CCTV, access control and building management system); visual docking system; plumbing and drainage; fire fighting with fire alarm systems for the Passenger Terminal Building, Air Traffic Control Tower and Technical Building; and building automation systems.
Hyderabad’s new international airport splendidly demonstrates the advantages of working with Voltas. This is where clients find a one-stop shop of proven reliability, integrating all the electro-mechanical elements of a project. Clients get the benefit of better planning, sourcing, execution, project management, and eventually higher value at optimal costs.
Voltas’ new integrated identity is already finding many prize projects to showcase itself, including a lengthy string of airports nationide. In each of these, Voltas will demonstrate the full gamut of its skills and knowledge, as well as its diversity of applications. And of course the professionalism and reliability which have made the company a ‘preferred provider’ in many parts of the world.