ACE Tower Cranes
Prefabrication Construction is playing a vital role in building the infrastructure of India. Globally, this innovative concept has been significantly adopted by the Construction Industry, with Burj Khalifa and Sydney Opera being the finest examples of world-famous prefab structures. ACE, India’s No. 1 crane brand is riding the Prefab Construction wave in country by manufacturing intelligent and cost-effective Tower Cranes, which are an integral requirement for safe, speedy and smart execution of housing and urban infrastructure projects.

The ambitious and most talked-about real-estate projects - the Central Park- Flower Valley Project - is one of the finest examples of Prefab Construction. This fast-growing ultra-luxury realty brand has an established presence in the NCR region of India. Till date, it has delivered 5.5 million sq.ft. of luxury residential properties in many prominent locations in Gurugram (Haryana).

By integrating specially manufactured ACE Tower Cranes in its business model, it has recorded a dramatic rise in the speed of construction and scale of developments, while reducing the overall project cost significantly. A fine blend of technologies tailored to maximize customer’s convenience and optimized space utilization makes these homes, the smartest way of living. Through its unique range of Precast Intelligent Homes, Central Park is ready to establish a new benchmark in luxury living.

Mayank Pundir, Country Head - Tower Cranes, ACE
“In the Prefab Construction method, the building components are prefabricated offsite on an assembly line using advanced tools and equipment. Thereafter, they are transported to the building site where they are erected using special Tower Cranes,” informed, Mayank Pundir, Country Head - Tower Cranes, ACE. “Following suit, many major real-estate players are now upgrading themselves by using Precast Construction methods, which enable fast completion of massive residential projects with minimum labor and zero material waste,” he added.

As per a research report by IBEF, the Real Estate sector of India is expected to reach a market size of US$ 1 trillion by 2030 from US$ 120 billion in 2017 and contribute 13% of the country’s GDP by 2025. Hospitality, retail and commercial real estate are growing significantly, and providing the much-needed boost to India’s growing infrastructure needs. The government’s ambitious project of building 20 million affordable houses and 98 smart cities by 2022 will see a further confluence of the construction and manufacturing industries to create an ecosystem for increased innovation and technology adoption. “In such a scenario, I am convinced that the coming decade belongs to prefabrication construction techniques. Prefabrication will not be just a key enabler in the “Digital India” mission but will also act as the key catalyst in overall infrastructural development,” said Pundir.

Flower Valley Project & ACE Association
ACE Tower Cranes
To assemble its prefabricated concrete structures, Central Park joined hands with ACE, the market leader of Tower Cranes in India. Mahesh Pathak (PNM-DGM) at Flower Valley Project, informed, “Tower Cranes do 90% of the construction work, hence it’s important to have the Tower Cranes from a brand like ACE which you can trust in terms of quality and aftersales service. In fact, ACE was an inevitable choice for us.”

The specialized 16T TC 7054 travelling type tower crane with 62.5 mts jib length, and a lifting capacity of 3T up to 70mts was developed by ACE at its manufacturing facility in Faridabad. It was especially designed to provide the necessary lifting speed and strength. The most notable feature is their high capacity, which stands out in a country where lower capacity units constitute majority of the cranes’ population. The higher capacity cranes with higher safety standards are mandatorily required to handle heavy structures and provide a high degree of precision in prefabricated buildings. To accommodate them, longer jibs are needed, although Central Park plans to use it with a 50m boom, a configuration which delivers 6.7T tip load. Before delivery, ACE tested this special crane at 110% capacity to ensure that it would perform flawlessly at 100% capacity.

Commented Pathak, “The rugged and reliable ACE Tower Cranes was a boon for us. Through their consistent support and excellent customer service, they ensured that our inaugural project would kick off successfully. With a dedicated 24x7 technical support from ACE, the project was completed in just nine months, ahead of deadline.”
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