ACME has commissioned India’s first prefabricated health centre in Gaya, Bihar. The contract for the health centre was bagged by ACME after the EoI was issued by BMSICL under the Department of Health, Government of Bihar.
This health centre has been built record time of 3 months using the novel prefabrication technology. This technology will help the state not only strengthen its infrastructure facilities but also help showcase its efforts of bringing down the carbon footprint and adoption of environmental-friendly technologies.
This Mehkar Health Centre will serve as a model infrastructure to the country that is earnestly looking forward to giving strong impetus on development of its much-needed rural infrastructure as well as cut down its carbon footprint.
As per a report published by PwC, the government alone cannot meet the infrastructure, capacity and delivery shortages existing in the current healthcare system. In India, the healthcare infrastructure constitutes about 70 per cent of the overall sectoral expenditure and this highlights the need for fast and efficient healthcare infrastructure in India.
The use of prefabrication technology in comparison with the conventional methods of construction brings in savings to the tune of 50 per cent while it also helps cutting down the carbon footprint. The savings also constitute the terms of construction in all terrain and weather conditions.
ACME has used prefabrication technology to commission various state-of-the-art infrastructure, including commercial buildings, high-altitude accommodation units and cold-storage infrastructure.
The company is also underway to commission the 35th National Games Village in Kerala through prefabrication technology.