KICPL, as it stands today, began as a small partnership firm in the Aram Park area of New Delhi. Initially involved in a variety of contractual works for small and large scale projects, Jaikrishan Kokal and his team soon carved out a niche for themselves in the hospitality sector. Relocating to Pune in 1993, KICPL, then known as The Carpenters, saw a new beginning. Today with a seasoned team and set up spread across major cities, KICPL has grown to become a leading name in the furniture manufacturing industry in India.
Bringing concepts off drawing boards into reality by working closely with designers and architects alike, KICPL has to its credit the delivery of quality and timeless spaces for several luxury hotels in India. Our quality is derived from balancing contemporary manufacturing techniques and traditional construction. We insist upon a level of craft that endows our furniture with an unmistakable look and feel of luxury. From hand-selecting wood to matching veneers, each piece of furniture is carefully hand-finished by skilled team of artisans to deliver products of premier class and quality.
We strive to uphold the highest standards in everything we do, from concept to execution, from design drawings through product installation. Keeping in mind the strict timelines of big-scale projects, our in-house team of experts and highly skilled craftsmen, along with an industrious and dedicated site team enable us to deliver exceptional design solutions on time with lasting value.
Head of the cost centre as explained above is assisted by employees specializing in the area of his function related to the cost along with the participation of Finance Department. A Flow chart is devised which is then circulated amongst all the Functional Heads, keeping all the functional staff apprised of their activities.
Our highly experienced personnel take due care at all stages of execution of the work, starting with procurement, shop floor level and execution of the work at site so as to comply with the requirements of the clients as enumerated in the tender documents.
A co-ordination Committee of Departmental / functional Heads periodically meets to take stock of the various activities; corrective action is taken whenever so required. Financial and cost reports are vetted accordingly. Weekly meetings are conducted on intra–departmental and intra site / project basis and minutes of meetings of such meetings are sent to the Coordination Committee for their information, assessment, review and necessary action
Detailed cost budget is worked out on the basis of cost center allocated under wood and hardware procurement, carpentry, polishing and civil works heads by our highly experienced team. Each cost budget center is then assigned a budget allocation in terms of time and finance. Then the budget center is identified with each budget head that is expected to collect cost relevant to his Cost Centre and Report variance periodically