Mr. Ranbir S. Das possesses 39 years of project services delivery experience including 11 years of international experience. The experience covers over 500 projects of varying scale, domains & discipline. After working for several consulting firms in various countries for 18 years, He became an entrepreneur and is one of the founders & the Managing Director of Fairwood Group.
Mr. R. S. Das has a wide industrial, infrastructure and urbanisation experience ranging from agri-business, new city development, social infrastructure, energy business and transportation. Under his guidance, Fairwood has become pioneer in project configurations, in terms of component structuring, component scaling and technology adaptation across domains. He has directed projects ranging from micro scale to projects worth $15 bn.
His expertise can be categorized as project visioning & project structuring. He is an active member of the executive council of Green Growth Leaders in Copenhagen, a global alliance of cities, regions, countries and corporations, sharing a vision of building prosperous, green economies, communities and a better tomorrow for their citizens.
Mr. Nitin Kumar has been associated with Fairwood Group since 1999. He is currently handling multiple responsibilities as the Director and CEO of Fairwood PMC, CEO of Fairwood EPC and as Director of Fairwood Design. Before joining Fairwood, he has worked with Dalal Motts Mc Donald.
Mr. Kumar has a wide experience ranging from social infrastructure, Bridges, Residential, commercial and large scale Mix used Developments etc.. He is an excellent leader and is a visionary thinker that drives Fairwood’s growth in the real-estate sector and is the backbone behind company’s success.
Under his guidance, Fairwood has established itself as one of the leading Project Management Consultancy in the country. He is a Project Management expert in high-rise construction technologies. He has expertise in ISO processes. He has written several insightful articles ranging from contracting strategy, classification of cost estimates, high-rise construction, urban infrastructure etc.