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Real Surat Development Seminar 2011 (RSDS-11); Ketan Kapadia, MD, Panora Infrastructure Project Management

Real Surat Development Seminar 2011 (RSDS-11); Ketan Kapadia, MD, Panora Infrastructure Project Management

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    • PANORA infrastructure
    • PANORA infrastructure project management engineering quantity survey
    • Building Project Leadership Project Management and Implementation
    • About Panora
    • About Panoraorganisational structure
    • About Panoraa brief profile¡ Panora Infrastructure was established in December 1995, having derived its existence from the Architectural Group of K. G. Kapadia PANORA consortium & Company which was founded in 1965 in Mumbai¡ Provides services in Project Management, Quantity Survey (QS) and Engineering.¡ With offices located in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and London, Panora PANORA infrastructure employs a dedicated group of more than 80 professionals; with Senior project management Management having been with the firm for more than 10 years¡ Worked with numerous architects and engineers of international repute including DP Architects, Palmer & Turner, WSP (UK), etc. ARKK BOX India consulting¡ Successfully executed over 150 projects with a built-up area of about MEP consultants 15 million sq.ft. across India, USA, Cameroon, UK, Dubai PANORA BOX Associates, UK¡ Arkk Consulting, a partnership for Utilities and MEP Design Engineering was setup in 2007¡ Box – India, a project based strategic partnership was setup in 2009 for QS and Cost Management Services with Box Associates, UK with a focus on Hotels and Hospitality sector.
    • About Panorakey personnel Ketan Kapadia Panora Infrastructure - Managing Director / Arkk Consulting – Partner B.E. (Civil), Mumbai University M. Engg (Structures), Cornell University, USA MBA (Finance & Operations), University of Pittsburgh, USA Over 15 years experience in Design Engineering and Project Management in India and abroad. Skills include Execution Planning, Contract Negotiations and Contract Structuring. Has significant Experience in various aspects of managing complex projects. Rajendra N Joshi Panora Infrastructure - Executive Director / Arkk Consulting - Partner B.E. (Mechanical), Mumbai University A MEP Specialist with over 20 years of experience in Design Engineering and Project Management in India and abroad. As Design Engineering Head (West Zone) at VOLTAS for 14 years, worked on numerous complex projects for hotels, hospitals and public projects. Worked as General Manager (Projects) in South Africa and implemented 4 major hospital projects. Currently working on Taj Gateway at Vashi, Bhandup, Hyderabad, Pan Card Hotel Kolkatta, Chariot Hotels Puri, Deoras Jodhpur. Primarily responsible for the managing the Utilities Design Coordination and related QA / QC issues.
    • Significant Projects
    • Commercialsignificant projects Kotak Mahindra Bank 500,000 Office Interiors Enam Finance, BKC 200,000 Construction and Office Interiors BNP Paribas, Goregaon 87,000 Office Interiors Ichibaan Honda, BKC 200,000 Construction & Common Area Interiors Leo Burnett, Parel 35,000 Construction and interiors Nicholas Piramal, Parel 150,000 Office interiors at Peninsula Linkway Honda Powai 100,000 Construction and Interiors Workshop Indian Card Clothing 100,000 Construction & Common area Interiors KMC, Hyderabad 150,000 Construction and Interiors Fort House, Mumbai 150,000 Construction & Common Area Interiors All areas in square feet
    • Commercialsignificant projectsGrand Palladium Kotak Mahindra Bank HeadquartersKalina, Mumbai Dindoshi, Goregaon, Mumbai Offices and Mission Critical Data CentreCommercial Offices Total BUA 500,000 sq.ft. (62,000 sq.ft. x 8 levels)Total BUA 200,000 sft Duration 2008 - 09Duration 2007 - 2009Consultants WSP (UK)
    • Retailsignificant projects Crossroads at Tardeo 250,000 SOBO Central at Tardeo 250,000 CR2 Mall at Nariman Point 150,000 Elpro Mall at Chinchawad, Pune 725,000 Piramyd 60,000 (7 locations across India) Shoppers Stop Pune, Aurangabad, Chennai, Mysore, Ghatkopar Blue Foods + Pan Foods 10 locations across India D Mart Kalyan, Virar, Pune (Aundh) KMC Retail Hyderabad 100,000 McDonalds Multiple Locations All areas in square feet
    • Retailsignificant projectsCrossroads CR2Haji Ali, Mumbai Nariman Point, MumbaiShopping Mall Shopping Mall, Multiplex, Car ParkTotal BUA 250,000 sq.ft. Total BUA 250,000 sq.ft.Duration 1996 - 1999 Duration 2001 - 2004Renovated in 2009 as SOBO Central
    • Residentialsignificant projects Balkrishna Tires Ltd. BKT Bhuj BKT (Siyaram Group) 400,000 Prakash Mirror Residential + Rehab, Tardeo Anchor Group 700,000 Luxury Residential Ravi, Breach Candy Anchor Group 200,000 Sagardeep Residential, Walkeshwar Anchor Group 200,000 Luxury Residential Tower + Rehab, Worli Saumya Buildcon 700,000 MIG Residential Tower, Parel Rohan Lifescapes 80,000 Rehab Building, Bhuleshwar Rohan Lifescapes 80,000 9A Luxury Residential Tower, Breach Candy Khemchand Kothari 200,000 Vasant Vilas - Single User Residence Kishore Dalal 20,000 Single User Residence at Laburnam Road Jaydev Mody 25,000 All areas in square feet
    • Residentialsignificant projectsLuxury Residential Tower Vasant VilasWorli, Mumbai Babulnath, Mumbai250m high. Rehab tower + school Single User ResidenceTotal BUA 700,000 sq.ft. Total BUA 20,000 sq.ft.Duration 2008 - 2014 (scheduled)
    • Industrialsignificant projects Cinpharm at Douala, Cameroun Large vol. Parenterals, Betalactum, Gen. Form. ZYG Pharma, Pithampur, Indore Steroidal / Non St. Ointments, Lotions, Cream Omni-actives, Hinjewadi Nutraceuticals Red River Pharma LLC, Louisiana, USA General Formulations ADF Foods Ltd., Nadiad Frozen Foods Factory Balkrishna Tires Ltd., Dombivali Tyre Moulding Unit Cable Corporation of India, Nashik Cable Manufacturing unit Siyaram Ltd., Tarapur Textile Manufacturing Unit Siyaram Ltd., Daman Textile Manufacturing Unit Warehouse Complex, Bhandup Steel Suppliers Ltd.
    • Industrialsignificant projectsAutohangar Mercedes Cable Corporation of IndiaMumbai, Nagpur Sinnar, NashikState-of-th-art automotive showroom, workshop Cable Manufacturing UnitTotal BUA 5,000 - 130,000 sq.ft.
    • Hospitalitysignificant projectsTaj Gateway ThunderbirdKolhapur Daman, Gujarat4 star hotel with 120 keys 5-star hotel and Casino with 180 keysTotal BUA 200,000 sq.ft. Total BUA 360,000 sq.ft.Duration 24 months Duration 12 months
    • Project Management
    • Project Managementan overview of the role of a PMC Design Development Handover to 1 and Tendering 2 Construction Stage 3 Operations Architecture, Engineering Release of Construction Prepare and complete Snag List Design and Budgetary Studies Documents Collate all As Built Drawings and Coordination Meeting with the Mobilization of Contractors and Handover Documents Design Team and Decisions with establish Site Management Clients Processes Final Bills and No Claims Certificates from Contractors Structuring of contracts and Construction Management Finalize Specifications Procedures Hand over various aspects of the project to operations team Pre-qualification of Tenderers Cost & Quality control Procedures Tendering Process Pre-tender Meetings Bill Checking, Certification and Float Tender Contract Management Negotiations and Award
    • Case Study 01 shuttering systems aluminum v/s conventional
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Advantages of Aluminum Formwork for the super structure of the tower Faster Speed of Construction Reduces internal brickwork and plastering Superior Quality of in-situ casting of structure and transverse walls in a continuous operation Increased Carpet area by 2-3% by avoiding internal plastering Limitations of Aluminum Formwork The system does not allow for modifications to the structure and floor layouts High initial capital cost. Employing the aluminum formwork for greater number of repetitions helps distribute the investment and reduces the effective cost of the build.
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Feasibility of Aluminum Shuttering an Analytical Comparison 2 residential projects analysed to ascertain the viability of Aluminum Shuttering Project A 9 Towers, 20 storeys each + 2 level Podium Project B 4 Towers, 46 storeys each + 3 level Podium
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Project A 9 Towers, 20 storeys each + 2 level Podium Scenario 1 Build using Aluminum Shuttering C D E F G B A CLUB I H Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 The build is proposed in 3 phases, using 3 Sets of Aluminum Shuttering after calculating the viability of the repetitions. This programme might prove to be inflexible.
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Project A 9 Towers, 20 storeys each + 2 level Podium Scenario 2 Build using Conventional Shuttering C D E F G B A CLUB I H Phase 1 Phase 2 Using Conventional Shuttering the towers could be built in 2 phases making this programme more flexible. Completion of the RCC casting earlier allows for finishing each tower earlier
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Task Aluminum Shuttering Conventional Shuttering Design Coordination and Tendering 3 months 3 months Construction 37 months 33 months Handover 2 months 2 months Total Completion Time 42 months 38 months (-4 months) Flexibility for modifications in Design Relatively Inflexible Relatively Flexible Finish of RCC surface Relatively Superior Ply shuttering required External Plaster Not Required Required Internal Plaster Not Required Required Brickwork Comparatively Reduced Required NOTE: Though individual building time-frame using aluminum shuttering may be lower, the overall project time-frame could be lower in case of conventional shuttering due to the flexible phasing programme.
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Phase 4 Podium B Project B 4 Towers, 46 storeys each + 3 level Podium Phase 3 D Podium A C Phase 2 B A Phase 1
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction Floor Rise Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 terrace totalSlab Aluminium 22 15 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 500Cycle FormworkTime Conventional 35 20 15 15 15 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15(days) 15 682 Formwork Aluminum Shuttering Average Cycle time per slab is 10 days. The first slab requires 20-25 days for the initial assembly. Total time for RCC is 500 days Conventional Shuttering Average Cycle time per slab is 14 days. The first slab requires 30-35 days for the initial assembly. Total time for RCC is 682 day Would require almost 6 months more
    • Aluminum Formworkthe future of construction CONCLUSION Project B is very well suited for using Aluminum Shuttering based on the Phasing program as required by the Clients and the overall financial viability of the System. For Project A the conventional shuttering system is more suited due to its additional flexibility which allows for the project to get completed 4 months earlier as compared to Aluminum Shuttering.
    • Case Study 02 building with structural steel
    • Grand Palladiumbuilding with structural steel Commercial Offices for GMS Construction Kalina, BKC, Mumbai Architect Kamal Malik Engineers WSP, UK Total BUA 200,000 sq.ft. Duration 2007 - 2009 LEEDS applied for Gold Rating
    • Grand Palladium building with structural steelA unique project designed byArchitect Kamal Malik andengineered by WSP, UK uses HighYield Strength Structural Steelfrom CORUS for the main membersand the skin truss supporting thecantilevered slabs at all levels. Thefaçade is clad with KALZIP.Major challenges at GMS includedmanaging the Design Process whichwas extremely complex, planninglogistics of building with steelwithin a busy urban area in theshortest possible time.2200 MT of High Yieldstrength Structural Steelwas used.Material supplied primarily byCORUS and JSW.
    • Grand Palladiumbuilding with structural steel Advantages of Structural Steel in Architecture Maintains its strength indefinitely- does not deteriorate with age like timber and concrete, provided its surface is protected from corrosion. Very strong and flexible. The best material for bridges and skyscrapers. Can be recycled. Structures can be prefabricated in large sections, and lifted into place with cranes and bolted together- buildings can be erected quickly. Versatile- Radical architecture is possible using steel. Drawbacks of Structural Steel in Architecture Heavy and thus expensive to transport, susceptible to corrosion. Has a high expansion rate in changing temperatures, and this must be allowed for in the engineering. In conditions of repeated stress and changing temperatures, can suffer fatigue and cracks, and more corrosion. Energy intensive to produce.
    • Grand Palladiumbuild sequence planningTypical Build Planning sheet F a b ric a tio n T a rg e t D a te E re c tio n S ta tu sSR LATE S T Tonnage T a rg e t F o r D R G N O. T IT L E Q ty F o r R e c e ip t A tNO REV (K g .) S ta tu s E re c tio n (R 2 ) R e c e ip t S c h e d u le d S ite . E re c te d O n . (R e c e iv e d ) D a te . F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f1 S T E -1 4 B 1 1 2 0 1 3 0 .3 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 2 -O c t-0 8 2 7 -O c t-0 8 1 4 -O c t-0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f2 S T E -1 4 B 1 1 5 0 1 8 0 .2 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 2 -O c t-0 8 2 7 -O c t-0 8 1 4 -O c t-0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f3 S T E -1 4 B 1 1 6 0 1 3 3 .0 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 2 -O c t-0 8 2 7 -O c t-0 8 Beam1 S T E -1 4 B 1 3 R e c e iv e d . 1 2 -S e p -0 8 F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f2 S T E -1 4 B 5 R e c e iv e d . 1 5 -S e p -0 8 2 0 -S e p -0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f3 S T E -1 4 B 8 2 0 1 8 1 .5 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 1 2 -S e p -0 8 1 7 -S e p -0 8 1 6 -S e p -0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f4 S T E -1 4 B 8 3 0 1 7 7 .1 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 6 -S e p -0 8 1 -O c t-0 8 1 1 -O c t-0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f5 S T E -1 4 B 9 0 0 1 5 5 .4 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 6 -S e p -0 8 1 -O c t-0 8 Beam F a b ric a tio n d e ta il o f6 S T E -1 4 B 9 1 0 1 8 3 .7 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 7 -S e p -0 8 1 2 -S e p -0 8 Beam7 S T E -1 4 C 1 2 -2 R e c e iv e d . 2 5 -O c t-0 8 3 0 -O c t-0 8 F a b ric a tio n d e ta il of8 S T E -1 4 F R 1 1 1 1 5 5 0 .0 0 ------ R e c e iv e d 2 9 -S e p -0 8 F ra m e (2 S hts ) F a b ric a tio n d e ta il of9 S T E -1 4 F R 1 4 0 1 6 6 .2 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 6 -S e p -0 8 1 -O c t-0 8 1 1 -O c t-0 8 F ra m e F a b ric a tio n d e ta il of10 S T E -1 4 F R 1 8 0 1 9 7 .3 0 ------ R e c e iv e d . 2 6 -S e p -0 8 1 -O c t-0 8 1 1 -O c t-0 8 F ra m e F a b ric a tio n d e ta il of11 S T E -1 5 B 4 1 0 1 4 3 4 .1 ------ R e c e iv e d . 1 0 -O c t-0 8 Beam
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    • Grand Palladiumbuilding with structural steel
    • Thank YouContactKetan Kapadia ketank@panora-india.com M +91-9820029010mumbai4 sumer kendra, pandurang budhkar marg, worli, mumbai 400018 indiat +91-22-40250100 / 24961071-2 f +91-22-24960489www.panora-india.commumbai pune hyderabad london