Mumbai: Mindspace Business Parks REIT owner and developer of quality Grade A office portfolio, is driving change in the commercial real estate ecosystem by adopting innovative practices, while prioritizing sustainability and operational efficiency, with the setting up of its Infrastructure Monitoring & Operations Centre (IMOC). Offering centralized control and real-time analytics for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) utilities, this system complements the integrated Building Management Systems (iBMS), leading to substantial reduction in energy and water consumption, while enhancing occupant experience. This initiative aligns perfectly with Mindspace Business Park REIT’s overarching purpose ‘to build sustainable ecosystems’.
The IMOC concept has also been successfully implemented across key projects in Mumbai Region, and Pune covering the business parks of Mindspace Airoli East, Mindspace Airoli West, and Gera Commerzone Kharadi. The primary objective of IMOC is to empower engineering operations with a comprehensive suite of integrated technological tools specifically designed for elevating execution efficiencies. IMOC provides centralized control, continuous monitoring, and advanced analytical capabilities tailored to suit expansive Grade A ecosystems that cater to clients round the clock.
Ramesh Nair, CEO, Mindspace Business Parks REIT, said, “Embracing the IMOC framework is more than just a tech upgrade for us – it’s about boosting our operational game and staying devoted to our key sustainability goals. Over 98.6% of our projects are already up to global Green Building standards and with this initiative, we’re not just sticking to the status quo; we’re aiming to lead the way in setting the benchmark for operational energy efficiency in our industry.”
The adoption of IMOC across these locations has streamlined operations, allowing for the optimization of man-hours while improving the precision and agility with which MEP utilities are managed. It also reduces the downtime and enhances the life cycle of the infrastructure that has been commissioned.