Manomav Sales team ventured into Business Networking International (BNI)

Manomav is creating its space in construction industry by solving the monitoring problems on construction projects. To spread this word more in the industry Manomav Sales team has joined the networking opportunities offered by BNI. Antriksh Tawar – Director, Manomav has joined BNI for representation and network with like minded people. 

Antriksh has belief that this will help Manomav to generate more opportunities to share the benefits of having better monitoring on construction projects. Earlier, Manomav has spent few year with BNI in experimentation and found it as possible opportunity where they can demonstrate the benefits to the world.  

Google Hangout with Board of International relations and Alumni Affairs Civil Graduates

India is witnessing developing phase of a country and Infrastructure is the basic requirement for making it success. Across India, aspiring Civil Engineers are graduating to make a better liveable country. There are few institutes who take an extra mile and try to associate with Industry to bridge the gap of academics and industry. Board of International relations and Alumni Affairs institutes is one among the leaders of civil engineering graduation, they have an initiative to bridge this gap.  

Civil Engineer  Mr.Divyansh Bansal from Board of International relations and Alumni Affairs has approached Manomav to discuss the Industry Scenario of half an hour long Google Hangout sessions. Students has asked various questions regarding the industry and various job opportunity which sector offers. Abhinav Bhardwaj, Director – Manomav Engineers has shared his friend opinion with students over the call.  

During this hangout call with Board of International relations and Alumni Affairs students on 13/9/2019, Abhinav shared that clear demarcation of roles as Architect, Consultant and Contractor should be basic understanding to all the students. He has shared that academic knowledge is useful in consultant or designing role specifically in civil engineering. He has highlighted that the trend of Computer Engineering Career is totally different from the career of Civil Engineer which even is different at the output level which they produce. He talked about inter disciplinary opportunity of Computer Engineering into domain of Civil Engineering like Building Information Software; and application of Civil Engineering for Computer Engineering like building Datacentre. 

It was really an interactive session where Manomav learnt about the ambition of future of Nation and Students learnt the perspective of Industry. Abhinav also shared about his initiative of Manomav Academy (http://academy.manomav.com) where company offer free education to future civil engineers in field of Construction Management. The call got concluded with huge appreciation from students and thanking words from Manomav founder. 

Key Result Area In Manomav Engineers

KRA or Key Result Areas comprehensively define the job description of the employee and are used when assigning the task that he or she is expected to perform with a positive impact.

They are a broad range of responsibilities that the employee has to solely concentrate on throughout the year by aligning their role with that of the organization.

KRAs are mainly set to measure the performance of the employees in a well-defined, quantifiable and easy to measure form and can also be used as an appraisal tool as this data is based on their overall performance.

This allows employees to stick to their path and helps them stay focused. As it provides clarity to individuals, it enables them to focus on other things at the personal front too.

To promote the work-life balance of its employees, Manomav introduced this approach on February 1st this year, as the company understands the importance of quality work and providing time away from work for rest for overall productivity.

Redefining Hospital Buildings with latest emerging Technologies

Hospital Buildings has evolved a lot in last 25 years. Timely delivery of Projects has become a key factor though typically hospitals are taking 3-5 years in completion. In these time, various new developments has happened in construction industry including,

  • Building Maintenance System (BMS)
  • Recycling of Water in WTP
  • Flooring Selection from Hygienic Point of View
  • Washroom Flooring with Artistic thoughts
  • Operation Theatre with Conductive Flooring
  • Hardware with copper fittings
  • Glass Technology

 

Above are few of the latest technologies which has changed the hospital buildings built in past.

 

Mr. Rajendra Vats, chief Projects, C K Birla Group has highlighted various safety concerns related to patients during 2nd Annual India Hospital Design and Build Summit 2019 at Le Meridien, Gurugram including

  1. Positive/Negative Pressures for managing better air circulation for infection control
  2. Water Usage for Domestic and Drinking Purpose
  3. Fire Safety with usage of Sprinkler, Smoke Extretation, Pressurisation, Hydrant, Mechanical Systems)

 

He shared that external power supply through shafts should be supplied to these systems and which can further be backed up with UPS on external surfaces which can be useful in case of emergency.

 

Integration of BIM was discussed in same panel which seems obvious future to the panelists. Manomav was started in 2012 with BIM Services. We have already served various projects ranging from INR 10 Crore wroth to INR 300 Crore worth when it comes to successful implementation of Building Information Technology.

 

We have interesting observation when it comes to BIM Implementation. Abhinav Bhardwaj, Director – Manomav Engineers believes that any construction is design at GFC level by Architects which is further detailed at Shop Drawings level by Contractors. In current implementation plan, architects & consultants are getting ready to adopt BIM however the ecosystem is incomplete without implementing it with contractors at Shop Drawing level where Manomav can play a vital role. Manomav has incorporating BIM in its Project Management Services for building better control on Project Monitoring during execution.

Importance of Vastu in Construction Industry by Ridhi Bahl

On 24th April 2019, Manomav Engineers conducted their 14th Pratham meet where Construction Professionals and Manomav Engineers talked about Construction Monitoring and Technology at The Entrepreneurship School Phase-1 Gurugram. In continuation of the vibe from the last meeting, we called Miss Ridhi Bahl, as a Guest of Honor, who is a celebrity astrologer and Vaastu consultant. She holds a degree of Acharya in astrology and Vaastu and has pursued research on many topics related to astrology. She enlightend us with the use of Vaastu in modern construction and broke the myths of Vaastu.

Mr. Vanshaj Raj Bahal, host of the day kicked off the meeting with a brief introduction of the core committee of Pratham. Mr. Antriksh Tawar President for the Pratham Meet who addressed the members present in the room gave a brief introduction of Pratham which is an initiative of Manomav Engineers. Mr. Shyamal Sarkar & Mr. Kundan were selected as the Time Keeper and Sargant of the day respectively.

Our second speaker of the day, Mr. Harshit Mishra who is a billing engineer in Manomav Engineers, gave a detailed presentation regarding quantity surveying. He described about the implementations of quantity surveying and how we use it to determine costing of construction projects. He described how does quantity surveying play a vital role in construction industry.

The Guest of Honor for the Day Miss. Ridhi Bahl, started with brief introduction of herself and her family. She is the great-grand daughter of India’s renowned astrologer Pt Madhu Sudan Ojha, who was also the counselor to Raja Madho Singh Ji, the king of Jaipur. Continuing her family legacy, she got into astrology from a very young age and is well known as one of India’s leading astrologer and associate with organization Like FICCI, CII Radio FM and many more Platforms.

She gave brief knowledge of Vaastu to let everyone understand about it. Vaastu basically is made up of 5 elements which are present in our nature, also known as “Panchtatva”. This means her solutions doesn’t really include usage of stone and gems. She shared her experience on how she managed to correlate her Vaastu with modern architectural and structural designs with no major changes in design. She also stated relation of Vaastu with our day to day life and how we can protect ourselves with negative energies of a person.

This session of Community Building of Pratham meet#14 was concluded with guest felicitation and group photograph with the guest.

It was time for third session of leadership development in which leaders of Manomav evaluate the presentation given by the two leaders of Manomav and vote for the best presenter and evaluator of the day and a LinkedIn Review of the leaders of Manomav this time went to Mr. Vanshaj Raj Bahal.

Mr. Kapil Bisht was elected as the Best Presenter of the Day and Mr. Akhil Saxena as the Best Evaluator.

Session Concluded with a quote affirmed by all that “A Leader is someone who demonstrates what’s possible- Mark Yarnell”