Mumbai: Tata Housing – India’s leading real estate development company, bagged the ‘Project of the Year’ title at the prestigious Project Management Institute (PMI) India Awards 2017. This award was presented to Myst, a joint venture between Tata Housing and Impact Projects, and India’s first residential development created using biophilic architecture.
Project Management Institute (PMI) India Awards include categories such as Project of the year, Project of the year – contribution to the community and Project of the year – NGO. The Project of the Year award category by PMI recognizes the efforts of project managers for successfully completing the project in agreed time frame, complexity and marked budget as well as for realizing the benefits that were intended at the start of the project. PMI India awards program is an III stage assessment process which is carried out over 5 months and the winners are announced in the Project Management National Conference.
Receiving the award, Mr. Brotin Banerjee, MD & CEO, Tata Housing said, “Myst is the epitome of Tata Housing’s exemplary performance and project management practices and we are extremely excited to be recognized by Project Management Institute for this award. It is the only project in Himachal Pradesh to be registered under RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Authority). In our constant endeavor to deliver a world class experience, we aim to add value across the real estate ecosystem, not only by providing best quality projects to our home buyers, but also by upskilling the onsite workforce by introducing best in class construction practices.”
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