DFI India OverviewWho we areDFI of India (DFII) is a non-profit organization and is a chapter of Deep Foundations Institute(DFI), a US-based international non-profit organization established with the goal of advancingthe deep foundation construction industry.DFI is an international association of owners, contractors, consultants, specialized contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers and academia in the deep foundationsindustry. Our multidisciplinary membership creates a consensus voice and a common visionfor continual Improvement in the planning, design and construction of deep foundations andexcavations. DFI is committed to ensuring safety, promoting quality, enhancing durability andincreasing sustainability of foundation projects.DFI brings together members through networking, education, communication and collaboration. DFI promotes the advancement of the deep foundations industry through technicalcommittees, educational programs, seminars, webinars, workshops and conferences, publication of guides and specifications, a peer-reviewed journal, a flagship magazine, research,government relations and outreach.HistoryDFI has a rich history of 45 plus years. DFII was formed in2013 following the success of the “Deep Foundation Technologies for Infrastructure Development in India” Conferenceheld in Chennai, India, in 2012. DFII established its full-timeoffice in December 2017.MembershipDFI has more than 4,000 involved, knowledgeable andcommitted members making an impact in the deepfoundations industry worldwide. The diverse membershipencompasses all disciplines of the foundation industry andperforms the various specialties that comprise deep foundations. The Regional Chapter provides joint membership in DFIand DFII and the added benefit of a local DFI presence.DEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/17 ‘BHASKARA’, 19 USHA STREET, Dr SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, email@example.com l www.dfi-india.org
2What we doOur Vision, Purpose, MissionIndia has set its sights on becoming a 5 trillion economy by year 2024. As a first step inthis direction, Government of India appointed task force which firmed up plans for investingINR 111 lakh crores in infrastructure projects over next five year period. This developmentaugurs well for future prospects of the Indian construction industry.There is a phenomenal scope for advancing foundation construction practices in India toreach the global best level on technology and skill development fronts, by deploying modernequipment and good work practices. These advancements will mitigate severe time/costoverruns in the implementation of major infrastructure projects on account of recurringgeotechnical and foundation issues in Indian scenario. Improvements will add hugefinancial savings to the government/owners/contractors and others on major infrastructureprojects.DFII’s mission is to support the Indian foundation industry on a continuous and sustainedbasis in measured and measurable steps, to become very professional and to embrace newtechnologies for faster development of India. The chapter looks to provide a platform forcontinuous interaction to stakeholders of the Indian foundation industry including thoseinternational agencies who have India focus.Conferences, workshops, seminars, and webinars are conducted regularly, by involving bestexpertise from the global level. for propagating good practices in Indian geo foundationindustry by presenting interesting case studies. Interesting case studies and paneldiscussion are presented to raise technical awareness and propel the state-of-practice infoundation design, construction, testing, contracting methods, and risk sharing in the Indiafoundation industryDEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, firstname.lastname@example.org l www.dfi-india.org
3Current InitiativesCFA Pile Technology Implementation ProjectDFI of India, as a trial project, installed six numbers ofContinuous Flight Auger (CFA) piles and tested forvertical compression, tension and lateral capacitiesReports on design and construction, installation, andload testing are available for sharing with the industryplanning to adopt this technology.The trials were successful and a guideline manual isbeing finalized for the benefit of the Indian FoundationIndustry. It is expected that the speed of foundationconstruction may be increased to four fold using thistechnology.(visit http://www.dfi.org/commhome.asp?ICFA)DFI-CMRL (Chennai Metro Rail Ltd) InternationalGeo-Engineering Working GroupDFI and CMRL have established a collaborative working group of global experts whowill facilitate formulation and implementation of guidelines covering planning, design,contractual issues, equipment management, and construction testing aspects ofphase 2 of the project. This will mitigate time and cost overrun risks on account ofgeotechnical and foundation issues greatly which is common challenge in most of themetro rail projects.In 2018, a five-year MoU was signed between CMRL and DFII aimed at aligning thegoals of both organizations as they pertain to metro rail projects and specifically tothe geotechnical, soil condition and deep foundation scope of those projects.Together, CMRL and DFII will educate theindustry on best practices and encourage anongoing dialogue on critical issues thatpromote safety, quality and sustainability ofmetro projects. The success of this collaboration can be replicated in other metro ia.asp?alliances )DEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, email@example.com l www.dfi-india.org
4Current InitiativesDFII Committee for Geo-technical Characterizationfor Foundation (DCGCF)Improvements to the geotechnical investigation practicesin India will advance the implementation of large sizeinfrastructure projects and deployment of modernfoundation technologies.DFII is developing and implementing National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) approved skill trainingprograms relevant to geo-technical investigation for labtechnicians, and field supervisors. The committee is alsoworking on other programs for enhancing geotechnicalpractices in projects by involving stakeholders.An MoU has been signed with National Academy ofConstruction (NAC), Hyderabad to implement relevanttraining programs jointly with DFII.(visit http://www.dfi.org/commhome.asp?IGCF)Women in Deep Foundation (WiDF) Committee &Students Outreach ProgramThe goal of this program is to encourage and empowerwomen practitioners to take on key roles in the deepfoundations, civil engineering and construction industry.Various programs are planned for engaging students withindustry leaders to prepare them to be successful futureleaders in the geotechnical foundation constructionindustry.Separate Committees are formed for both of theseinitiatives for a wider and impactful reach.(Visit: http://www.dfi.org/groups.asp?isi )DEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, firstname.lastname@example.org l www.dfi-india.org
5How we workOur OrganizationDr. K S Rama Krishna, a veteran of construction Industry and also Trustee, DFI USA,holds the Chair of DFII supported by Mr. I V Anirudhan, Vice – Chair. DFI US leadership provides handholding to DFII team in all its activities including securing globalexpertise. The DFII robust executive committee comprising experts in differentdomains and drawn from major owner, contractor, consultant, academic & geotechnical organizations, equipment manufacturers provides strategical directionand other support for the success of organization.DFII full-time office staff implements DFII leadership-approved programs under thestewardship of Director of Operations and DFII Board member Mr. G Venkata PrasadWe have the honor of Dr K S Rama Krishna, being selected forDistinguished Services Award by DFI USA for the year 2020.Dr. K S Rama Krishna(To know more visit rative ApproachDFII regularly interacts and collaborates with experts/professionals from major organizations in Indiaand abroad in implementation of its various initiatives. There are currently more than 50 professionals,representing more than 30 Indian and international organizations, involved in different DFII initiatives.DFII cooperates with other similar organizations like Indian Geotechnical Society, and premiumeducational institutes like IITs, NITs to conduct its various programs.Alliances DFII has signed a 5-year MOU with Chennai Metro Rail Limited to implement good work practices,skill programs in their second phase project DFII has signed a 5-year MOU with National Academy of Construction (NAC), Hyderabad (whichworks under the guidance of National Skill Development Council) for jointly implementing skilldevelopment programs related to geotechnical investigation. We are working towards for a viable skill development programme for rig operators and indiscussions with Infrastructure Equipment Skill Council ( joint initiative of CII, ICEMA & NSDC) to putjoint efforts to achieve this goal(To know more visit P FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, email@example.com l www.dfi-india.org
6How we workConferences and WorkshopsDFII holds its annual conference in November each year, partnering with IITs and governmentalagencies. Since 2011, DFII has conducted numerous seminars, workshops and conferencesthroughout India to share information on new developments and international case studiespertaining to the deep foundations industry. In addition, DFII’s initiated joint educational events withvarious academic institutes are in pipeline covering different geotechnical/foundation-related topicsto groom future IIESTShibpurIITGandhinagarVirtualDEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, firstname.lastname@example.org l www.dfi-india.org2021DFI India10th AnniversaryConference,IIT Madras
7OrganizationDFI IndiaBoardDFII Executive CommitteeDr K. S. Rama Krishna, Director, Chairman, DFI India Dr K. S. Rama Krishna, Director, Chairman, DFI IndiaMr Anirudhan I. V., Director, Vice Chair, DFI IndiaMr Anirudhan I. V., Director, Vice Chair, DFI IndiaMr Arvind Shrivastava, NPCIL MumbaiMr G Venkata Prasad, Director OperationsProf Sivakumar Babu, IISc Bangalore, President-IGSProf Shailesh Gandhi, SVNIT SuratProf Boominathan, IIT MadrasMr Satyajit Vaidya, P.E., Langan EngineeringDr Sunil S Basarkar, AfconsMrs Srilakshmi Nagarajan, Giken AmericaMr Harikrishna, Keller IndiaDr. Conrad Felice P.E., P.Eng., D.GE, C W Felice LLC Dr Kumar Pitchumani, AECOMMr Kondapalli Bairagi, L&T ConstructionDr Sastry Putcha, Smart StructuresMr Mohan Ramanathan, ACT ChennaiGianfranco DiCicco, Bauer FoundationsMr Sanjoy Chakraborty, SoilmecJim Morrison, P.E., CowiMr Ravikiran Vaidya, GeodynamicsMr V K Panwar, EIL New DelhiProf Amit Prashant, IIT GandhinagarMrs Theresa Engler, Executive DirectorMr Bikshapathi Kondai, NACMrs Mary Ellen Large, P.E., D.GE,Mr B Srinivas, CMRLDirector of Technical ActivitiesSupport CommitteeDFI USADFII Office TeamWe are working with a dedicated 3-member professionallyqualified office team committed for the DFII Mission. Wehave plans to expand this team for playing bigger role forthe benefit of Indian geo foundation industry.Mr. Mohamed Athif MMr. T S MahendranManager - OperationsE: email@example.comManager - Accounts & AdministrationE: firstname.lastname@example.orgMr. Pranav JhaAssistant Manager - OperationsE: email@example.comDEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, firstname.lastname@example.org l www.dfi-india.org
8For more details contactDeep Foundations Institute of IndiaNon-profit company registered under Ministry of Company Affairs,Government of India (Regn. No: U91900TN2013NPL091176)44/17 ‘BHASKARA’, 19 Usha Street, Dr. Seethapathy NagarVelachery, Chennai, TN, IndiaEmail: email@example.com, www.dfi-india.orgDEEP FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTE OF INDIA44/19 USHA STREET, DR SEETHAPATHY NAGARVELACHERY, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, firstname.lastname@example.org l www.dfi-india.org
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