To build a structural marvel like One Avighna Park, the Group blended best-in-class executional practices with supreme architecture, to work as a single well-oiled machine.
The structural engineering works of One Avighna Park was entrusted into the capable hands of WSP Canter Seinuck, New York. Malaysian MIVAN-Flat Slab Technology was used to lay the structure’s foundation and central core system. The use of high-quality imported raw materials reflects the Group’s commitment on quality over quantity.
Standing tall as Mumbai’s best residential project, One Avighna Park, also strictly adheres to the norms of green buildings. The IGBC Platinum Pre-certified project reflects eco-consciousness in each of its feature and even in the minutest details. For instance, special care was taken to use only anti-carbonation paint for the project. This increases the structure’s total durability and overall life span. The use of thermally-glazed panels at the entrance facade, the floor lobbies, and alongside walls of each apartment foyer decreases the dependence on artificial lighting systems. Provisions for abundant daylight in all living spaces, eco-friendly LED lightings, low-light fixtures, and usage of power-competent, energy-star appliances are some of the additional methods incorporated for reducing energy consumption. The environment friendly strategy was even maintained in the selection of construction materials. The use of AAC blocks in the construction process resulted in 12-15% reduction in the consumption of concrete and steel materials. This has also provided excellent thermal insulation to the structures. Tested with BMT Fluid Mechanics, the wind tunnel also ensures supreme strength from heavy wind pressures. Multi-layer waterproofing on the garden decks ensures the surface to remain watertight for at least 20 years.
With eco-consciousness pulsating in the very DNA of One Avighna Park the sky-touching residential project opens a gateway to sustainable living and clears out the notion challenging the eco-adaptability of high-rises.