RPS Group wins Global Excellence awards
Under the housing segments, there is Savana (Group Housing) -Living with Nature and RPS Palms- Independent Floors.
In a glittering award ceremony held at Kamani Auditorium, RPS Group - the fastest growing conglomerate in the field of Real Estate and Infrastructure won the coveted Global Excellence Awards under the ‘Most promising developer of NCR’ for its diverse projects spread across NCR region.
With several successfully implemented projects, RPS Group has won industry and customer appreciation alike. Today, RPS is known for optimum utilization of space, maximum provision of utilities, elegant designs, modern architecture, quality control, timely completion, affordable price range for all their projects.
At the core of the RPS Group lies its desire of perfection and dedication to fulfill the commitments, with the aspiration of consumer satisfaction. RPS will roll-out projects in both housing and commercial segments. Under the housing segments, there is Savana (Group Housing) -Living with Nature and RPS Palms- Independent Floors.
Under the commercial segment there is a colossal RPS Oxy Park (IT Park) – the new age business destination. The Group is a perfect blend of trust and integrity. Clear vision, expertise and experience of its management in the Real Estate Sector since 1998 is behind the success of the Group. The Group has also successfully implemented several projects in Faridabad.
On receiving the award an elated Rakesh Gupta, Managing Director, RPS Group remarked “ I am overwhelmed on getting this award on behalf of RPS Group. Our company works relentlessly on the needs and desires of our precious clients by gifting them actual inhabitation rather than just dreams & hopes” The program was organized in association with Sur Aradhana enthralling the audience with mesmerizing music with singers such as Mohd Aziz & Vinod Rathod.
India Infoline Research Team / 08:44, Jun 26, 2015
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