Industrial Architect in Pune

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Services Related to Industrial Architect

Industry Design

Designing Industry as per the unit requirenment.

Warehouse Design

Designing of the warehouses required to store the material.

Hospital Architecture

Industry Permission

Getting Sanction from the approved authority to build the structure.

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1.    Know more about Industrial Architect                                     

Industrial buildings, directly or indirectly, are designed for the production of goods. In addition to the actual production buildings (preparation, manufacture, consignment, packaging) these are also warehouses (raw materials, finished products), technical and administration buildings and transport systems. The spectrum of production ranges from labor-intensive heavy industry to ‘smart’ low-emission and highly automated light industry. The requirements for the design are accordingly varied: if the traditional factory hall is little more than a tool, the requirements extend to ‘corporate identity’, from recognition value to sympathetic and communication oriented workplaces.There are various types of industrial construction, like Industrial building, Factories, Industrial shed, Godown. Etc.

2.     Design Rules for Industrial Construction

Industrial building design is very interesting projects to be involved in planning concept. While designing the Industrial buildings or factories, you should know objectives of client and ultimately the building itself. Be fit for the client’s needs. Most important, get the concept right which means, your thinking should be aesthetically aligned with objectives of the industries.  In addition, while designing industrial buildings or factories, you should always think from workers perspective. As nobody wants to work in a boring space, especially if it’s in manufacturing environment. Likewise, it’s more important to consider visual impact of the design. Above all, it’s very important to have flexibility built into plans.

3.    Cost required for Industrial design

The cost involve in the Industrial design are extraordinary high. Industrial design architect may charge the cost for Industrial design on lump sum basis or at the 5% of total cost for comprehensive architectural services.


4.     Various permissions required for Industries

The design of industrial buildings is subject to numerous laws,guidelines, standards and regulations.For Industrial construction various noc’s and building permissions are required. Local Bodies like, Pune Municipal Corporation, PMRDA, PCMC grant the permission for Industrial building. Whereas, Permission consist in various form of noc’s, for example, NA Order, Plinth Checking, Health Noc, Garbage Noc, Garden Noc, Water Noc, Drainage Noc, B-Form Etc. Foot2feet’s online services provides single window clearance work for industrial construction. Subsequently,  foot2feet’s expert team work from preparing approval drawings required for BCC, Plinth checking, fire and completion to  obtaining Plinth checking certificate, Commencement certificate,  NA Order, Getting Noc’s from various department like Garden, water, drainage, fire, or other as applicable, to Completion and occupancy certificate.


5.     Design Parameters involved in Industrial designs

Following factors involved in planning of industrial buildings:

  1. Administration: The following organizational relationships must be worked out before the planning of the industrial building which area can be developed. Like Reception room, Executive Area, Departments and/or Divisions, Private Offices in Each Department like accounting, bookkeeping, production, General Work Areas in Each Department, Special-Purpose Rooms/Areas like library Projection room Mail and shipping, Reproduction room Secretarial poolsT elephone equipment rooms Hospital areas PBX room–type of board, number of positions, IBM room, File room, Private toilets and showers, Stock and storage rooms, Rest rooms, Conference room
  1. Employee Facilities – Both the quantity and the quality of the product depend not only on the sequence, precision and efficiency of the factories, tools, and machines but on the proficiency, pride, and fitness-both mental and physical-of the personnel. Cafeteria and kitchen, Coffee lounges, Recreation areas (indoor and outdoor), Quiet lounges, Factory men’s and women’s lockers and toilets, Office men’s and women’s lockers and toilets Meeting rooms First Aid- and nurses station.
  1. Manufacturing: The trend toward automation has had a profound effect on plant design. Automation reduces employee density while increasing output. In terms of building area required,manufacturing space has diminished by some 50 percent in the last 10 years for the same process. Needless to say, productivity has increased. The following is a list of criteria for production-line evaluation
  1. Ease of flow of materials
  2. Degree of flexibility
  3. Ease of expansion
  4. Ease of personnel movement
  5. Ease of supervision
  6. Least initial investment
  7. Research and Central Facilities: In the modern plant areas for research (product development) and control, laboratories are a must. As the size of the plant-and, in turn,laboratory facilities-increases, a strong case can be made for separating the two, which are basically similar installations. In the case of chemical, pharmaceutical, and dermatological plants, adjacent to each research laboratory should be a pilot plant installation which can produce, on a smaller scale, simulated manufacturing processes.
  1. Warehousing: The warehouse is the first area to feel the growing pains and therefore must be designed supplier simplifies his materials handling problem, so he creates
  2. Internal Engineering: The single greatest error made in plant design is the placement of the internal engineering facilities. Invariably the inexperienced designer will centralize the heating and air-conditioning plant. But whet is today centralized may, tomorrow,be right smack in the middle of your expansion direction.


  1. External Engineering: By external engineering I mean all the out side utilities and storage facilities required for a plant to operate properly. Parking, truck docks,tank farms, sewerage disposal plants, electrical transformer pads, pumping stations, water storage facilities for sprinkler systems, and industrial waste disposal plants are a few of these requirements .


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