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Surendra Hiranandani[2] (born 30 December 1954 is an Indian real estate developer, and is the founder and managing director of House of Hiranandani[3]. House of Hiranandani has approximately 4150 acres of declared land bank in Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai, which are in various stages of development. In 2014 he was ranked at 83rd position in the Forbes list of India's richest people, with a personal wealth of $1.17 billion.[1]

Surendra Hiranandani’s father, Dr. L.H. Hiranandani, is an ENT surgeon. In 2004, the Hiranandani brothers Surendra and Niranjan established the Hiranandani Hospital in Powai as a tribute to their father. In April, 2007 Surendra Hiranandani started his first business, 'Upscale' now renamed as 'House of Hiranandani', at Mahabalipuram Road, Chennai[4]

Surendra Hiranandani introduced copper plumbing in India, and was the first to use fly ash in concrete. He made several initiatives in horticulture to improve the quality of life of the people. He is the President of the Unaided Schools Forum and is the Managing Trustee of House of Hiranandani Foundation which runs two of Mumbai's best schools at Powai and Thane.

Awards[edit]

  • India Chapter of American Concrete Institute.

In appreciation of his sustained contribution to the housing industry – in the year 2004

  • Liberty Smart Living Awards.

Indian house owner’s verdict – hamara ghar – India’s most preferred builder – 2005-2006

For establishing benchmark construction standards – year 2003 award.

  • Conferred fellowship of Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
  • Indian Plumbing Association

Fellowship in recognition of his contributions to the plumbing profession

References[edit]


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surendra_Hiranandani



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