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We build homes with the technology
that builds Stadiums.
German Formwork & Precast Technology.

Our structures are entirely built of reinforced concrete for which we use two methods & technologies for the fabrication.
The first method, In-Situ Concrete or Cast-In-Situ, refers to 'in position' or 'on site' construction wherein the concrete is poured into the 'in position' Formwork at the building site and then cured. We use Peri Formwork for this construction.
The second method we implement is Prefabrication or Precast , in which building components are manufactured in our central plant at Sainikpuri and later brought to the building site for assembly. We use Elematic Precast for this construction.


Cast-In-Situ Formwork

Precast Plant at Sainikpuri

The entire structure is
built of reinforced concrete
shear walls; no bricks.
Superior structural stability.

Contrary to the traditional point-load structures our uniform-load bearing structures of reinforced concrete make our homes structurally superior & sturdier.


Structural Load Distribution

Point Load Vs Uniform Load


Conventional Construction
With Concrete Columns & Brick Walls

In point-load structures the concrete columns and beams bear all the weight, while the non-load bearing brick walls do not contribute to the structural stability.

Cast-in-Situ or Precast Construction
With Concrete Shear Walls

In uniform-load bearing structures the weight is distributed uniformly throughout the concrete shear walls making our homes more stable & enduring.



The smooth concrete shear walls come with
conduits;Reduces the process by 30%

In Cast-In-Situ or Precast the concrete shear walls come with conduits and plastering, unlike the point load structures where the entire structure of columns & beams is built first and then come the brick walls, conduits, plastering, etc. one by one.



No Columns. No Beams.
No protrusions means
more space.

Since our structures are designed to uniformly distribute load among the reinforced concrete shear walls, there are zero protrusions like columns or beams; which typically interfere with the plans for home interiors. Ergo, more space and freedom to design the interiors.



Realisable Carpet Area : Maximised



floor plan with columns & beams


floor plan without columns or beams

Attention to detail.
To save you money.

  • Our consciously widened lightwells go all the way through to the ground floor to ensure natural light and ventilation, which reduces the cost of maintenance by 35%.
  • We make sure that the common areas are well planned to minimise any wastage of space or your money.
  • We lay special emphasis planning a utilitarian & ergonomic living space even in the smallest of homes, considering your day-to-day interaction with the essentials at home.
  • We make certain that the balconies are sized aptly to maximise the space in your actual living area, where you need it more.

Common Areas are proportioned as per actuals;
So you get a bigger house for the same amount.

Plinth Area is the total covered area of the apartment including the internal and external walls, while the carpet area means the area of your house where you can lay the carpet; it is the actual living space measured from wall to wall. What a home buyer actually pays for is the Super Built Up Area, which is Plinth Area plus a percent of Common Areas proportioned to every unit. As a rule of thumb, most builders calculate the Super Built Up Area by adding a loading factor of 25% to the Plinth Area. As a policy, Janapriya proportionates the common areas as per the actuals, which makes a difference of almost 10%, so you get a higher carpet area for the same amount.

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