Some Projects

We have many prestigious projects in government and private sector to our credit. Here is a list of a few such projects:
  1. Construction of 300 housing units for leprosy patients at Sima Puri, Dilshad Garden for the Hope Foundation (USA).
  2. Construction of 60 MIG and HIG flats for United News of India, group housing society at Vasundhra, Ghaziabad (U.P.).
  3. Construction of 100 housing units for Earthquake victims at Bhuj Pur, Gujarat.
  4. Construction of institutional building at Varanasi for a foreign NGO.
  5. Construction of community centers and training institutional building in Ekta Vihar, Sector - 6, R.K. Puram, New Delhi.
  6. Renovation and interior of the office of Delhi Urban Art Commission at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
  7. Construction and interior of reception and conference hall for HUDCO at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
  8. Construction and interior of the office of the Minister of Poverty Elevation, Government of India, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi.
  9. Construction of farmers training centers for Punjab National Bank at Neemrana (Rajasthan), Saifai (UP), Vidisha, Bhopal (MP) and Raipur (Chattisgarh).
  10. Farm houses in Shanti Kunj, New Delhi.
  11. Construction of Institutional Building in Dharamshala, HP for Jhagori NGO.
  12. Sehwag International School, Jhajjar, Haryana.
  13. Tamanna School Project.
  14. Residence of Gen. Dahiya.
  15. School of Kiran Center.
  16. Bus Stand HSMI.
  17. Building for Balwadi Bhondsi, Haryana.
  18. Navjyoti W.D.P. Clinic at Yamuna Pusta.
  19. Residence of Col. Anil Hable, Sahabad Mohamdpur.
  20. Community Center and Primary Schoo, Naglamachi for HUDCO.
  21. Residence of Aditya Jain at A-88, Noida.
  22. Construction of Basti Vikas Kendra in Bhalaswa and Kanak Durga.
  23. Construction of School for Mentally Challenged, Ekta Vihar, New Delhi.
  24. Taxi Stand at Lodhi Road.
  25. Residence of Mukund Lakshman, Sector 15, Gurgaon.
  26. Residence of Maj. Gen. S.P. Chopra, South City, Gurgaon.
  27. Residence of Mr. Ashok Chouhan, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi.
  28. Residence of Mr. Sameer Tyagi, Sector 21-A, Faridabad.
  29. Residence of Mrs. Meenu Handa, DLF - 3, Gurgaon.
  30. Residence of Lt. Col. R. Gosain, Sector P3, Greater Noida, UP.
  31. Residence of Brig. Ravi Kant, South City, Gurgaon.

Picture Gallery


UNI Group Housing, Vasundhra, Ghaziabad

Sehwag International School, Jhajjar, Haryana
Farmer's Training Center for P.N.B., Nimrana, Rajasthan


Rat trap bond

Rat trap bond

Rat trap bond brick masonry is an alternative to normal English bond masonry walls by which 15% of cost can be reduced without comprimising the quality, strength and appearances.

Filler Slabs

Filler slabs

Filler slabs employ replacing 'un-productive' concrete by a 'Filler' material which reduces the weight of the slab and also the cost by reducing the amount of concrete used. Also, since the weight of the slab is thus reduced, lesser steel is required for reinforcement, further reducing the cost.

Arches

Arches

The arch is significant because it provides a structure which eliminates tensile stresses in spanning an open space. All the forces are resolved into compressive stresses. This is useful because several of the available building materials such as stone, cast iron and concrete can strongly resist compression but are very weak when tension, shear or torsional stress is applied to them.

Domes

Domes

A dome can be thought of as an arch which has been rotated around its central vertical axis. Thus domes, like arches, have a great deal of structural strength when properly built and can span large open spaces without interior supports.