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Jindal Aluminium & PSP Projects set to deliver a sustainable building design to the upcoming Surat Diamond Bourse

Ahmedabad-based PSP Projects Ltd is one of India’s fastest growing multi-disciplinary construction company, offering a diversified range of construction and allied EPC services across industrial, institutional, government, and residential projects. The company’s services range from planning and design to construction and post-construction activities to both private and public sector enterprises.

Jindal Aluminium Ltd is India’s largest aluminium extrusion company with a legacy spanning 50 years. The company’s core business is aluminium extrusions and aluminium flat rolled products. It is the first Indian aluminium extrusion company to be awarded the HSB and the ISO 9002 certifications, making it a reliable supplier for key projects like the Surat Diamond Bourse in Surat.

The PSP Vision
In the largely fragmented diamond polishing and trading industry, the Surat Diamond Bourse is being developed by PSP Projects as a modern and technology-driven global diamond exchange. PSP has executed around 124 projects since its inception in 2008; these include projects like Gujarat Chief Minister Office, Sabarmati River Front, World Trade Center and other commercial towers at GIFT City, etc.

The Surat Diamond Bourse will be equipped with Smart City features, characterized by high-end technology. It will encompass 66 lakh sqft area and is envisioned to have 9 iconic towers of B+G+15 floors each and will have the capacity to house 4500 offices.

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This ultra-modern project is also designed to provide safe deposit vaults, a museum, a customs office, money transfer desks, travel desk, retail zone, entertainment, and recreational facilities, and a diamond club to attract and engage with the stakeholders. The overall project cost estimated to be `2000 crore.

The Jindal Aluminium Solution
Image replica of  Surat Diamond BourseImage replica of Surat Diamond Bourse
Jindal Aluminium Limited (JAL) offers a vast and diverse range of aluminium extrusions. It has supplied architectural profiles of alloy 6063 to this project which will be used as curtain wall sections that allow natural filtration of light in the building. It also prevents air and moisture from entering the building, thereby enhancing the energy efficiency of the building.

A common feature in modern buildings, curtain wall sections enhance the thermal efficiency while simultaneously emphasizing the sophisticated appearance and aesthetic appeal. The alloy Temper T6 curtain wall sections supplied by JAL are designed to protect the Surat Diamond Bourse from external forces and ensure a longer life span of the building.

To execute the order, JAL developed 13 new dies and supplied architectural profiles to PSP Projects ahead of the scheduled delivery time. What normally takes months to create and deliver, JAL delivered within a record time of 30 days, highlighting their commitment to deadlines, surpassing expectations, and striving for customer satisfaction. A total of 445 MT has been supplied for Phase 1 for the project till June 2019, out of a total estimated 1000 MT.

Using Jindal Aluminum’s architectural profiles, PSP Projects is giving shape to a quality-driven sustainable and green building as aluminium is a key component of sustainable and modern architecture. The Surat Diamond Bourse is expected to be completed by 2020-21.
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