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Project B, S-Block, GK - 1

  • 208 sq. Yards
  • Stilt + 4 Floors
  • 3BHK
  • Construction Start: April , 2016
  • Completion: June , 2017

Project Description

This project is located in the S-Block of Greater Kailash 2. It is built on a 300 sq. yards plot and has Stilt + 4 floors. Each floor follows a 3BHK configuration. This is Prithu’s first project as a construction company in Greater Kailash 2.

There are many construction companies in Greater Kailash 2 but very few provide parking facilities in the stilt area. The stilt of this home can easily accommodate 8 cars. Each floor has 2 reserved parking spots which are independent of the other floors i.e. no interference from the neighbours if they want to park or take their car out.

The project is just a 5-minute walk away from the popular M-Block market in Greater Kailash – 2.

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Construction Pictures

September , 2018

False ceiling and plaster work done on all floors. Floor polishing in progress.

September , 2018

Lift installation work in progress.

July , 2018

False ceiling work in progress on all floors.

July , 2018

Tiles are being installed in bathrooms on all floors.

April , 2018

Plumbing work in progress on all the floors.

April , 2018

Brickwork complete on all the 4 floors.

March , 2018

Gypsum plaster samples have been laid out on the wall for quality and visual test.

March , 2018

Partition walls being laid out at the GK 2 site.

March , 2018

The front balcony parapet being erected.

March , 2018

An overview of the ground floor.

March , 2018

Conduits being laid on the ground floor.

March , 2018

Plumbing holes have been drilled using core cutting machine.

March , 2018

An external view of the GK – 2 site.

February , 2018

Underground tanks being constructed at Gk -2 Site.

February , 2018

The stilt area being prepared to cast a thin layer of RMC to even out the floor.

February , 2018

An overview of the terrace at the GK – 2 site. Mumty is being constructed on the left.

February , 2018

Construction of rainwater harvesting tank in progress.

February , 2018

Construction of rainwater harvesting tank in progress.

February , 2018

Blockwork in progress on the first floor.

January , 2018

Construction of underground water tanks almost reaching the completion stage.

January , 2018

An overview of the first floor. On the left, partition walls are being constructed with ACC blocks. Proper plastic covers have been placed so the neighboring walls don’t get affected.

January , 2018

January ’18</h4> <p><span> Construction of partition walls with AAC blocks being done at GK – 2 site. AAC blocks have numerous advantages over bricks as they provide insulation against heat and sound, provide better protection against seepage, have better strength, etc.

January , 2018

anuary ’18</h4> <p><span> Shafts being outlined with ACC blocks. Proper shuttering and netting has been appropriately provided for a neat and secure construction process.

January , 2018

January ’18</h4> <p> <span>Proper protection has been provided wherever necessary so that least possible intrusion or discomfort is caused to the neighboring structures.

December , 2017

December , 2017

Construction of underground water tank being done in the stilt area.

December , 2018

Netting has been provided appropriately for safety and a hassle-free construction process.

November , 2017

Wooden shuttering has been done to properly encase the concrete while the casting is done and also to create a sturdy temporary structure.

November , 2017

Wooden shuttering has been done to properly encase the concrete while the casting is done and also to create a sturdy temporary structure.

November , 2017

November ’17&lt;/h4&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;span&gt;Proper height corrugated sheet enclosure is made on our construction sites to create a systemized and cohesive working environment and also to minimize the intrusion of construction on the neighbourhood.

November , 2017

Steel scaffolding ensures better safety and stability than any other materials such as a timbre, aluminium etc.

November , 2017

We use high quality curing compound to preserve the moisture in concrete so that it obtains its required strength planned during structure design. This process is traditionally done through ‘tarai’ where water is sprinkled on concrete for 7-15 days but that process causes quality inconsistencies because it’s a manual process with no quality specifications defined.

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