Indian infrastructure firm Tata Projects has announced a partnership with Australia’s global contractor Brookfield Multiplex to target residential, commercial and healthcare projects in India.
The two are already working together on a healthcare project in Kolkata, five commercial office special economic zones in Noida/Gurgaon and Kolkata, and a five-tower residential project in Bangalore.
Brookfield Multiplex will bring experience delivering high-rise buildings in Australasia, the Middle East, Europe and Canada. Tata’s managing director Vinayak Deshpande said the partnership would help it tap into "world class construction practices".Â
"The partnership enables us to pioneer new initiatives that will accelerate India’s growth," he said.
Brookfield’s India MD Glenn Raphael said: "We are committed to introducing world-class sustainable working practices to the Indian building construction market."
Photograph: Residential towers under construction in the Indian city of Kochi (Adam Jones/Wikimedia Commons)