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The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) is the apex body for private Real Estate developers in India. CREDAI represents over 5,000 developers through 20 member associations across the country.

CREDAI links private real estate developers to the government and customers through numerous initiatives and activities. CREDAI’s success in bringing the majority of organised private real estate developers under a single umbrella is a potent force that promises the rapid development of the realty sector - one that knows itself as a major driver of India’s economic growth.

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All India Institute of Local Self-Government
   
 

The Mumbai Transformation Support Unit (MTSU) is an initiative of the World Bank, Cities Alliance, USAID, All India Institute of Local Self-Government and Government of Maharashtra. It was set up in 2005 to facilitate the process of Mumbai's transformation by advising on, co-ordinating and monitoring projects undertaken these agencies to improve quality of life in Mumbai.

MTSU's focus areas are physical and social infrastructure, environment, housing, governance, strategic planning and economic growth. Its canvas is therefore huge. From slum rehabilitation to rent control, from the Navi Mumbai airport to the Wadala truck terminal, from MUIP to MUTP, from health to education, from sanitation to beautification, it seeks to set the wheels in motion to reform and transform Mumbai into a city we can all be proud of.

MTSU's focus areas are physical and social infrastructure, environment, housing, governance, strategic planning and economic growth. Its canvas is therefore huge. From slum rehabilitation to rent control, from the Navi Mumbai airport.

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Gujarat Urban Development Company Ltd.
 

GUDC

  • Mandate Given by Government of Gujarat
  • Urban Planning and Development
  • Development of Urban Infrastructure
  • Making available serviced lands
  • Social Infrastructure like Gardens, Playgrounds, Schools, etc.
  • Transportation Systems
  • Housing for Lower Income Group & Economic Weaker Section
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Builders Association of India
   
 

Builders' Association of India (BAI) was formed in 1941 in Pune with guidance from Brigadier Jackson, who also allotted office space in the Military Compound. The then office of BAI, aptly named 'Jackson Hut' in his memory, is still being used by BAI. During last 68 years since its inception, BAI movement has grown in leaps and bounds and at present has 99 Centres spread over the length and breadth of the Country, with its headquarters at Mumbai.

With a direct membership of 10,000 constructors and indirect membership of 30,000 through various regional Associations affiliated to it, BAI by virtue of its size is the only true spokesman for this core industry. It safeguards the interests of the Indian construction industry against unjust government legislations and at the same time promotes adherence to fair government legislations by its members. Its aims and objects speak for themselves.

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The Indian Institute of Architects
   
 

The Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) is the national body of Architects in the country. Having started in the year 1917, the institute today has more than 15000 members. The Institute has a major role to play in promoting the profession of architecture by organising and uniting in fellowship the Architects of India to promote aesthetic, scientific and practical efficiency of the profession both in Practice and in Education. IIA is represented on various national and international committees connected with architecture, art and the building industry and is also actively associated with International Union of Architects (UIA) Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) and South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation of Architects (SAARCH).

The Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) web site is intended to provide information of the Architectural scenario in India for the fellow architects, prospective clients, students and people at large. Your valuable suggestions are invited to make this site user friendly and informative.

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The Institution of Engineers
   
  The Institution of Engineers (India) is the largest multi-disciplinary engineering professional society, established with a view to promote and advance the science, practice and business of engineering.
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Practicing Engineers Architects & Town Planners Association Of India
 
 

PEATA has come to the age of youth on completion of 37 years of its inception.
All great institutions have humble beginning. During years 1962 to 1965 architects whenever they met in Municipal offices at V. T., Bandra or at Ghatkopar, they used to talk about their grievances. There is nothing new about it. It is today's phenomenon too. But the murmur then was different. Circulars were confidential. Architects were suddenly confronted with faith accompli "Sorry, now Commissioner has instructed not to approve any plans in the wards". Some influential could get through but rest were left high and dry. They were flabbergasted. In those circumstances several young architects contemplated the positive actions and approach. Sarvashri H. G. Malkani, Rajani Shah, G. L. Raheja, Late Shri. Sanghoi, Shri. S. S. Bhawani were some of these young architects took initiative with many others.

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Indian Society of Structural Engineers
 
 

FORMATION EVENTS :
Foundation Day is 9th July, 1998. On that day Indian Society of Structural Engineers
(ISSE) was formed as Public Trust, under able directions of Eng. R. L. Nene.
Inauguration Day is 29th January, 1999.The inauguration was done at the hands of Eng S. G. Shirke, Managing Director of M/S Siporex. We started with membership of 100 engineers and today we have more than 800 engineers enrolled with us!

BACKGROUND :The Profession in India
The Structural Engineering Profession in India, in real sense, dates back to 1935. But there was no organization in India solely dedicated and devoted to the cause of the Structural Engineering Profession. Many structural engineers felt the need of such an organization, for years.

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Indian Concrete Institute
 
 

To create awareness among the construction engineers about modern concrete construction practices, an International Seminar and Exhibition on ‘Modernization of Concrete Practices - ISEMCC-82’ was jointly organized by the structural Engineering Research Centre and Anna University during 21-27, January, 1982 in Chennai. It generated great enthusiasm among the participants and a resolution was adopted at the conclusion of ISEMCC-82 to form the Indian concrete Institute.

The Institute has been registered on 7th September, 1982 as a society with headquarters in Chennai and has been in service to the industry and professionals, since then with the following objectives :

  • To promote growth of concrete construction and its sub-specializations.

  • To disseminate information and to arrange to train personnel for the needs of changing concepts in the technology.

  • To collaborate with national and international agencies in creating better understanding of concrete construction technology.

  • To identify R & D problems of practical relevance to concrete construction technology.

  • To institute and distribute awards for outstanding achievesments in concrete construction technology.

  • To arrange periodical seminars and exhibitions on the subject and

  • To arrange annual lecture series on selected topics of relevance to concrete constructions.
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Indian Institute of Interior Designers
   
 

With a view to advancement of the Interior Design Profession in India, the
Indian Institute of Interior Designers was founded in 1972 to establish good professional and trade practices and ethics among its members highlight and enhance the image of the Interior Design Profession and exchange know –how with similar organizations in other countries.

Today it comprises of over 5500 members spread around the country having 21 Chapters / Centres

The IIID is a full member of the IFI-International Federation of Interior Architects / Interior Designers and the APSDA-Asia Pacific Space Designers Association and an associate of the JDF-Japan Design Foundation.

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