Subhash Runwal, the Chairman of Runwal, a distinguished real estate firm renowned for its enduring legacy spanning more than forty years, has been lauded with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural RICS South Asia Awards. The RICS, a worldwide industry organization that represents professionals across diverse sectors, bestowed this honor upon him as a tribute to his remarkable dedication and remarkable accomplishments within the real estate industry.
Marking its debut awards ceremony, the event aimed to acknowledge both global and Indian achievements of paramount significance, showcasing a commitment to upholding the highest echelons of professionalism and ethical conduct within the realms of constructed and natural environments. This recognition serves as a testament to Runwal’s exceptional endeavors, outstanding milestones, and steadfast commitment to the advancement of the real estate domain.
Having been established in 1978, Runwal stands as one of Mumbai’s premier real estate developers, engaged in residential, commercial, and organized retail ventures for more than four decades. With an impressive track record of delivering 42+ projects and concurrently managing 24 ongoing projects, the company takes pride in fostering the satisfaction of over 35,000+ contented families. Throughout its journey, Runwal has consistently prioritized the “customer” as the central focal point in the conceptualization, planning, and construction of each project. This enduring legacy is underscored by the group’s accumulation of more than 35 awards over the years.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), a globally recognized professional body encompassing experts from various domains, initiated its inaugural awards event with the objective of celebrating remarkable achievements within both the global and Indian landscape. The event served as a platform to highlight exemplary instances of upholding the highest benchmarks of professionalism and ethical conduct by individuals and teams across diverse domains, spanning constructed and natural environments.