Our goal is to meet and exceed your expectations
"To transform the way the buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life."
LEED: Leadership in energy and environmental design
Building orientation for maximum sunlight and natural ventilation.
Efficient use of potable water and recycling of grey water, rain water harvesting.
Using photo voltaic panels to reduce the usage of grid generated electricity.
Reduce, recycle, reuse materials to avoid usage of virgin materials.
Using efficient lighting like CFL and LED.
"Energy Efficiency in High Rise Building" Energy efficient building systems, such as building envelope, lighting, HVAC, water heating and electric power distribution, within the building facilities while enhancing thermal and visual comfort and productivity of the occupants.
Application of latest dedicated control systems like occupancy sensors, timers / light sensor, servo stabilizers,micro controllers, VFDs and building management system for lightings and HVAC loads in buildings to ensure the optimum energy consumption.
Application of chill water system, thermo bank systems and VRF system. Usage of new energy efficient elevators in high rise buildings.
Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) sets the minimum energy performance standards for buildings. ECBC for commercial buildings are widely considered to be cost-effective as government based regulatory programs that can potentially help to capture substantial energy savings. It is emphasized that the new buildings be designed and built with energy efficient considerations incorporated right from the initial stages. There is vast scope for energy efficiency improvement in high rise buildings and existing facilities. Energy saving potential to the extent of 40% in end use such as lighting, cooling, ventilation, refrigeration and lifts.