LONDON (PRWEB) November 30, 2019
Mr. Nick Low, British High Commissioner in Kolkata, visited Pinnacle InfoTech’s Headquarter in Durgapur. “I had a most enjoyable and interesting visit to Pinnacle InfoTech in Durgapur. I supervised the team working on sustainable urbanisation at the British Embassy in Beijing, so it was great to see an Indian company providing world-class Building Information Management solutions from Durgapur, from its office in the United Kingdom and from other locations across the globe. I was very grateful to have the opportunity to say a few words to Pinnacle’s staff, who impressed me hugely with their knowledge, enthusiasm and friendliness. Planting a commemorative tree in Pinnacle’s delightful gardens was the icing on the cake. I look forward to coming back to see its progress.”
British Deputy High Commissioner in Kolkata Mr. Nick Low visited Pinnacle InfoTech Durgapur Office on 24th October 2019. Mr. Bimal Patwari, CEO| Pinnacle InfoTech extended a warm welcome to Mr. Low to visit the state of the art campus of Pinnacle in Durgapur and to take part in Pinnacle’s Global Customer Meet.
Mr. Low interacted with UK Operation Head, David Brown and other delegates from UK who also came to take part in Pinnacle’s Global Customer Meet. He also visited the production floor and communicated with the UK BIM team of Pinnacle. He was very pleased seeing the work process that Pinnacle follows to work with UK clients. He was fascinated to know how Pinnacle specializes in BIM implementation to get complete control of construction projects in the UK.
According to him, Pinnacle InfoTech is strengthening bilateral business relationships between UK companies and India as UK construction experts and BIM professionals are working closely with the India team to build remarkable projects.
He addressed Pinnacle employees at the seminar hall and talked about the key role BIM will play in the evolution of more affordable housing, sustainable urbanisation and the advent of the Smart City. He emphasised that the UK is more than ever open to investment, students and visitors from overseas. The fundamentals of the UK economy remained strong despite headwinds from a slowing global economy. The UK had record numbers of people in work and had grown every year since 2010. He was optimistic that mainstreaming BIM into the construction industry would benefit the growth of the UK construction industry. After his speech, he interacted with the audience during a question-answer session.
He was amazed by the enthralling lush greenery of the Durgapur campus and before leaving he participated in a tree plantation program.