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Sustainable Infrastructure

With our in-house team of experts, we are equipped to build sustainable office spaces, educational institutions, homes, and infrastructure.


How We Do It

Sustainable infrastructure  is designed with in-depth technical knowledge and awareness of the context and ecosystem of the space.

Our Work

28 COVID-19 Temporary Hospitals (Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra in India)

Since 2020, Sustain Labs has been leading a coalition of partners who are a mix of Sustain Labs' clients and associates to raise funds, partner with local governments, manufacture or procure the setup and establish COVID care facilities and hospitals in India. To date, the coalition has established 28 such facilities across 6 states. 


Here is a snapshot of the Indian states where we have been successful in setting up COVID care facilities. 

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Sustain Labs established and leads a coalition of partners that has built 28 temporary hospitals for COVID-19 patients across 6 states in India. These hospitals are built at an affordable cost of INR 6000 per bed, which is the least in the market and makes it easier to scale up. All furniture is made from cardboard which is a biodegradable material, designed and manufactured at Anant National University.

COVID-19 hospitals

How to assemble a cardboard bed- an example from a COVID-19 recovery center.

The COVID-19 recovery center at Government Ayurveda Institute, Thiruvanantapuram

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A COVID-19 recovery facility set up with cardboard beds inside St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

The COVID-19 recovery center at
The Jehan, Delhi

An Example Of A Self-sustaining Building Designed By SLP

Lilaramani Limited (Mount Roskill, New Zealand)

Sustain Labs manages all aspects related to environment and resource management of 12 residential buildings belonging to Lilaramani Ltd. in the Auckland Council. In line with the National Policy Statement on Urban Development Capacity 2016, Auckland Council increased the density of dwellings in the area it governed. It was now possible to build more houses than earlier in specific plots of land.

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