Clients Speak


"We would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for the outstanding effort and commitment that has been demonstrated by our Plant Project Team including our Engineering Consultant (DCPL), ....for successful & safe no-load commissioning of Pipe Conveyor Project which will fetch substantial business gain and prevent hazards associated with dumper movement for seamless & environment friendly transportation of Coal from Haldia Dock Complex to HPL Plant."
Sundargopal Hazra
Deputy Head Plant and VP - Corporate Projects
Haldia Petrochemicals Limited

"We are extremely happy to share the appreciation with you and your Team for achieving such a complex task within schedule.
We recognise your continuous valuable advice, technical guidance for the project."
Pratap Bag
Senior Project Manager
Haldia Petrochemicals Limited

Special thanks was extended by Mr. K V N Chakradhar Babu, Managing Director, APGENCO to DCPL as the engineering consultant on completion of 72 hours of continuous operation and Declaration of Commercial Operation of the Stage-V, 800MW Unit at Dr. Narla Tatarao Thermal Power Station (NTTPS), Vijayawada Plant on 20.12.23. DCPL's Site Supervision and Commissioning team was also praised for their excellent job.

"The new plant was commissioned in March 2020 and it is now fully operational giving commercial production at rated capacities. DCPL have assisted and advised us throughout the execution of the Project. Our engineers have enjoyed working with DCPL engineers as a complete team. We are pleased to confirm that DCPL have fulfilled their contractual obligations to full satisfaction of TANCEM. We wish them all success in their future assignments."
Dr. M. Aarthi
Managing Director
Tamil Nadu Cements Corporation Limited

"We are pleased to state that we have found the performance of M/s. Development Consultants Private Limited is highly satisfactory as our consultant and recommend them for similar projects."
Prof. Samir Ranjan Sikdar
Sr. Prof. & In-Charge Registrar's Office
Bose Institute

"The Plant is now fully operational giving commercial production at rated capacities. DCPL have assisted and advised us throughout the execution of the Project. Our engineers have enjoyed working with DCPL engineers as a complete team. We are pleased to confirm that DCPL have fulfilled their contractual obligations to full satisfaction of Manikgarh Cement Unit-11. We wish them all success in their future assignments."
Mr. P S Bakshi
President (Works)
Manikgarh Cement Unit II, A Div of Century Textiles and Industries Limited

"The plant has been successfully commissioned. It is our pleasure that above service has been rendered by DCPL with professional skill and dedication of DCPL has been found to be of high level and we wish them success in future."
Mazhar Beig
Vice President, Projects
Hiracud Complex, HINDALCO Industries Limited.

"We take this opportunity to thank you and your team for completing the engineering work for mechanical systems and civil/ structural works of CHP in time to meet the overall project schedule. We also appreciate the quality of engineering that has been done."
Mr. Dipankar Roy
Vice President & Head, Engineering Design & Research Centre
Metallurgical and Material Handling IC, L&T Limited.

"The full load on our 500MW unit was achieved today at 6:45am. Kindly accept our hearty congratulations and convey the same to your whole team associate directly or indirectly in achieving this."
Chief Engineer (PRG-II)
Chattisgarh State Power Generation Company Limited.

   DCPL - ISRO Collaboration
   Data from ISRO site - https://www.isro.gov.in/Launchers.html
Mobile Service Tower (MST) designed by DCPL in 1991-1992. PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) can be seen being assembled inside this 6K ton factory on rails.
MST is rolling back after PSLV is ready to launch and sits on launch pad, also designed by DCPL.
MST has rolled back to end and PSLV is ready to launch.

PSLV is lifting off.

PSLV is lifting off (another view).
GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle) MK III on launch pad, ISRO's largest rocket, which launched Chandrayaan-3.
On the Right: ST for GSLV MK III, on the Left: MST for PSLV.