Being a civil engineer with nearly three decades of experience, N. Srinivasa fully knew the problems buyers endure in new houses mainly due to the negligence of the constructors.
He found that people had to face faulty pipelines, leaking rooftops, improper electrical lines even in the newly constructed buildings. He decided to change the scenario.
At 52, he eventually began his startup, My home My design to check quality parameters of new constructions to curb unethical practises of the constructors and keep buyers informed about the quality and norms of construction at every step.
“I found that people do not get value for their money despite have spent their life-time saving on their homes. Constructors often use cheap quality of material or rules are flouted in several cases. We monitor the construction process at every level before giving a go-ahead for the next step, We actually act as a judge overseeing the constructions, taking details at every step and raising objections when something is wrong,” says Srinivasa who calls himself as Project Management Consultant (PMC).
He started his company in February last year and has served around 15 residential builders.
Besides, his company also provides building material and does construction work from foundation till the handing of keys. “We provide all necessary construction services like labour, material, tools, equipment, scaffolding supervision among others,” said Srinivasa.
Why My home My design?
Srinivasa maintains a hawk eye on the constructors so that your house is built strong and adhering to norms. His experience of three-decades is an added advantage.
Keywords: N. Srinivasa, civil engineer, Construction.
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