Rema Vaidyanathan

Rema Vaidyanathan is a member of the Indian Council of Architecture. She is also a Certified Project Management professional. As an architect, she has over 15 years of experience in architecture and interior design which includes 3 years at Infosys. She was involved in the design and project management of new Infosys campus projects across India.

She has worked at Venkataramanan Associates, an architectural firm in Bangalore where she was involved in the design of the World Bank building at Chennai. She has also worked at Thomas Associates and Centre for Design Excellence where she has designed various residential and commercial buildings. Rema Vaidyanathan currently operates independently under the firm name of INEIDOS.


  Madhuranath K V

Madhuranath K V has over 30 years of work experience. Worked with J. K. Panthaky & Co - constructed ore dressing Laboratory, N. Ramareddy & Co - Glass plant for Mysore lamps, Shankaranarayana Construction & Co - Chakra rock fill dam, G. J. Fernandez & Co - Raichur thermal power station, N. B. C. C. Ltd (A Govt. of India Enterprise) - Ramagundam super thermal power station, cement plant, Heavy water treatment plant, International Highway at Nepal and with Nikhil Construction Pvt Ltd member company of Prakash Road Lines Ltd. Well versed with land rules, regulation, plan sanction, statutory requirements of clearances from Govt. change of land use, constructed and sold apartments and villas. Joined Infosys as facilities in-charge maintenance of buildings in 1996 - served for more than 10 years in Infosys and was instrumental in constructing the campuses in Bangalore, Mysore, Pune and Hyderabad. Madhuranath is a trained PMCC professional with PGD in materials. Madhuranath has also coordinated building apartments for Infosys employees. Madhuranath resigned from Infosys in 2007, as Manager in-charge Infrastructure for Bangalore.
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