Sachin Bhandari, CEO, VTP Realty

Building and construction methods have seen a significant improvement in recent times with the use of innovative technologies that have led to reduced construction time and rationalized building costs.

Sachin Bhandari

The Infrastructure sector is the backbone of the Indian economy as it is responsible for propelling the country’s overall development. The sector, therefore, requires dedicated focus from the government, which must formulate policies that will help in creating world-class amenities across the country.

Currently, India is at an exciting stage, witnessing significant interest from international investors in this space. The influx of technological development has fuelled an upsurge in the construction industry as well, bringing it close on the heels of the Infrastructure segment. It is good to see the private sector emerging as a key player across various infrastructure segments such as airports, communication, power and roads.

The government is committed towards creating a plethora of opportunities in the infrastructure construction space by initiating development of housing, townships, industrial parks, civil aviation, telecom services etc. Though this sector has grown by leaps and bound in recent years, there are still a few challenges. There is need for more transparency, single window clearance for approvals, safeguards for private players, efficient project management capabilities and so on.

VTP Realty

Efficiency & Accountability

Building and construction methods have seen a significant facelift in recent times with use of innovative technologies that have led to reduced construction time and rationalized building costs. We, at VTP Realty, are committed to bringing efficiency and accountability at every stage of a project. We use Augmented Realty and Simulation Software to ensure optimised design of the project by building 3-D models such that they are as close as possible to the architect’s vision.

We also encourage innovativeness in our core construction work in terms of labour upgrade, cutting down construction time, better quality etc. We have also adopted the Alu-Form and Tunnel Form technologies which have helped us save water and reduce time cycle for every slab that is passed on site.

Upgrading the skill sets of our employees is of prime importance at VTP Realty. We have an in-house training department for skilling labourers, outsourced labourers, and for the engineering staff. Training is provided in construction, safety, accounting, storekeeping, and material management.

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Artificial I & IoT

The Infrastructure sector is moving towards a more digital and technologically advanced work environment. Disruptive, breakthrough technologies are transforming the way infrastructure sector is being built and operated. Industry 4.0 is reducing the gap between the physical and the virtual world. From Artificial intelligence, machine control, IoT and drones the technological change is happening at an unprecedented pace. The benefits of these innovations are indisputable and have become essential for a prosperous society. The scope of technology is much higher than we think: it plays an important role from decision making to assessing the quality of materials to signing a deal.

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Order Book

For the next two years, our focus will be on diverse projects in Pune, where we want to create large gated communities and townships. We have recently launched four projects in a township called ‘Blue Waters’ in Mahalunge and will be launching another township in the eastern part of Pune in the second half of the year.

VTP Realty aims to dominate the eastern and western parts of Pune with large projects, each having inventories worth over 3,500 units each. We will also continue with our regular commercial and standalone residential projects. By 2021 we are looking at over 7000 units a year, which means tripling our capabilities. We are also adding inventories to our existing projects in Pune.

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