Mumbai-based CIL undertakes construction of residential, commercial and institutional buildings in Mumbai Metropolitan Region, National Capital Region, Bengaluru and other major cities spread across India. “Emaar India is swiftly moving forward with the sole aim to fast track and deliver all our projects with necessary deployment of resources,” said Ashish Jerath, Head of Sales, Emaar India.
The company, which is facing buyers’ complaints and protests due to delay in project completion, said: “At present almost 8,000 labourers are working at various sites of the developer, as against 500 in April 2016. “The company aims to increase this workforce to five figures in the near future at various projects including Palm Hills, Palm Garden and Palm Drive in the Gurgaon region.”
Emaar India has even started sharing project completion schedules with detailed timeline for achievement of specific milestones for all projects with its customers, and the same information is also available on its website, the statement said. Earlier this year, Dubai-based Emaar Properties and India’s MGF Development decided to end their 11-year-old joint venture through demerger of Emaar MGF Land Ltd into two separate entities.