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Saint-Gobain Gyproc India launches Habito

10 July 2017 | News

Saint-Gobain Gyproc has worked on more than 15 projects in the healthcare sector including AIIMS, Narayana Hrudyalaya, Fortis, Columbia Asia to name a few.

Saint-Gobain India Pvt. Ltd-Gyproc Business recently announced the launch of Habito, its revolutionary gypsum board. It will create new benchmarks in Drywall solution by offering enhanced performance in load fixing strength, robustness and acoustics. This innovation is designed to give customers greater flexibility with their space and ease the process of loading on drywall.

Traditional building constructions have a massive impact on the environment. As urban construction is expected to rise, there will be an increase in demand for sustainable construction methods such as gypsum based drywalls. Habito the latest innovation of Gyproc India, will take the lead on sustainable habitat solutions in future combined with performance.

Commenting on the launch, Sudeep Kolte, VP Sales & Marketing at Gyproc India said that buildings and living spaces need to adapt to the changing requirements of their occupants, hence flexibility is critical. Habito Drywall has been created with a new standard of performance that delivers superior well-being to occupants as compared to traditional options like brick and block or ply.

Of all the sectors, the company typically deals with hotels, IT office spaces, hospitals, residential and retail. Saint-Gobain Gyproc has worked on more than 15 projects in the healthcare sector including AIIMS, Narayana Hrudyalaya, Fortis, Columbia Asia to name a few.

Sudeep Kolte mentioned that the company is planning on incorporating BIM or building information modeling for the future healthcare projects. BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. It will help in providing benefits to the various machines and equipment used in the hospitals.

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