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Estate Manager Software to monitor Real Estate Projects

In order to monitor ongoing construction activities and ensuring real estate projects are not delayed, builders, architects and international property consultants are launching new innovative software and design tools.

Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj (JLLM) has recently launched a software, Estate Master. Anuj Puri, country head and chairman, JLLM told FE, “We have tied-up with Estates Master—an Australian company and launched the software tool in India.

Real estate developers can keep a tab on construction activities and also avoid delayed deadlines with the help of this software. Besides, JLLM is also planning to foray into master planning and design consultancy for townships and clusters of other real estate projects.

Renowned architect, Hafeez Contractor is planning to launch creative strategies in launching ‘economise buildings’ on how materials should be used, where there is lesser use of concrete and steel and building is constructed faster. Sankalpan Group, design consultancy firm, is associating with corporates to provide various design tools for the later’s ongoing construction activities.

Hiranandani Constructions is currently outsourcing design techniques for Housing from Mumbai-based leading project management consultants, Epicons. The later monitors weekly fortnightly reviews so that the tab of the ongoing projects are taken of on a regular basis.

According to Ninad Randive, chairman, Sankalpan Group—design consultants major, “We are implementing enterprise resource (ERP) solution within our organization to enhance visibility of all our projects. Besides, we are currently providing green building (zero emission building) techniques to Bayer India so that the building can produce its own energy and there is no requirement to source energy from outside.”