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D.P. Jayasinghe Piling completes Tri-Zen’s piling work ahead of schedule


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 Reward of Rs. 7 m being awarded to D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. Chairman/Managing Director Upali Jayasinghe, by China State Construction Engineering Corporation Project Director Wu Jie
 

 

  • CSCEC rewards 7 million for DPJ’s prompt work completion 

 

D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. Ltd. showcased their dynamic expertise in the field of pile construction through successful completion of the piling project of Tri-Zen project, ahead of the schedule. Tri-Zen is a 53 storied 3 towers residence construction project, which is a joint venture between John Keells Holdings PLC and Indra Traders Ltd. 

The main contractor for Tri-Zen project is China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC); ranked 23rd largest construction company in the World. CSCEC entrusted the piling contract for D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. Ltd. The piling project covered the 107 bored and cast in situ pile anchored more than 1,300 m in bed rock upon which the three towers of TRI ZEN was founded upon. There were eighty-three 1,800 mm diameter piles, twenty-four 1500 mm diameter piles and twelve 600 mm diameter piles in construction scope. 

Remarking upon the achievement DPJ Chairman and Managing Director Upali Jayasinghe stated, “The project was scheduled to be completed within 120 calendar days. However, through the expert service delivery of the DPJ’s service personnel, the project was completed within 110 days while actual amount of working days was 93. Appreciating the remarkable accomplishment the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) granted Rs. 7,000,000 worth rewards for D P Jayasinghe piling team.” “The growth of DPJ in the last five years and the prompt delivery of piling service by our company is due to the convention followed by of D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. Ltd., is to only utilise technologically-advanced equipment sourced from Sri Lanka’s market leader. DPJ currently utilises 10 BAUER hydraulic rotary drilling machines made in Germany. The pile machine fleet of DPJ includes BG-11H, BG-20H, BG-24H, two BG-25s, two BG-26s, BG-28, BG-30 and BG-39 which Manufactured by BAUER Maschinen GmbH Germany. The BG 39 is the largest BAUER pile machine in south Asia. This fleet of equipment speaks volumes on the larger diameter piling work that can be undertaken by us and our ability to deliver service on due schedule to the high end clientele.”

D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. Ltd. was established in 2013, and offers personalised service through its dynamic team of expert service personnel that delivers a complete solution to all clients. D.P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. has successfully completed over well over 75 pile construction projects to date. This includes a wide array of projects such as housing developments, apartment complexes, hospitals, express ways and many others. 

Some of the mega piling projects completed by the company since inception include the Mihidupura Housing Project – Colombo 05, Re-Development Project for One Colombo Project for TATA Housing Development at Slave Island, Apartment Complex at Ward Place, Colombo 07 for Prime Land Residencies, Piling work for Southern Express Way and Central Express Way and Apartment Complex at Ja Ela, for Bellevue Residencies Ltd.

 


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