The CREDAI KERALA state conference completed with a note that essential alterations are need for the growth of real estate industry and reconstruction of Kerala.
The programme seen the presence of Elias George, Chairman, India Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare as the Chief Guest. “Kerala should adopt the Nilgiri model for environmental protection. We must ban plastic and illegal construction on places prone to landslides like Idukki and Wayanad.
It’s the better opportunity to rectify the flaws while redesigning Kerala. Micro area planning should be implemented in the construction sites to ensure environmental preservation. Constructions that are yet to start should consider nature and our future generation”, said Elias George. He also added that Kerala must follow new technologies like asset recycling. Private Public Partnership can be implemented in the infrastructure and development of Kerala.
Dr.NajeebZackeria, Chairman, CREDAI KERALA, M V Antony, Conference Chairman, CREDAI KERALA, Siva Krishnan, MD, JLL India Developer Solutions were present. Prof. Chrisopher Benninger, American – Indian Architect took a session on sustainable designing and construction. He spoke about the importance of green houses and its relevance in Kerala. “Kerala can follow Bhutan’s way of construction as they include their tradition and culture in their buildings.
Conventional and traditional way of construction is suitable for Kerala’s ecology. Ancient temples and palaces are an example for its energy efficiency. M K Sunil, Chairman, Autodesk Sales also participated in the discussion. Kochuthomman Mathew was the moderator.
Dr.Pawan Agarwal shared the success story of Dubbawallas from Mumbai. S J Vijay, Chairman, Salmon Leep India described about 3D construction methods and its innovations which will be the future of real estate industry in India.