Indian Coast Guard accommodation complex inaugurated at Mangaluru

5:36 PM, Wednesday, August 17th, 2022

Indian-Coast-GuardMangaluru : The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) in its commitment to provide accommodation for all its personnel, inaugurated Type V CG married and in-living accommodation for its Officers’ in the city virtually on Wednesday.

The accommodation complex at Bajpe and Panambur respectively were virtually inaugurated by the Commander, Coast Guard Region (West) Inspector General S Paramesh.

Family accommodation along with allied facilities for a total of 32 CG officers and six in-living Officers’ accommodation has been completed and handed over as part of the projects. These accommodations for families and single service personnel are tailored to be cost-efficient.

ICG at Mangalore has accorded top priority to ensure timely completion of both the infra projects despite labour-availability related challenges due to Covid-19 lockdowns in the last two years and the In-living Officers’ accommodation is likely to compensate the requirement of deficient In-living Officers’ accommodation to a significant extent.

Workmanship and project monitoring were done by the Military Engineering Services and Central Public Work Department. ICG is undertaking infrastructure development at Bajpe, to strengthen its operational reach and enhance the coastal security along the coast of Karnataka.

The major ongoing projects at Bajpe, include administrative, technical, and living accommodation for the Coast Guard Air Enclave and married accommodation for DSC personnel. The same will also contribute towards undertaking CG Charter inter alia Search and Rescue (SAR), pollution response and so on.

The new Type V CG married accommodation, and Regarding living Officers’ accommodation are state-of-the-art and energy efficient, with comprehensive security management measures. The buildings utilise resource-efficient green technology and promote environment-friendly practices.

Mangalore is being developed as a major station where the Coast Guard Academy of global standards is also being planned, said DIG S B Venkatesh, commander, Coast Guard, Karnataka stated.

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