Applying Experience to Win

GreenSpaces is an undertaking by the experienced management team of the Paharpur Business Centre & Software Technology Incubator Park (PBC) and GreenSpaces Properties Private Limited.

Established in 1990, PBC is a Government of India approved Infrastructure service provider and a private Software Technology Park (STP). It is one of the first fully serviced office spaces in the country, based on “Green building” and “instant office” concepts. It is rated by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Government of India as one of the healthiest buildings in Delhi to work in as published by their report of September 2008. PBC provides 50,000 square feet of office space in various modules and operates over 28 different support services employing over 550 people.

PBC is one of the most sought after commercial spaces in the National Capital Region (NCR) resulting in effective current lease rentals at 2x premiums over other Grade ‘A’ office spaces in the vicinity. Clients have included Canon, HP, Microsoft, Intel, Shell, 3M, KFC, Mobil, British Telecom, etc. The organisation was awarded the “Ethics is Good Business Award” from the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and received this award from the President of India in December 2005.

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About the Promoter
Kamal Meattle

Kamal Meattle
Promoter, GreenSpaces & Chief Executive Officer, Paharpur Business Centre

Kamal Meattle is a serial entrepreneur who has extensive experience in the packaging, papers, chemicals and real estate industries in India.

In 1990, he conceived the successful Paharpur Business Centre & Software Technology Incubator Park which is widely recognized as the leading provider of office facilities and related support services to multinational companies operating in Delhi, India. He also had the honor of receiving the PHD Chamber’s “Ethics is good business” award from President of India on behalf of the Paharpur Business Centre is 2005.

More recently, he has been passionate about and is deeply involved in conceptualizing the GreenSpaces Technology Park project which has a stated target goal of developing the world’s most energy efficient large scale commercial building in association with partners in the project such as GE & IBM. The target energy saving is 75%+ over a traditional grade “A” offie building.

As an avid environmentalist, he is the founder of several NGOs such as “Save the Tree Organization”, “Save Two Wheeler on Polluting Delhi” and “Nehru Place Greens.” He is also a trustee of “The Climate Project – India” which was established by Al Gore in India. He has also been featured in the MIT Technology Review as ‘The Mad Hatter of Nehru Place Greens’ and has presented at the TED Conference in USA on ‘How to Grow Your Own Fresh Air’.

Kamal is extensively involved in various industry organizations. He is on the Managing Committee of ASSOCHAM, is Chairman of the Northern Region of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, is an elected member of CII Delhi Committee, is a member of the Indian Green Building Council and also is currently an elected Board member of the MIT South Asian Alumni Association. He is a former member of the Governing Board of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi and the former national President of the Indo American chamber of Commerce and the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce.

Kamal holds a B. Sc. Degree from Joseph’s College, North Point, Darjeeling and an SM from the Sloan School of Management, MIT, USA. He also attended the Doon School in Dehra Doon, India. He was awarded a Life Time Achievement award by St. Joseph’s College in March 2007 and the MIT Distinguished Alumni Award in September 2007.