The Indian conglomerate, the Hinduja Group, is gearing up to transform its iconic headquarters, the six-floor Hinduja House in Worli, Mumbai, overlooking the Arabian Sea, into a 32-storey tower in the next 3-4 years.
The Hinduja Group, which employs over 200,000 people across 11 sectors, relocated its headquarters from Iran to this building in the 1980s. The property covers nearly half an acre of prime land near the National Sports Complex of India and the Nehru Science Centre.
The company is currently in the process of appointing a leading architect and design firm to prepare the redevelopment plan for the new headquarters. This plan will likely incorporate sustainable and green building features aimed at integrating energy efficiency and water conservation into the design. Each floor will be designed with a specific theme, emphasizing agile workspaces.
Furthermore, the new headquarters will house all the offices of the group companies, including renewables, power, and cyber security, which are currently scattered across Mumbai, in addition to accommodating the existing businesses.
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