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Suzlon One Earth Case Study by Ameya Gumaste

  1. 1. CSR Embedded Project Management Construction of Suzlon One Earth – A Case StudyPresented By: Ameya Gumaste & Jitesh Donga 1
  2. 2. About Us 2
  3. 3. Suzlon One EarthSEZ EPC ISO 9001:2008 I ISO 14001:2004 I OHSAS 18001:2007 e-PM 3
  4. 4. Our Achievements; Our Expertise• Accomplished over 150 successful projects globally• A remarkable 1400 acres of Hi-tech Engineering SEZ developments in Vadodara, Coimbatore and Mangalore• Delivered 5 million sq. ft. of top class work spaces, campuses, R&D Centers, Industrial and Warehousing and social infrastructure projects. SYNEFRA offers Project Management, Sustainability Management, EPC and Facility Management Services 4
  5. 5. The Context 5
  6. 6. All these Projects made great Social Impact! Coliseum Eiffel eTower Taj Mahal St. Peter Basilica Opera House Suez Canal Burj Khalifa 6
  7. 7. India Today!! Bandra Worli Sea LinkPune Mumbai Expressway Delhi MetroKonkan Railway Bandra Worli Sea Link Bhakra Nangal Dam Reliance Refinery Reliance Refinery Magarpatta City City Magarpatta Bhakra Nangal Dam Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport 7
  8. 8. Social Impact of Projects• Projects have both POSITIVE and NEGATIVE impacts• Social Issues and their impact associated with a project in a developing country like India could be completely different from Developed Nations• Every project is UNIQUE, so are the Social Impacts associated• Bottom of the Pyramid is impacted the most 8
  9. 9. The Synefra CSR Model 9
  10. 10. “Suzlon One Earth”• Global HQ of Suzlon Energy Ltd and Group Companies• 820,000 Sft Integrated Development• LEED Platinum and GRIHA Five Star certified campus• India’s first campus 100% on renewable energy 10
  12. 12. Suzlon One Earth – A Case Study 12
  13. 13. Synefra’s Scope & ResponsibilityVisualize Synergize HarmoniseConversion of Between various Harmony ofa dream to reality in designers and briefs concepts withoutterms of project profile diluting the briefAlign Manage Add valueAlignment of an idea Managing the functional Value adds in termsand action considering need with aesthetics Innovation andcost, time & quality creativity Create a Built-to-suit campus that is a unique & inspiring place to work To conceive, develop and manage one of the world’s greenest campus 13
  14. 14. Why “One Earth”? • The name is a dedication to our precious home, Earth • It highlights Earth’s unique existence as an eco system • It reinforces Suzlon’s belief that co- existence and responsible usage of natural resources are the only way to achieve sustainability • Devoted to Suzlon’s efforts across the globe to create a sustainable future 14
  15. 15. Project Management 15
  16. 16. Challenges• To take off for a large & prestigious requirement from a very simply worded, but very sound and extremely challenging brief to execute and establish.• Select and choose methodically a site and the team with a clear focus of all stakeholders so that the vision of SEL management and Synefra the Project Managers were in total alignment.• To create a space, which was not just an office, but an area which will personify the vision of its leader, the mission of the company and the core business of the group – Powering a greener tomorrow, today. 16
  17. 17. Project Strategy & Management• Direction / Approach o Deliberation & decision of what, who, how & when of the project o Project programming with respect to needs, stakeholders / partners and milestones o Set a very focused and precise action plan• Dedicated Project Management team formed to capture & imbibe the company requirement and prepare precise briefs for all designers 18
  18. 18. Project approach – Design briefs• Development of Design brief : o Project Architecture design brief o Project Services design brief o Project Interior Architecture design brief o Project Communication design brief• Help reduce input time for each stakeholder and help them deliver an output much superior than expected• Reduced the otherwise high level of initial energy which gets drained in negotiating through the clutter & change in ideas• Approval sought from SEL at various stages of data assimilation and preparation of brief for each discipline 19
  19. 19. Formation of Project Task ForceBased on the requirements of the Design briefs, an appropriate team gotestablished at various stages of the project as per expertise required: o Strategic Synefra project team – Project owner, project manager, finance controller, site management team o Developer – To build base infrastructure with services & landscape o Architect – To conceive the building and develop design as per brief o Construction contractor – For execution & construction of cold shell as per the design envelope o Interior design build company – For effective justice to the cold shell and a functional yet classic interior architecture o Communication designer – For a total space experience, memory points, branding and signage to enhance the architecture o Design coordinator – For complete synergy between all designers and harmony of ideas during execution 20
  20. 20. Change Management• Change Management - As Suzlon became larger, business plans grew and requirements changed significantly - o From talking green to demonstrating green o From a place to work to an inspiring place to work o No. of people from 1500 to 2500 and their functional requirements o Introduction of shared services – 24x7 operations o Belief structure replaced by Values o Technology advancement in operations, Information Technology, Audio-Visual, etc.This changed project parameters, scale and design criteria.• Consistent focus, managing change, adaptation to circumstances and the flexibility of approach were the keys to stay on track. 21
  21. 21. Evolution of the program 22
  22. 22. Design Management 23
  23. 23. Design Management Design Selection – with criteria as to: o What is it that we want to achieve through the design? o What are the indicators which would help in the enabling objectives and how to recognize them? o What is the message that we wish to convey through the design to all its stakeholders which would represent the client’s vision. To align all designers to the Client’s expectations, the project vision, objectives and deliverables was a phenomenal process and for which Synefra Strategic team became a key catalyst and an enabler. 24
  24. 24. Project management approach for design• Started with Interactions with senior management, business vertical heads & HR team • With Senior management – Values, business vertical structure, business needs, significance of facility in global business, future plans • With Business Vertical heads – team function, hierarchy and nos., archiving requirement, special requirements like studios, library, control rooms, etc. • With HR team – final nos., defining work areas as per team/group/position functions, allocation of space/floor/building to respective business units, and common facilities like cafeteria, gym, clinic, etc. as per Admin policies• Along with company requirements, facilities for all kinds of users were mapped, established and considered in design which were approved and signed off for execution 25
  25. 25. Alignment of the Design Process Purpose Result • Built to suit model All requirements set forth in the brief • Studying the design to match needs document were achieved in the Design, • Achieve satisfaction first on paper including the brief of the Green • Ensure design & technical aspects Building • Efficient costs and effective design Action: Design drawings were screened with respect to: Functional Vaastu Construction Local Rules & Criteria for Cost & TimeRequirements Compliances Technology Regulations Green buildings implications All of the above were closely monitored & cross-checked by : 1. Client 2. Developer 3. Architects 26
  26. 26. Mapping Key Users & Functions Service Providers Casual Visitors Security Agencies, Caterers, House College School Students, Relatives. Keeping Agency, Courier Agency, Business Visitors Government Officials, MEDA, Business Personalities Vendors, Suppliers and Consultants Executive Part Manufacturers, Transporters, Management Legal Consultants, Training Faculty Promoters, CMD, Board of Directors, CXOs, S4, SGM, VP/Heads Clients & Investors Existing & Prospective, FIIs, Large Brokerage Firms Interview Candidates Senior Executives and Short term visitors appearing Executives for job interviews S3 - GM, S2 - DGM,AGM S1, M6, Sr. Manager, Manager M5 – Dy. Manager & Below Training & Induction Candidates Short term visitors appearing for short courses Media World Press 27
  27. 27. Systematic organization from part to whole Strategy Planning Media Room Training Rooms New Business MBU Technology Group Library Wind Gallery Cafeteria Gymnasium Welcome Lounge ITChairman Offce HR / Admin Finance CLCCorporate Parking Travel Desk StoresCommunication Record Room Executive Board Room IBMS / FMS Business Halls Courier Desk 28
  28. 28. The Whole 29
  29. 29. Driving factors and program scale Sustainability Inspiring place to work Principles of sustainability A place which will inspire & motivate from site selection, design, Providing healthy and productive engineering, construction, environment for occupants in terms of material and operations indoor air quality and daylight usage Land 443,473 sq ft (10.18 acres) Office space 598,256 sq ft Highlights Terminus (basement) 223,270 sq ft Open space (landscape) 185,578 sq ft Capacity 2300 30 30
  30. 30. 360 degree approach to Sustainability 1 2 3 4 5 6 Environment Water Energy Eco-Friendly Healthy & Innovative Sensitive Sensitive Conscious Material & Productive Design development Approach Approach Resources Indoor Elements environment• Minimum Site • Rain Water • Minimum • Use of low emitting • Green design • Energy efficient Disturbance Harvesting Construction waste materials education HVAC• Heat island effect • Use of low flow • Use of regional • Indoor pollutants • Creating green • Energy efficient fixtures materials control energy lighting• Minimum light resource on site • Use of sensor • Use of rapidly • Natural use of day and off site pollution • Usage of based fixtures renewable material light and view of renewable energy• Use of native outdoor spaces • Green house • Water efficient • Recycle & reuse of keeping plants • Sensor based Irrigation lighting and material • Increase ventilation• CFC & HCFC free ventilation • Minimum pollution • Zero waste material use • 100 % use of • Use of high recycle during construction policy sewage water content material • Energy efficient• Promote Public electrical transport • Water efficient equipment HVAC system • Less water requirement landscape 31
  31. 31. Architecture Design :From abstract to form 32
  32. 32. Conceptualization 33
  33. 33. Master Plan 34 34
  34. 34. Landscape :From form to functional enhancement 35
  35. 35. Aim: Responsive & responsible landscape 36
  36. 36. Sustainability in landscape practices Using recycled water Reduced water consumption Use of native plants Creating new Habitats 37
  37. 37. Interior :Functional enhancementto operational optimization 38
  38. 38. Design Goal• Translating Suzlon’s values and vision into the interior space as experienced in the context of architecture and landscape• Bringing value to the space by integrating the functional HR requirements of the business units, employee aspirations and well being. 39
  39. 39. Holistic Design Approach Space Planning - Interior, Architecture & Landscape “Becoming One” 40
  40. 40. Brand Communication :From operations to a ‘wow’experience 41
  42. 42. Nomenclature – Business Units Sustainability Renewable Key Energy Elements Sun Water Wind + Wood Space or Sky Aqua Tree Sky Sun Technology + Manufacturing Board members &Corporate Services Manufacturing team Business team new business Terminus : Terra or Earth Energy 43 43
  43. 43. Nomenclature – Global Learning Academy Learning ICON Cultural symbol for learning It depicts energy and awareness Each intersection depicts a point of creation Each ‘one’ numeral at the top of the icon is an abstract indicative beginning to the process of knowledge gathering 44
  44. 44. Memory Points Customised indoor & outdoor artworks 45
  45. 45. Sustainability Measures 46
  46. 46. Sustainability Features at One Earth• Sustainability has to be an objective from the concept stage and then embedded in every design aspect• Sustainable solution and practices are integrated towards efficiency in: o ENERGY USE o WATER USE o WASTE MANAGEMENT o MATERIALS USE o HEALTHY AIR QUALITY o OPERATING PRACTICES• Sustainability is the hallmark of this project while the result is an inspiring place to work. Achievements then speak for themselves. 47 47
  47. 47. Design Approach Results 47% 85% Energy Recycle Savings Waste 60% 90% Water Occupants use Savings Daylight 48
  48. 48. Global Recognitions SYNEFRA WINS THE SYNEFRA WINS MIPIM PRESTIGIOUS ASIA ASIA GOLD Award 2011 PACIFIC PROPERTY Synefra E&C Ltd was AWARD 2011 awarded the MIPIM Asia The Asia Pacific Property 2011 GOLD Award in “Best Awards 2011 in association Green Buildings” category for with Bloomberg Television its project Suzlon One Earth & Google awarded the which it conceived, managed prestigious award to and executed. Synefra E&C Ltd for Best MIPIM Asia this year Office Development for received entries of 80 Suzlon One Earth. projects from 15 countries. The project was further This year, Synefra E&C Ltd. is selected as the official the only Indian company to nominee from Asia Pacific be announced as a winner at the World Property amongst the 29 winners in Award to be held at the end 10 distinct categories in Asia. of this year 49
  49. 49. Sustainable Approach for ConstructionComprehensive planning for construction created a wide path for theexecution team taking a batten from design team. Key areas ofconstruction management are mentioned below:• People Management & the integration of knowledge & technology with project planning• Fundamentals of Project planning were followed emphasizing “Plan, Organize, Lead and Monitor”• Procurement process considering the aspects of QS, sustainable options, logistics, properties, impacts, cash flows, ABC analysis & life cycle costing.• Execution with appropriate sequencing, time management, processes including ISO norms, EHS norms, quality checklists, execution checklists, etc. 50 50
  50. 50. Sustainable Approach for Construction• Quality control, checks, assessments & audits on predefined timeline throughout the project life cycle for improvement in all aspects• Timely reviews and feedbacks through regular review meetings at site along with all key stakeholders• Appropriate skill up-gradations & capacity building through trainings & appropriate inputs to the engineers and supervisors on site• Labour welfare activities in co-ordination with CSR team, NGOs, etc. 51 51
  51. 51. Environment Management Plan Implementation• Site barricading to define boundaries & prevent damage to neighborhood.• Excavation- Top Soil preservation / excess soil disposal / handling / reuse.• Erosion & sedimentation control during construction- planning for drain lines below terminus level.• Sprinkling water on roads at pre-decided frequencies to prevent pollution of the air.• Spill prevention- Use of trays, etc. as per the need for DG sets / pumps & other equipments during handling of oil.• Waste management during construction- segregation / storage / disposal of waste, etc.• Water use minimization- use of sedimentation tank to reuse the water at central batching plant, use of curing compounds / covering the concrete surfaces by Hessian cloth / gunny bags as applicable to reduce the need of overall water requirement. 52 52
  52. 52. Concern for Construction Workers• It was a culture at One Earth construction site to consider all the stakeholders like family members irrespective to their economic class, gender and race. All the construction team members were treated with equal care and respect. The project team demonstrated a unique example of a care which any construction company can practice for their workers. Few of the initiatives taken at site are mentioned as under: • Crèche & School facility during construction for the construction worker’s children with nutritious mid-day meal facility. • Regular health checkups– Periodic blood tests for blood groups / hemoglobin / malaria etc. of all construction workers and their children. • Onsite medical facility (Doctor & dispensary across the road) available 24x 7. 53 53
  53. 53. Concern for Construction Workers• Hygienic Sanitation facility on site with state of the art temporary toilets and their regular maintenance and management by a professional agency. Other services included daily housekeeping & garbage collection systems, provision of appropriate fire fighting facility, safe drinking water provisions, sufficient lighting, security etc.• Improvement in conventional cooking methods- Training & facilitation to the workers for making the smokeless chullahs for cooking needs. Distribution of the same free of cost.• Pure drinking water supply & sanitation facility at labour camp. 54 54
  54. 54. CSR Initiatives 55 55
  55. 55. CSR Initiatives 56 56
  56. 56. Key Stakeholders• Chief Architect : Christopher Charles Benninger Architects• Integrated Design coordination : Tao Design• Construction & Engineering : Vascon Engineers• Interior Architecture, : Space Matrix in association Engineering & Execution with Tao Architecture• Landscape Architect : Ravi Varsha Gavandi• Communication Design : Elephant Design• Sustainability Consultants : Environmental Design Solutions Design Consultants 06 Technical Consultants 12 Direct Suppliers 46 Sub-contractors / suppliers 400 57
  57. 57. SUZLON One EarthVisual Experience 58
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  60. 60. Incorporatinglocal arts & crafts 61
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  67. 67. Thank You! Synefra Engineering & Construction Ltd.One Earth - Tree Lounge, Level 2, Hadapsar, Pune 411 028 INDIATel: +91.20.67022000 | Fax: +91.20.67022100 Toll Free: 1800-200-1330Email: | 68