Mr. Yatin Modashia, the principal consultant, Bachelor of Engineering from the L.D. College of Engineering, Gujarat University, passed in 1986 with specialization in machine designs. He is a student of Dr. N C Sonpal and MR B P Khatri who was a student of the great Vanvalkenberg. Mr. Modashia is a third generation electrical engineer whose grandfather and father were electrical engineers and performed as electrical contractors for their entire life in the textile mills, mainly the Lalbhai group. He cleared the GPSC (Gujarat Public Service Commission) exam while in the college campus and was appointed as a section officer, gazetted officer in the PWD (Roads and Building) by H.E. governor of Gujarat. Later worked as a Research and Development engineer for an Indian company established in collaboration with one of the largest bore well companies, Pleuger Germany. Later he worked as a Research and Development Engineer for Gujarat’s largest Multi disciplinary consulting company, SMPS Consultants. After working for four years he set up his own consulting company in the year 1992. Mr. Modashia later took special training in the field of lighting design and has performed for several projects giving the best inputs for lighting designs. While working for the project of ONGC, he took up an assignment with the BIS where in he challenged the formula for calculating the number of earth pits mentioned in the IS 3043 and received an acknowledgement letter from the Electro Technical director of the BIS. This helped in enormous saving of budget unnecessarily spent behind earthing installations. Mr. Modashia has acumen of carefully monitoring the techno commercial requirements of the project from the grass root level. He considers maintaining warm relationships with clients and the project team so as to achieve the best results. He is also performing as an honorary faculty for teaching building services in architectural college of Gujarat University. He occasionally delivers lectures to the engineer’s team for exchanging technical practices for large government organisation like the PIU (Project Implementation Unit).