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Construction of additional built-up space at Navalpattu IT Park to start soon

Navalpattu IT Park now has a fully-occupied built-up space of 50,000 square feet.

The Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu (ELCOT) is set to add one lakh square feet of built-up space at its Navalpattu IT Park on the outskirts of the city.

Taking into consideration the high demand for built-up space, the State Government had sanctioned ₹ 40 crore for augmenting capacity of the IT Park that now has a fully-occupied built-up space of 50,000 square feet.

A private consultant had given a go-ahead for construction after conducting the soil test earlier this month, a senior official said.

The design for the six-storeyed building - ground plus five-floor - has also been readied. In all probability, the tender will be called for before the election code of conduct comes into effect, it is learnt.

At present, I-Link Systems Private Limited, Vuram Technology Solutions, GI Tech Gaming Co India Pvt Ltd., V.Dart Technologies Private Limited, V. R. Della Technologies Pvt. Ltd., and units one and two of Scientific Publishing Services Private Ltd, are operating out of the existing 50,000 square feet IT-cum-administrative building, which also houses the Tamil Nadu Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC).

A leading IT company is learnt to have evinced interest in occupying an entire floor once the new building is constructed. Several other companies have expressed desire to make their presence felt in Tiruchi.

From the time of tender, the construction work will take at least one and a half years for completion. It will take a few months more for the companies to function out of the to-be-constructed building. The ELCOT will allot the built up shell space in the new building along with air-conditioning and power back-up. The companies booking the space will take more time for carrying out the interior works, sources said.

The locational advantage of Navalpattu IT Park, which is in close proximity to the Tiruchi International Airport, highlighted through the two editions of Global Investors Meet is stated to be the key factor for the demand for the built-up space.

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