House of Hiranandani, a premium real estate brand committed to making homes with a difference, celebrated Engineer’s Day on 15thSeptember in a unique way – they created a beautiful bridge between the present and the future of architecture, proving that in the business of selling houses, they are truly set on making a difference.
House of Hiranandani (HoH) invited the young and bright minds of Hiranandani Upscale School (HUS) to their project site in Chennai, to witness and learn about the contribution of engineers to societal development. The experience was not just inspirational but educational for the participating students. Conducted by an HoH spokesperson, Prashin Jhobalia, Vice President Marketing, House of Hiranandani, the activities included a walk-through the project site inviting them to absorb the many aspects of engineering. This was followed by a seminar, where Prashin Jhobalia, Vice President Marketing, House of Hiranandani, spoke on architecture, town-planning, real estate, civil engineering among other things. This session of knowledge-sharing turned into a brilliant exchange of ideas, the students surprising the engineers with their curiosity and sharp minds.
The campaign was conceptualized, executed & promoted by HoH’s partner agency – Tonic Worldwide in the form of a video conveying the importance of engineers in the development of the society and how bright the future of engineering looks.
Speaking on the innovative initiative, Chetan Asher, CEO, Tonic Worldwide, said, “Students are the future of the country, and Engineers truly help in the development of the nation. HoH as a leader in real estate sector, have clearly showcased their responsibility towards India’s future. Tonic Worldwide is proud to be associated with them for this commendable step.”
“At House of Hiranandani, our Engineers have set benchmarks in the industry by responsibly creating sustainable townships. Creating complex structures in a sustainable manner is an engineering challenge which they have attained successfully. In order to resonate our gratitude, we thought of sharing a glimpse of the work done by our engineers with few young kids. The educational on-field session held last week gave us an opportunity to sensitize the kids on the need for sustainable constructions and create awareness on the techniques involved in creating massive townships. The informative session has not only satiated the curiosity among kids of creating construction marvels, but also has elevated their respect for engineers who ease our life through their engineering contributions,” said Prashin Jhobalia, Vice President Marketing, House of Hiranandani.