Issue 36, 22 October 2012 - Special Edition - India Update

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Special Edition - India Update

Dr Vyt Garnys speaking at Green Building Congress in Hyderabad

Early next week, Dr Vyt Garnys, Managing Director, will be embarking on a Trade Mission to India.

In addition to the trade mission, Dr. Garnys has been invited by the Chairman of the Indian Green Building Council, Dr Prem Jain to speak at the 2012 Green Building Congress in Hyderabad on 31st October. The topic of the presentation is Energy and Indoor Environment Quality – Relative Cost Benefits and International Benchmarking.


Invitation to meet with Dr Vyt Garnys and learn more about IEQ and the International Benchmarking Project

Dr Garnys is able to share his expertise on Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) and how improving building IEQ can enhance occupant productivity and wellbeing.  It can also be used as a KPI to assess design performance.  The benefits of the international benchmarking project include independent accrediation of building performance which provides assurance to high value clients and market impact.  Dr Garnys can also share the lessons learnt from Australian benchmarking.

These discussions should assist in the design of internationally progressive buildings that deliver high health, satisfaction, and output from tenants and their workers.  Download CETEC profile

Dr Vyt Garnys with Jahangir Yar Khan, Shree Ram Urban InfrastructureCETEC has visited India several times over the last couple of years with a focus on delivering benchmarked indoor environment quality services to the Indian market, which is displaying exponential growth in the green building segment. Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure is one of CETEC's clients based in India.

Left: Dr Vyt Garnys presenting Jahangir Yar Khan, Joint President of Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure with the Healthy Building Certificate for the first 5 Palm rated project for the Palais Royale in Mumbai.

Dr Garnys is also able to provide an update on the key findings from the international conference Healthy Buildings 2012 held in July, where CETEC consultants presented a number of papers.

Email us to meet with Dr Vyt Garnys next week

  • In Hyderabad - Monday 29 October plus some limited availability to meet at the International Conference and Exhibition on Green Buildings from 30 October to 1 November
  • In Mumbai - From 2 to 4 November

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