With the consistently deteriorating condition of the Earth and the environment we reside in, it won’t be a surprising factor if we run out of fresh water even before anticipated. The lack of resources and methodologies in India for harvesting back the rainwater is one of the primary reasons behind the lack of proper storage of the same. Recently, Chaitanya effectively worked around on Mahindra and Mahindra for their overall pond excavation project.
The main project was the undertaking of Mahindra and Mahindra. The main objective was to establish a sustainable method for easy storage of the rainwater that pours down every single year.
About the company
Mahindra and Mahindra is a popular brand known around as a popular Indian automotive company known around Indian and in international levels too. The company is known around for their amazing range of automobiles and automotive.
They wanted pond excavation done around an area of 339936 sq.mt. which is around 84 hectares in total which was what we successfully delivered them with.
For the Mahindra and Mahindra organization, the main task was to indulge in the pond excavation to install the vee wire filter screens. The entire process of the work was done in a seamless manner with the best employees at hand from their side.
The entire team behind the company worked day in and day out to provide with the best results for the sustainable development around. The entire process of pond excavation was quite extensive which was the primary reason why the process did take time but was completed with finesse.
When we reached out to Mahindra and Mahindra with the proposition and the requirements for the project, we were to walk them through the entire process of how we work around to execute a project and that is what they did for this project as well.
We did follow an exquisite 5-stage process which was exactly what helped in providing the deliverables on time and that too with the best quality intact.
The Chaitanya Rain Water Harvesting Service included the following stages:
Preparing the report
Establishing a well-executed rainwater harvesting site with all the essential amenities is not a cakewalk and the very first stage is to prepare a report. That is what we started out with. We visited the sites in question and did establish a very well informed and in-depth report on the same and then reached back to them. Once we were well satisfied with the report, that’s when we proceeded to the next step.
Designing the layout
Not every two site is the same, while some projects take up more space; some are limited to a confined space. The design part for the rainwater harvesting project is actually one of the most crucial stages. Once we provided with all the statistics regarding the site and the place where the harvesting needs to be done, we went deep into designing the layout that will suit best for the same. The final product was very accurate and detailed with all the necessary information required to ensure any kind of mitigation as well.
Detailed engineering drawings
Once the overall layout was designed and approved, the next step was to indulge in the detailed engineering drawings for space and the equipment that will go into the process. Every single one of them was carefully structured by some of the most efficient and experienced engineers from the organization which provided with amazing accuracy in each of the blueprints of the drawings.
The penultimate stage in this progress was to conduct a detailed and in-depth hydrogeological survey of the site to ensure that there are no pinholes that could later contribute to risks to the project. Highly experienced engineers worked day in and day out to note down every last detailing of the site and the details necessary for safe and successful execution of the project. They also conduct a borewell survey.
The last but not the least in the process is to cover everything up in a feasibility report after jotting down all the necessary and associated points involved in the project. The feasibility report also provided insight to all the other accessory details one would need about the overall knowledge regarding the project as well.
We did stand up to the expected standards we provided them with. They wanted everything on time and on par in terms of not just the quality of the equipment but also for the quality of the services provided by the experienced professionals and we did stand up to each one of them effectively. The structure and the project, for the established organization, was successful enough altogether. we stood up to all the claims and the positive reviews they do bear around in the market.