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If we are constructing a 300 mt tall building and the colours of ACP fades in 2-3 years the objective of its utility is lost, hence selection of products for construction has to be on the basis of life span of the building”

Raman Sapru, President-EPC, Omkar Realtors

Raheja Imperia – Worli  is a Luxurious high rise project offering residents larger spaces and an impeccable lifestyle. This project offers a breathtaking view of the city, gives one the feeling of living in the clouds and evangelizes the concept of low density living.

Ashish Raheja , Managing Director, Raheja Universal Pvt Ltd.

For vertical development to be a success the government needs to bring major policy reforms and regulations need to be relooked at. Most importantly increase in the current FSI limits will help in high rises going even higher”
Manju Yagnik, Vice Chairperson, Nahar Group.

There are a few challenges faced while making a huge project or high rise buildings, addressing these challenges such as dense population around the site which narrows access for machinery and vehicular movement to edifice. There are even internal dilutions where construction hoist capacity of manpower movement resulting in delay to start work during morning and after lunch hours gradually this reduces further when material is being loaded. Due to space constraints, there is little space to install concrete pumps or to place tower cranes, even after taking the required measures of installing high pressure pump, choking is quit frequent. Work definitely slows down considering the dearth of trucks or motors that are usually used to carry the debris. Changing climate like monsoon, wind load results delay due to safety concern while lifting. Also there are certain rules which are to be followed by the existing neighbor society like controlling the noise levels of the machine which are used and work timings.
Ashok Mohanani, Chairman & MD, EKTA World

‘A Healthy rise in demand for luxury villas’

The villa concept is gaining prominence in the Indian real estate sector, especially in the city like Bangalore. One of the key reasons is that developers understand the discerning needs of the customer. Girish Puravankara, Chairman & Managing Director, LGCL in an interview with C&A Magazine talks about the villa market and its growth in metro cities

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