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Canadian Wood villa built by MAK Projects wins ‘Sustainable Project of the Year in India Award’

Canadian Wood villa built by MAK Projects wins ‘Sustainable Project of the Year in India Award’

MAK Projects – a premier infrastructure and housing development company, was conferred the prestigious ‘Sustainable Project of the Year in India Award’ as part of the National Awards for Leadership and Excellence at the World HRD Congress, held at the Taj Lands End, Mumbai. 

 The Award was in recognition of the aesthetically designed and sustainable Canadian Wood villa, built by MAK Projects in collaboration with Canadian Wood, a Crown agency of the provincial government of British Columbia (B.C.), Canada, at BTR Greens, Hyderabad.    

MAK Projects and Canadian Wood partnered together to build a sustainable villa made with certified timber sourced from sustainably managed forests of B.C. in Canada at BTR Greens, Hyderabad. MAK Projects led the project with technical support, training, and project management inputs provided by Forestry Innovation Investment (FII), better known as Canadian Wood. The sustainable Canadian Wood villa is MAK’s maiden Sustainable venture. It is also the first of its kind in India and has led to much interest and awareness in the government and public domain.

“The National Awards for Leadership and Excellence” started in 2014; recognize outstanding performance in areas of Management, Marketing, Leadership, Operational Excellence and Managerial Excellence. The Awards also acknowledge initiatives in “sectors and Industry segments” that need significant attention, like Agriculture, Aviation, Biotechnology, IT Innovations, FutureTech and Capability Management.

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