The building was inaugurated on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya by ONGC CMD Sudhir Vasudeva in Dehradun. The building named green hills reflect the verdant hills of the surrounding Sivalik range.
“With the formal inauguration of its first green building, ONGC hopes it will usher in an era of undiminishing energy finds,” Vasudeva said inaugurating the building. Four more such buildings will come up at ONGC Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Hyderabad, he said.
The five-storey building in Dehradun has a total built up area of 14,600 square metre with the capacity to accommodate 620 persons. It has a system to conserve water up to 30 per cent through use of onsite sewage plant as well as low flow sanitary sittings besides rainwater harvesting.