ULCCS has an unblemished track record of relentless commitment to quality. It is one of the most preferred organisations for development of roads, bridges and allied infrastructure.
Considering the meritorious service performance of the Society, Government of Kerala appointed ULCCS as an Accredited Agency in departments such as Finance, Local Self Government Department, Tourism, Labour and Cooperation for execution of projects without tender procedure.
The following are two examples of how ULCCS acted on the government’s behalf and successfully conceptualised, constructed and operated large institutions that would ordinarily have been operated by the Government.
The first is Sargaalaya, Kerala’s premier handicraft tourism destination. An initiative under the Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala, Sargaalaya was developed at an abandoned mining quarry in an area of 20 acres. Selected artisans and craftsmen from the country have been allotted 30 cottages and supporting facilities for craft production and a common centre was made for the display and sale of their finished products. ULCCS also focused and put in efforts in developing the village as a tourist destination by creating facilities for entertainment, sports, events, light show, boating etc. With its consistent efforts, in a short period of six years of existence, ‘Sargaalaya’ has become one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Kerala. In 2016 it won the award for best rural tourism destination from the Government of India.
The second is UL Cyberpark, the first IT SEZ Park in Malabar region, which is also the first of its kind developed by a labour contract cooperative society in the world. M/s Nikken Sekkei, Japan, one of the world’s leading architects, prepared the master plan of the campus with a total built-up area of 2.7 million sq.ft.