‘Satsang Synergy’ program to brainstorm for eco-friendly, safe, efficient constructions

Pune : Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CRIDAI), Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), Indian Plumbing Association (IPA), Fire and Security Association of India (FSAI) and ‘The Indian Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers’ ( Ishre) organized ‘Satsang Synergy’ was inaugurated on Saturday, April 6, 2024 in the morning at Agriculture College Maidan, Shivajinagar. Avinash Patil, Director, Directorate of Town Planning and Valuation, Maharashtra State, Pradeep Bhargava, President, Maratha Chamber Electronic Cluster Foundation (MECF) were present as chief guests.

The event brought together key stakeholders from various sectors to brainstorm and demonstrate how sustainable practices in the construction and real estate sectors can be collaboratively promoted for eco-friendly, safer and more efficient construction through ‘Satsang Synergy’.

Ranjit Naiknaware (Credai, Pune President), Dr. Purva Keskar (President, IGBC, Pune), Nilesh Gandhi (President, IPA, Pune), Ashutosh Joshi (President, Ishrey, Pune), Archana Gavane (President, FSAI, Pune) etc. were present. Xylem, Orient Fire Curtains, Renotech Air Engineering and MFS was the event partner. JP Shroff introduced. Convener of the program Sujal Shah welcomed. Angha Purohit moderated the formula.

The program covered a variety of topics including the Diamond Bourse project in Surat, the largest cluster of offices, case studies on complex and unique projects, discussions on cutting-edge technologies and net-zero initiatives, and energy efficient project case studies. Apart from this, presentations on the benefits of green (eco-friendly) buildings were also made in these sessions JP Shroff , Ranjit Naiknaware, Suhas Patwardhan , Dr. Poorva Keskar, Sujal Shah, Jayesh Hariyani, Nilesh Gandhi, V. Srinivas, Rakesh Moroodkar, Raman Kapoor, Rohit Sharma, Tejas Chavan, Shamkant Mirashi, Ravi Kodil, Madhav Joshi, Amit Gulwade, Abhishek Arora, Pranti Shroff , Keshav Tamhankar, participated. Eco-friendly galleries in the exhibition were honored with prizes

Skilled Manpower Needed for Green Building: Avinash Patil

Avinash Patil expressed the opinion that more and more skilled manpower is available to implement the green building concept, for that, it is necessary to develop and train skilled manpower who has knowledge and care for the environment.

He said, ‘Through today’s Satsang Synergy program, if the organizations working on various fronts in the construction sector brainstorm well and create a good actionable plan, the construction sector will get a new environmentally complementary direction of work,’ Avinash Patil also expressed his opinion.

It is necessary to build while preserving nature: Pradeep Bhargava

Pradeep Bhargava said, ‘The construction sector in Pune city is increasing in a big way, and many builders are doing constructions that are mostly environmentally friendly , but there is a need to build more natural resources,’ said Bhargava. ‘Use Nature Butt’ Bhargava also said that using the concept of ‘Not Abuse Nature’, i.e. using nature in the construction sector to raise our standard of living without destroying the nature or harming the nature, is an appeal to the construction sector .