If you are on a visit to Jamshedpur, Centre for Excellence (CFE) located in the heart of the city at the edge of Jubilee Park is a must visit. The Centre proudly houses the Tata Steel Archives which incidentally is the first archive of an Indian business house. CFE is dedicated to celebrating the legacy of our Founder - Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, who led the country in his field of industrial activity with his vision. It lets you relive the historic moments of the foundation of Tata Steel, along with anecdotes that arouse interest and curiosity. It also takes a look at the immaculate planning which lies behind Jamshedpur as an industrial city. The CFE itself is a landmark being an architectural marvel, the brainchild of Hafeez Contractor, a name that needs no introduction in the world of architecture. Even a person with moderate curiosity about architecture would be intrigued by the architectural design and would be quick to spot the middle-eastern influence in it. The building is particularly characterised by its low height construction in a very conscious effort to strike its own architectural ethos. The pyramids and pillars that characterise the architectural sophisticated grandeur of the CFE structure bear a strong significance.