New Delhi : Intercontinental Consultants and Technocrats (ICT) a leading Infrastructure company having operations in more than 45 countries across the globe has been conferred with ‘Industry Excellence award for its engineering and consultancy services’ conferred by the Institute of Engineers, the apex body of engineers in the country.
Mr K K Kapila, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) ICT, received the award from Dr Mahendera Nath Pandey, Union Minister for Heavy Industries at a function organised by the Institute of Engineers as part of its centenary celebrations. Mr Kapila is also President Emeritus of Geneva-based International Road Federation (IRF) working for better safer roads worldwide.
“We are delighted to be recognised for our engineering consultancy in India and abroad. This honour will encourage us to enhance our global reach, It is our endeavor to build core competence in various engineering disciplines to compete globally in providing services for meeting the urgent sustainable infrastructure development needs of the developing world and thereby contribute to the overall economic growth and the general well-being of mankind”said Mr K K Kapila, CMD, ICT.
“We build an equitable world for our future generations, and we consistently hone our focus towards sustainability. We partner with our Clients to find the best possible solutions for their projects; solutions that help them to achieve their goals. We are committed to providing efficient, timely services and tailored solutions to our Clients, which help them in making their organization successful. Our commitment towards quality never wavers.” he added.
Intercontinental Consultants and Technocrats (ICT), an ISO-9001:2008 Certified Company incorporated in the year 1987, ranked among top 100 consultancy companies in the world, has operations in more than 45 countries across the globe. It is a leading international consulting organisation specialising in highways, structures, airports, urban and regional infrastructure development, water supply, water resources development and management, traffic and transportation, ports and tourism, institutional strengthening and capacity building and socio-economic and environmental impact assessment.