My Home GRAVA, India
Story by story, Asia’s tallest precast towers with a total planned Built up Area of 3.7 million square meters are stretching toward the sky in Hyderabad, Telangana State, India. My Home Construction chose Elematic as its structural design partner and equipment supplier for this monumental project.
The My Home GRAVA project, Hyderabad, India
|Plant installed and the project started in 2021
|First two towers (phase 1 of 4) planned to be completed by 2024
|The entire project should be completed and ready for use in 2050
|A planned total BUA of 3.7 million square meters (40 million square feet)
|Commercial buildings for IT offices
|Eight 43-story, 180-meter towers
|Structural design by Elematic in cooperation with Sweco Finland
|Tailor-made and delivered by Elematic for the project
|Annual BUA capacity: 460.000 square meters (5 million square feet)
|Manufactures all types of elements needed for the project: prestressed hollow core slabs, prestressed precast beams, precast columns, precast shear walls & precast stairs
|Can be used for other projects afterward
|Aftersales service and maintenance (AMC) by Elematic.
Hyderabad’s two 43-story, 180-meter landmark towers will be followed by six more. Each tower takes up a Built up Area (BUA) of 241,000 square meters, and the total eight-tower development is a mind-boggling 1.9 million square meters, meaning that these skyscrapers are part of the world’s largest commercial precast development.
The tower and non-tower areas together stretch over 3.7 million square meters.
The first two towers should be ready by next year. In 2050, when the whole project – named My Home – GRAVA – is finished, about 250,000 people will be working in the IT buildings.
Unlike most traditional Indian buildings, every element of this development will be made in a factory and assembled on-site using precast construction technology.
Pioneering by nature, this mega project is challenging and exciting for everyone involved, says Ravi Sai, Senior president for projects at the firm behind the development, My Home Construction.