Renosystem: Multifamily Unit Renovation Management  
  Authors : Sonal Kumavat; Sanskruti Pagar; Prathamesh Malpure


Renovating architecture includes repairing, painting, flooring, ceiling, electrical wiring, plumbing and many more. There are many contactors, group of employees and individual worker working on a particular unit, different units have different task. These units depend on each other, like painting should be done after plumbing and repairing. There are many such dependent tasks which should be completed within specific time as the project should be completed before a specific deadline or the firm will have to pay penalty clause that imposes a payment per day if the firms do not complete their activities or the project on time. If one unit causes delay in completing their task it will affect the whole project completion. If there is a proper interaction between every unit in the firm then these penalties can be avoided and project can be completed on or before time. This system communicates with everyone. Contractor knows about new added unit, the material suppliers knows when to order product and when to deliver it, the subcontractors knows when to do their work. There are daily reports and schedule. This keeps everyone on the same page and knowing what they need to do and when.


Published In : IJCAT Journal Volume 5, Issue 11

Date of Publication : November 2018

Pages : 165-170

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Publication Link :Renosystem: Multifamily Unit Renovation Management




SONAL DNYANESHWAR KUMAVAT : Sonal Kumavat have completed diploma in Computer Technology from Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE), india. She is currently studying in NDMVP college of Engineering obtaining Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology.

SANSKRUTI GORAKH PAGAR : Sanskruti Pagar is a student in NDMVP college of Engineering obtaining Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology.

PRATHAMESH ANIL MALPURE : Prathamesh Malpure is a student in NDMVP college of Engineering obtaining Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology.








Renovation system, Scheduling, End User License Agreement (EULA), Google API, Communication gap, UnitRooms















Renovation is very common these days but to complete the project before specified deadline challenging. This is because of less interaction among different units of the renovation firm. Due to delay in completion of project the firm have to pay penalties. This can be overcome we can design a system which will show all the ongoing activities on a single dashboard which will do automatic scheduling and will reduce communication gap among different units and there will be no blame game among them, each employee will be assigned daily tasks and the report will be generated and this way everyone will be on the same page.










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