Chandresh Shah CEO

Chandresh Shah has nearly three decades of experience in design, construction and management of various types of structures. He has hands-on experience in projects of all sizes and purposes - ranging from elite bungalows to apartment complexes to luxury hotels to towering commercial edifices.

He believes that there is no limit to what a motivated team can achieve using modern techniques. A firm believer in sustainable engineering, he draws inspiration from his constant research into the timeless achievements of engineering stalwarts. As a leader he always encourages disciplined ventures into the untried and untested.

A 1984 Bachelor of Engineering from National Institute of Technology (formerly known as Regional Engineering College) Tiruchirappalli, Chandresh was associated with several leading organisations. He was last associated with a reputed construction company as its Executive Director.



Yogendra Watave is a chartered accountant and has been active in the 25-year old family business of real estate in Belgaum, headed by his father Manohar Watave.

The Wataves have pioneered organised retail in Belgaum. They have promoted many residential and commercial ventures in Belgaum, including large bungalow layouts.

Personally, Yogendra loves to create “interesting spaces that are beautiful and functional.” His business philosophy is to do all to delight the customer and none to lose sleep over. An avid golfer, Yogendra loves to travel and photograph.



Prerna Shah often lets her deep interest in serving the needy overshadow her commercial acumen. A qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Prerna believes that social purpose can co-exist with business profit.

Prominent among her recent roles was setting up and heading, for four years, Vascon Moorthy Foundation to handle the corporate social responsibility initiatives of Vascon Engineers Ltd., a construction company. She planned and executed various welfare activities for the construction workers and their families, with special emphasis on their health and living conditions as well as education for their children. She also set up systems to monitor progress of these activities simultaneously on 40 sites across India.