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NAREDCO- BMTPC Conference
‘Emerging Technologies in Housing
and Building Construction’
Friday, 24 July, 2015
India Habitat...
NAREDCO in partnership with BMTPC is organizing a Conference on Emerging Technologies in
HousingandBuildingConstructionon2...
9.15 - 10.00am Registration
10.00 - 10.35am Opening Session
Welcome and Opening Remarks: Mr. Navin M Raheja, Chairman, NAR...
National Real Estate
Development Council (NAREDCO)
First Floor, 8 Community Centre,
East of Kailash, New Delhi-110 065, In...
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NAREDCO Conference on Emerging Technoogies in Housing & Building Construction

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NAREDCO Conference on Emerging Technoogies in Housing & Building Construction

  1. 1. NAREDCO- BMTPC Conference ‘Emerging Technologies in Housing and Building Construction’ Friday, 24 July, 2015 India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi NAREDCO www.naredco.inwww.bmtpc.org National Real Estate Development Council (Under the aegis of Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India) Building Materials & Technology Promotion Council (Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India)
  2. 2. NAREDCO in partnership with BMTPC is organizing a Conference on Emerging Technologies in HousingandBuildingConstructionon24July,2015atIndiaHabitatCentre,NewDelhi. BACKDROP The role of appropriate construction technologies and building materials in construction is crucial taking into account the projected increase in urban population from 31.16 percent (377 million) in 2011 to 40.70 percent (590 million) in the year 2030. The addition of 213 million people in urban India within a span of 20 years calls for massive construction. Research reveals potential need to build 4 billion sq.ft. of residential space per annum and an additional 4.7 billion sq ft of commercial,institutional, industrialand retailspace. The timing of the Conference has a special significance because the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India has launched the mission ‘Housing for All (Urban)’ on 25 June 2015 aimed at construction of an estimated 2 crore dwelling units in urban areas. A technology sub-mission has been announced for facilitating adoption of modern, innovative and greener technologies and building materials for faster and quality construction. It is therefore necessary to adopt & promote modern know how and technologies covering the entire rangeofendusersforaffordablehousing, multi-storeyresidentialblocks,officecomplexes,commercial andretailspace. OBJECTIVE The Conference objective is to present the various modern technologies and techniques for the benefit of companies engaged in real estate development and construction which are cost effective, are environment friendly, have safety features, lead to faster construction, require lesser labour & economise consumption of water. Briefly stated, the deliberations shall provide an opportunity for optimal and efficient use of resources & materials. The Conference offers a major opportunity for the publicandprivatesectortodevelopplannedandefficienturbanhabitats. FORWHOM NAREDCO looks forward to participation of top managers of public and private sector organizations engaged in housing and real estate development apart from other stake holders. These include builders, DevelopmentAuthorities,HousingBoards,urbanplanners,architectsandotherprofessionals. ADDRESSBYDIGNITERIES&EXPERTS Senior Govt officials and eminent experts have confirmed to address the Conference spread over 5 Sessions.. NAREDCO www.naredco.inwww.bmtpc.org
  3. 3. 9.15 - 10.00am Registration 10.00 - 10.35am Opening Session Welcome and Opening Remarks: Mr. Navin M Raheja, Chairman, NAREDCO Theme Presentation on Emerging Technologies in Housing and Building Construction Dr Shailesh Kr Agrawal, Executive Director, BMTPC, Ministry of HUPA, Govt. of India Inaugural Address: Dr. Nandita Chatterjee, Secretary, Ministry of HUPA, Govt. of India. 10.35am - 12.15pm Session I Modern Construction Technologies Chairman: Mr Shailesh Pathak, Executive Director, Bhartiya Group Technology Design & Production for Housing and Building Construction – An International Perspective Prof. Anil Sawhney, RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University Precast RCC Large Panel System Mr K Senou, Head-Precast Initiatives, Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Industrialized 3-S System using cellular light weight concrete slabs & precast columns Mr Yogesh P Kajale, Vice President (Engineering Planning & Design), B G Shirke Construction Technology, Pune Monolithic Concrete System using Plastic Formwork Mr Pavan R Khandelwal, Asst. Vice President, Syntex Industries Ltd Precast Concrete Panels System using Concrete, Welded Mesh and Plates, Polystyrene core Mr Biswas Kumar, Technical Partner, Mooreliving India Building Solutions Mainstreaming Latest Technologies Mr Pankaj Gupta, Deputy Chief, BMTPC 12.15 - 12.30pm TEA 12.30 - 1.45pm Session II Preferred technologies Chairman: Mr Abhai Sinha, Member Engineer, Delhi Development Authority Insitu rehabilitation projects Dr Yogini Deshpande, Principal Consultant, Renuka Consultant, Mumbai Mass housing : Case Study , Mahindra Lifespaces Mr Amit Pal, Head-Project Happiness, Mahindra Lifespace Developers Sustainable High rise buildings Mr Vineet Relia, MD, SARE Homes Project Services Mr Tanmoy Tataghat, Director, Environmental Design Solutions (EDS) 1.45 - 2.30pm LUNCH 2.30 - 4.00pm Session III Safety, Alternate Building Materials & Water Conservation Chairman: Mr Anil K Sharma, Special Director General (HQ), CPWD Design and techniques for Safety in high rise buildings K N Jha, Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, IIT Delhi Mr Ashok Verma, COO, Rudrabhishek Enterprises Conservation and recycling of water in housing and commercial real estate projects & townships Mr S Bhattacharya, Superintending Hydrogeologist, Central Ground Water Authority, Ministry of Water Resources Research, Development and commercialization of alternate building materials Dr S K Bhattacharya, Director, CBRI, Roorkee 4.00 - 4.15pm TEA 4.15 - 5.00pm Panel Discussion & Conclusion Chairman: Mr Sanjeev Kumar, Jt. Secretary (Housing for All), Ministry of HUPA, Govt. of India. Dr S K Bhattacharya, Director, CBRI, Roorkee Mr Nayan Raheja, ED, Raheja Developers Mr Ashok Verma, COO, Rudrabhishek Enterprises Dr Shailesh Kr Agrawal, Executive Director, BMTPC, Ministry of HUPA, Govt. of India NAREDCO www.naredco.inwww.bmtpc.org PROGRAMME
  4. 4. National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) First Floor, 8 Community Centre, East of Kailash, New Delhi-110 065, India T: +91-11-2622 5795, 41608570,F: +91-11-26225796, Email: naredco@naredco.in, info@naredco.in Web: www.naredco.in Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council (BMTPC) Core 5 -A, First Floor , India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi- 110 003, India Phone: +91-11-24638096, 24638097, 24636759 Fax: 91-11-24642849, E-mail: info@bmtpc.org Web: www.bmtpc.org About NAREDCO About BMTPC Formed in 1998 under the aegis of Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India, NAREDCO is the apex national organization representing all stakeholders of real estate. The Union Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation is its Chief Patron and 6 members on the Governing Council are nominated by the Ministry. NAREDCO works towards creating an environment conducive to growth of real estate industry and urban habitats in partnership with Industry and Govt. through advisory and consultative processes. NAREDCO promotes transparency and ethics in real estate business and to transform it into a mature, professional, modern and globally competitiveindustry. Set up in 1990, Building Materials & Technology Promotion Council (BMTPC), an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation strives to bridge the gap between laboratory, research and field level application in the area of building materials & constructiontechnologies. Mission “To work towards a comprehensive and integrated approach for promotion and transfer of potential, cost-effective, environment-friendly, disaster resistant building materials and technologies including, locallyavailablematerialsfromlabtolandforsustainabledevelopmentofhousing.” REGISTRATION FEE ·  Rs. 3,500/- per participant *  Concessional Rs. 3,000/- for members* * (includes Service Tax) The registration form duly completed along with cheque in favour of 'National Real Estate Development Council' be sent to NAREDCO latest by 17th July 2015. For more details contact: Suneel Sehgal, DDG, NAREDCO Neeraj Bajpai, ADG, NAREDCO Pankaj Gupta, Dy Chief, BMTPC M: + 91-9911697301 M: +91-9958822261 M: +91-9811153343 Email: Email:suneel@naredco.in neeraj@naredco.in Email: pankajgupta70@gmail.com NAREDCO Sponsors www.naredco.inwww.bmtpc.org

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