The Covid-19 infection has created shockwaves around the globe. Countries worldwide have instated precautions to the best of their capabilities, from spreading awareness, to fostering measures that can be adopted by their citizens to protect themselves from contracting the infection.
It is imperative that everyone do their part in safeguarding themselves, as at a time like this, every small step matters. The responsibility of real estate developers becomes equally important, whereby they must provide the utmost care and safety of those residing at their projects. One such developer taking major strides in defending their residents from this virus is Central Park.
The real-estate player is renowned to always walk the extra mile when it comes to safety & security at their projects, and for adopting environment-friendly initiatives for a healthier ambience and lifestyle to foster the wellbeing of their residents and employees on top priority. Central Park’s purpose is to care for their people so that they can be their best. With 80% (approx. 20 acres) of Central Park Resorts being green area, coupled with zero-vehicular movement on ground level – both air and noise pollution are reduced. The developer has also pioneered as the first in India to install anti-smog cannons at the top of each tower at the resort to combat the deteriorating air quality. This dust suppression system uses high-pressure water fogging with turbo airflow, which further creates very fine water droplets (10-30 microns in size). As a result, these tiny droplets absorb even the smallest dust particles in the air to improve the overall air quality and reduce the pollution in the atmosphere by approx. 80% for a certain period of time, depending upon other factors involved such as wind velocity, etc. In order to fight the Coronavirus, these anti-smog cannons are now also used to spray chemical across the entire condominium for sanitisation.
One of the initiatives taken by Central Park to assist in any unfortunate incidences pertaining to the virus includesthe recent association between Central Park and Artemis Hospitals. A newly launched medical room has been instated in the basement, with a doctor from the Hospital available throughout the day, as well as a male-nurse on-call 24/7. Other such efforts include the Hospitality Team monitoring and keeping a careful watch on the latest updates about the virus, hand sanitizers being placed on the handle-bars inside each lift, each security-guard post, at the main entrances, and at the concierge of each tower. It is ensured that hands of the manual staff are sanitized by the security personnel throughout the day and the biometric machines are also sanitized after every half an hour. Alongside this, all housekeeping, maintenance, security and engineering teams wear masks due to their extensive interaction with residents. In order to promote awareness, an Advisory Notice was circulated to all residents, as well as notice boards and all lifts being equipped with posters constituting protective measures that can be adopted, besides informative videos (by UNICEF) being played on all TVs in the entry lobbies in the basement.
Central Park understands that the coronavirus, now coined as a pandemic, iscausing heightened levels of stress and fear. During these dire times, it is their duty as a responsible developer to do their part in contributing to the greater good and take as much precaution as possible, in order to instil confidence in the residents, partners & employees and to make extensive efforts in making their questions and worries feel heard, with appropriate measures put into place.
Central Park cares!