Our firm has its beginnings in the year 1993 as Design Point. It was subsequently restructured as Design Point Vision India Consult Pvt. Ltd. to Design Point Consult Pvt. Ltd. accommodating all its various work spheres within similar setup. Originally founded as a consulting firm in the field of Architecture and Town Planning; DPC Pvt. Ltd. has grown to become a multidisciplinary design team due to its commitment to client service and quality design. Currently we are going through the process of consolidation and are truly poised towards International networking.
SCALE & RANGE OF PROJECTS
The planning and control of the construction, growth, and development of a town or other urban area.
Infrastructure is the basic physical systems of a business or nation. Transportation, communication, sewage, water and electric systems are all examples of infrastructure. These systems tend to be high-cost investments, however, they are vital to a country's economic development and prosperity.
Urban design is the process of shaping the physical setting for life in cities, towns and villages. It is the art of making places. It involves the design of buildings, groups of buildings, spaces and landscapes, and establishing the processes that make successful development possible.
To provide complete basic infrastructure to encourage economic growth through strategic development of roads to promote social upliftment and improvement of quality of life experienced by the people of Jaisingpur Identification of projects aimed at triggering urban development
The design shall be understood as an integrated study and research of various parameters of urban services, built environment, ecological and environmental criteria, and sensitive zones. The aim would be to achieve a sustainable solution. It will begin by establishing the priorities and defining the scope of work. The Master plan would generate a clear statement of purpose and intend within the defined parameters. It is also a prime issue to take a feedback from the emerging issues within the planning boundaries thus establishing strong concerns for the project proposal.