Despite the infrastructure 'boom', the industry has failed to adhere to the momentum expected from it in terms of project execution. Janaki Krishnamoorthi delves into the reasons behind this and discovers that corruption, lack of transparency and rigidity must be eradicated for India to live up to its potential.
While the Indian construction sector has moved from the bullock cart to the bullet train era, skilled workers remain an elusive commodity, writes Niranjan Hiranandani. As construction and other infrastructure building activities in the country flourish, there is a growing need to mobilise and train
It has changed the face of suburbia, forever. A pioneer of integrated townships in India, the Hiranandani Group, under the stewardship of Managing Director Niranjan Hiranandani has also marked its presence in education, healthcare, hospitality, entertainment, retail and BPOs.
Greening, environment and ecology are society centric issues that need to be addressed immediately.Recent developments in the real-estate industry in India have changed the concept of green being just a colour. In our own project in Powai, we started developing 250 acre with only 20 trees; today, we have 4 lakh fully grown trees that are over 40 ft tall.
They call him 'builder extraordinaire' and the man responsible for changing the skyline of Mumbai. Son of an eminent ENT Surgeon and Padma Bhushan recipient Dr LH Hiranandani, Niranjan Hiranandani, Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Hiranandani Group of Companies, is known for his leadership, brilliance and untiring zest for excellence.
Hiranandani Group has built world-class townships and introduced integrated lifestyles, emerging as a symbol of premium quality, status and value. Since inception in 1978, the company has honed its excellence in every chosen business activity.
My success mantra is commitment, performance and trust, and we have been successful in creating trust among all stakeholders.¨ Niranjan Hiranandani, Managing Director Wherever there are people, there is an opportunity to serve.
Created a decade ago to salute the visionary architects and builders who traverse the lines of possibility and render form and function to the structures we inhabit, the CW Architect & Builder Awards (CWAB)
NIRANJAN HIRANANDANI argues that the new development plan for Mumbai should be a vision document with a holistic view. According to the Maharashtra Region and Town Planning Act, every municipal corporation must prepare a development plan (DP)