As metropolitan cities get overcrowded, skyscrapers are the future. The Skyscrapers & Prefab India Summit will be the perfect platform to shape the future of skyscrapers in India.
Online PR News – 21-May-2014 – Mumbai, India – As metropolitan cities get overcrowded, skyscrapers are the future. Mumbai, the commercial hub of India grows rapidly in population from every strata, attracting more investments in the construction of tall buildings and skyscapers. Real estate development, have shown marked progress in smaller cities and towns owing to availability of banks loans, higher earnings and improved standard of living. The current Indian market offers some of the most competitive rates in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a report by property services firm DTZ.
The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has reviewed 2013 as the second most successful year on record for skyscraper construction, up 318 percent since 2000. Asia currently holds 45 percent of the tallest buildings across the globe, with 37 skyscrapers over 200 meters spread across 22 different cities. As the Indian economy shifts towards services located in urban areas and a growing middle class, with an anticipated 40% of the country’s population inhabiting cities by 2020, it is essential to have an integrated and synergistic approach to sustainable construction like prefab.
The Skyscrapers & Prefab India Summit will host real estate participants across the globe for exploring the future potential of skyscrapers & prefabricated buildings in India. The triad of technology, structural innovation and design, safety and compliance form the foundation of this summit. Taking place on 24-25 July 2014 in Mumbai, India, this summit will feature knowledge-sharing sessions, networking opportunities and showcase an exhibition from exponent solution providers in the industry.
The two days summit will be showcasing eminent industry faces such as Lalit Kumar Jain, CMD of Kumar Builders and Chairman of CREDAI; Raj Pillai, Executive Director of Sobha Developers Ltd., Dr. Ken Yeang, Principal of T. R. Hamzah & Yeang, Pradip D.Bangaali, COO & Head Projects of HBS Realtors Pvt.Ltd., Mr. Vasudevan Suresh, Director of HIRCO, National Building Code, Qutub Mandviwala, Owner of Mandviwala Qutub & Associates.
Insights on topics of prime importance such as requisites of urban planning for skyscrapers, impact of globalization on real estate industry, fire and safety devices guide for skyscrapers, understanding the seismology and high winds affecting skyscrapers, introducing BIM in skyscrapers, prefab and the Indian real estate market, and many more.