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CW Architect & Builder Awards 2016 held in Mumbai

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CW Architect & Builder Awards 2016 held in Mumbai

The 11th edition of the Construction World Architect and Builder (CWAB) Awards was recently held in Mumbai. The event witnessed the participation of leading names from the industry like architects Hafeez Contractor, Sanjay Puri, Christopher Benninger as well as builders like Niranjan Hiranandani, Brigade, Sobha, and Ambuja Neotia.

The Chief Guest on the occasion was Dr Ranjit Patil – Minister of State, Ministry of Housing & Urban Development, Government of Maharashtra  while the keynote speaker was Dr Sunita Narain, Director, Centre for Science and Environment.

With earlier themes such as Green, Youth and Innovision, an addition to this year’s event was the selection of noteworthy projects from across the country in categories like Residential, Commercial, Hospitality, Institutional, Interiors and Retail.   


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