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AIS to participate in the Annual conference 'The GRIHA Summit 2015'

Asahi India Glass Limited (AIS), India’s integrated glass company, is to participate in the 6th annual conference 'The GRIHA Summit 2015' to be held on March 12-14, 2015. The conference is expected to be attended by over 600 professionals from the building and construction industry.

The Summit would serve as a platform for knowledge sharing in different domains of green building industry. It shall facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships and networking among governments, academia, civil society organizations and professionals from different disciplines like architecture, engineering and construction management.

The GRIHA Summit 2015 is completely focused on what going green can do for you and your organization. “As India’s leading integrated glass company, AIS has been at the forefront of moving towards an ecofriendly future. It has pioneered innovations in glass processing technology to develop both single-glazed and double-glazed products with the best ‘green’ parameters. This is giving developers and their architects’ greater choice and the ability to explore possibilities. These solutions enhance the aesthetics, efficiency and economics of commercial and residential spaces, compared to traditional building materials,” said Vikram Khanna, COO- Architectural Institutional Business & Consumer Glass, CMO, CIO, Asahi India Glass Limited.

The conference theme would be 'High Performance Habitat' and the sessions would be designed around enhanced efficiency of built environment both at city and building scale. AIS will also be a part of the plenary session.