Unless forewarned first time visitors to the city of Jamshedpur, modern India’s first planned city, do expect to see the wide-open landscaped spaces, parks and gardens, tree-lined avenues, that envelope a 10 million tonne steel plant. This balance between the environment, urban space and bustling industrial enterprises has responsibly been managed by JUSCO since the inception of the steel city in the early part of the 20th century.
Jamshedpur Utilities and Services Company Limited (JUSCO), spawned from the erstwhile Town Services Division of Tata Steel in 2004, has ensured that challenges posed by the surge in urban growth, aspiration for a world-class city with the best quality of life in India have progressively been met. The Company consistently focuses on managing civic amenities and resources efficiently and responsibly so as to make them available and affordable for the last mile consumer.
To unlock the urban productivity dividend JUSCO focuses on enhancing the quality of life of the residents of the steel city through sustained capital investments and public-private partnerships for infrastructure development. Jamshedpur today has among the highest per capita incomes in the country and is rated among the best cities to live in by its residents.