Running into its 30th year of publication, Accommodation Times a registered newspaper in India is dedicated to Real Estate and construction industry. Since, 30 years publication is been organising National Real Estate Award to felicitate real estate industry and conducting many knowledge series lectures for professionals in National and International cities, creating a glorious award history of 30 years.
Taking forward the tradition,now the publication is coming up with another award function to felicitate and recognise the efforts of construction and infrastructure industry ‘Infrastructure and Innovation Construction Material Awards & Conference’ on 29th September, 2015 at Nehru Centre, Worli in the evening, 06:30 pm onwards.
The function will be in two parts, Symposium on “Infrastructure & Innovative Construction Material Need by 2022” followed by Awards and Recognition.
The function will be graced by immense qualified personalities of the infrastructure and construction industry, who will be speaking on the need of infrastructure and innovative construction material for the urban development of the country.
The dignitaries on dais includes:
Shri Sanjay Sethi, AMC-1, MMRDA
Guest of Honour:
Shri Ashok Mohanani, CMD, Ekta World.
- Shri Neerav Parmar, Chairman, BAI and Associate Vice-President, Contracts & Procurement, Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate
- Brig. Santosh Sharma, CEO, DSK Developers.
- Ar Reza Kabul, Principal, Architect Reza Kabul
- Ar Vivek Bhole, CMD, Vivek Bhole Architects Pvt. Ltd.
- Ar Prashant Sutaria, Owner at Prashant Sutaria Architects and Planners
- Shri Murari Chaturvedi, Chief Editor, Accommodation Times.
The event is Supported By:
Attend the innovative awards ceremony along with educative lecture delivered by stalwarts of industry and many other prominent personalities.
Day and Date: Tuesday, 29th September 2015
Registration & Networking Time: 6:30 pm
Venue: Nehru Centre Auditorium, Worli, Mumbai
To register yourself for the event: call on 09167998394/ 022 65703470
Registration is Complimentary but Compulsory.