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KHCAA Golden Jubilee Chamber Complex

KHCAA Golden Jubilee Chamber Complex
View of the building
KHCAA Golden Jubilee Chamber Complex is located in Kochi
KHCAA Golden Jubilee Chamber Complex
General information
Architectural style Modern
Town or city Kochi
Country India
Construction started 8 November 2008
Completed 10 April 2010
Cost Rs 200 million
Client Kerala High Court Advocates Association
Design and construction
Architect Jibu & Thomas

KHCAA Golden Jubilee Chamber Complex is a Chambers building of the Kerala High Court Advocates Association in the city of Kochi in the state of Kerala, India.


It is located in Kochi on the western (sea) side of the Kerala High Court building.


The foundation stone was laid by the Chief Justice of India, K. G. Balakrishnan on November 8, 2008. Pile foundation was commenced on November 23, 2008, and 120 nos. RCC piles were completed in 45 days.
Structural Consultant Geo Structurals
Landscape Consultant Jayakumar Associates
M.E.P Consultant Tritech Corporation
Consultant Engineer S.Devidharan
Site Engineer K.K.Abdul Rahiman
Piling Contractors Geo Foundation
Electrical Contractors Shine Electricals
Fire Fighting Contractors NIFE & Fire System Pvt.Ltd
False Ceiling Contractors Royal Decors
Water Proofing Contractors Prism Enterprises
Texture Work Contractors Tee Pee Associates
Telecommunication Facility BSNL FTTH
Lift Contractors Schindlers India Pvt.Ltd


On the eastern and western sides of the building, two fins on each side (with cantilever beams and aerocon blocks in between and texture in black colour) have been provided for aesthetic beauty and structural reasons. On the southern side, a benchmark design in the form of an "A" resting on a projected beam is symbolic of an Advocate's Collar and Band.This Building is one of first fully FTTH enabled building in the State of Kerala.


  • Parking slots for 38 cars
  • A Conference Hall
  • A Bank with ATM
  • The Chamber Committee office
  • Cafeteria
  • Reference-cum-cyber library
  • 540 impendent chambers
  • Fully FTTH Enabled by BSNL
  • 3 High Speed Modern Lifts


The building is earthquake resistant. 120 piles of average depth of 43.5 M provide a stable foundation. The lift wall has been provided with double reinforcement. Large number of columns with heavy beams, cross beams and tie beams add safety to the whole structure.

External links

  • Chamber complex for advocates inaugurated
  • KHCAA jubilee complex inaugurated

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