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PMI India Awards 2014

Project of the Year – Large
Winner: Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T)

Project: Process cum Living Quarters Platform

L&T completed this offshore project for Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation ahead of schedule within 21 months. The project clocked in incident free human hours of 4.1 million.

Project of the Year – Large
Runner Up: Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T)

Project: Mangalore Aromatics Complex (MARC) project

It is the largest single train paraxylene complex in India and one of the largest globally. The completed project has set a number of benchmarks in project management in India.

Project of the Year – Medium
Winner: Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)

Project: Butadiene Extraction Project, Panipat Naphtha Cracker

With no cost or time overrun, and accident-free construction, this project marks IOCL’s first venture into the production of synthetic commercial rubber.

Project of the Year – Medium
Runner Up: Grasim Industries (Aditya Birla Group)

Project: Greenfield Epoxy Project, Vilayat

The project was completed successfully inspite of damage to the plant after flash floods. There were no fatal accidents or time lost due to incidents.

Project of the Year – Small
Winner: NTPC

Project: 5 MWp Solar PV Project at Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar

The project is located in a faraway island and necessitated multi-mode logistics and the mobilization of resources from the mainland. Inspite of several challenges, the project fulfilled the time, cost, and quality parameters, and recorded a zero-accident construction phase.

Project of the Year – Non Government Organization
Winner: The Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief (EFICOR)

Project: Parivartan Child Survival Project

Through this project, EFICOR has helped reduce mortality among mothers, newborns, and children under the age of five.

Project of the Year – Contribution to Community
Winner: National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC)

Project: Skilling India Project

Aimed at creating a skilled workforce to cater to the country’s needs, particularly in the power industry, NTPC has adopted 17 government industrial training institutes near its plants, upgraded the infrastructure, and taken up the responsibility of developing skilled technicians.

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