Cyberpark

Safety at the heart of a world-class complex in Gurgaon

The head-turning DLF Cyberpark is a stone's throw from Delhi airport in India. Striking inside and out, this contemporary building strikes a perfect balance between form and functionality.

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Cyberpark Project summary

Client

DFL Ltd

Services provided

Project and programme management, Consultancy

Sectors

Commercial

Locations

India, Asia Pacific

Project timeline

End date
2021
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Project story

DFL Cyberpark perfectly exemplifies our ambition to make a transformative impact with the places that we create for work and leisure.

A rapidly growing market, India calls for project delivery that enables crunched timelines while continuously pushing the boundaries on improved quality and safety. Mace is equal to the task. Across all sectors and geographies, global best practice in health and safety is integral to how we deliver distinctive value to our clients. 

Productivity. Transparency. Safety.

Completed in March 2021, our team delivered Cyberpark for Indian real estate developer DFL Ltd, safely, through seamless collaboration with supply chain partners L&T. The project team was awarded the Sword of Honour by the British Safety Council for its accomplishment.

The 3.6 million sq. ft. Cyberpark development, which is located off the bustling National Highway 8, less than 10 km from Delhi airport, comprises three distinct and inter-connected blocks. Each block offers an independent identity with amenities such as a crèche, gym and food court. Comprised of high glazing, the façade enables maximum natural light penetration through a minimum service footprint.

Mace was appointed Project Management Consultant (PMC) in 2016, taking the reins from a previous provider, and entrusted with managing the design consultants, monitoring main contractor performance, quality assurance, stakeholder communication, as well as liaising with government authorities to accelerate the delivery and mitigate against the risk of project delays.

In addition to the contemporary design, the development also boasts state-of-the-art elevators and a high-security entry system, as well as several key sustainability features. Half of the rainwater is harvested on site and landscape water demand is fully met by recycled water. Low water fixtures reduce the building’s overall water requirements by 45%. Furthermore, energy savings are incurred through energy efficient HVAC and lighting systems, as well solar PV panels which offset a quarter of the building’s energy costs. 

 

PROJECT STATS

750 people capacity food court
100% recycled water for landscape demand
25,000 people capacity