Role of Redevelopment Project Management Consultants PMC

Role of Redevelopment Project Management Consultants PMC

Redevelopment Project Management Consultants (PMC) plays a vital role during the process of your society going under Redevelopment , as per Govt Regulation of Maharasthra dated 3rd Jan 2009 it is mandatory for a co-operative housing society to appoint a redevelopment project management consultant

Redevelopment Project Management Consultants (PMC) are basically a team of Arhitect , Civil Engineers and Legal Advisors

Role of an Arhitect in redevelopment
– An arhitect plays a vital role in preparing the financial feasibility of project, conduct technical analysis of offers made by the developer to the society
– He would verify the building plans prepared by the developer
– Preapre schedule of municipal process along with the developer

Role of Civil Engineer in redevelopment
– A civil engineer would cross verify the RCC drawings of the proposed building
– Check quality of construction and material used during the process of redevelopment

Role of Legal Advisor in redevelopment
– Legal team would prepare the development agreement
– Individual MOFA with members of the society and developers
– Check of the legal aspects of the proposal

The above the 3 role of arhitect , civil engineer and legal  advisor would be the critical steps involved in redevelopment process of your society

We are appointed as Redevelopment Project Management Consultants PMC with various society in Mumbai across Dahisar, Borivali, Kandivali, Malad, Goregaon, Andheri, Juhu, Vileparle, Bandra, Santacruz, Jogeshwari, Oshiwara, Lokhandwala, Khar

For Redevelopment Project Management Consultants call us on +91 98335 45366 or email us on contact@redevelopmentconsultants.com

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