SIES Campus / 2002-2006
Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Vedic School
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Vedic School
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - Extensions
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology
SIES Campus / 2002-2006 - School of Packaging Technology

To view the initial development of the campus between 1995-2001, please click here.

The School of Vedic studies was built in 2003 on a site that abuts the main road. The programme was for classrooms for vedic instruction, dormitories for 48 students, teachers quarters and 28 rooms for retired teachers and seniors. The complex programme led to interesting spaces within the building. A large central courtyard permits ample light and cross ventilation for the rooms surrounding it. It also acts as an interactive space. A square meditation hall set in a circular enclosure is placed in the front of the two storeyed building. This makes the forecourt define the entrance effectively.

The School of Packaging Technology, built in 2006 was the last building in the campus. The requirements of accommodation were derived from an academic programme of teaching, research & analysis and testing in packaging technology. The building is three storeyed with a split level plan arising out of a lab with greater height. The building contains specialized labs, teaching spaces, seminar halls and an auditorium. Service verandahs are provided on the exterior faces in order to run utilities and for weather protection. The finishes in the building are in keeping with international standards. A bridge connects this building to the Graduate School of Technology.

In addition to the School of Packaging Technology in 2006, Extensions were made over the Canteen, School of Management; and a Ground + 3 stories Gymnasium was added to the side of the School of Management.

Consultants - Sharad Shah, Abhay Damle, R S Mandrekar
Contractors - Levka, Sabve Rohini, Skylark & Maruti Buildtech

Architects' Combine 1956