We see strong double-digit topline growth in FY23: Tata Projects MD

Vinayak Pai, who took over as the top man in the firm this July, dwells on the existing and prospective projects, and the future roadmap of the company

Vinayak Pai, managing director, Tata Projects

Vinayak Pai, managing director, Tata Projects

Viveat Susan Pinto Mumbai
Vinayak Pai's assumption as the managing director of Tata Projects in July this year comes at a time when the company has been picking up crucial projects across the country. An infrastructure and engineering veteran, Pai is engaged in transitioning Tata Projects to its next level of growth. This involves strengthening its execution abilities and expanding its footprint into international markets. In an interaction with Viveat Susan Pinto, Pai, 54, spells out Tata Projects’ future roadmap. Edited Excerpts:

1) What is the status of three of the most high-profile projects that you have--the Parliament Building in Delhi, the Trans Harbour Sea Link in Mumbai and Noida airport?

We have indicated that the Trans Harbour Sea Link is on track to

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First Published: Dec 07 2022 | 6:24 PM IST

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