Mukund co-leads McKinsey's Capital Projects & Infrastructure Practice in Southeast Asia. He serves leading real estate players, infrastructure developers, principal investors, construction firms, government agencies, and state-owned enterprises. He has over a decade of experience across a variety of strategic, organizational and operational topics and has served clients across India, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
Mukund actively drives McKinsey’s global research into construction productivity and leads the firm’s global work in digital in construction and real estate, covering topics such as 5D BIM, digital mobility and collaboration solutions, and industrialized delivery systems for real estate and advanced analytics.
He is a frequent contributor to these topics, having spoken at conferences, including the Financial Times’ World Bank – Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit. He has also published regularly on these topics and has fostered collaboration between construction firms, owners, developers, and technology providers.
Prior to joining McKinsey, Mukund worked at the international projects division of a leading industrial-products company in Germany and in the manufacturing division of a leading industrial-products company in India.
“The construction industry has a productivity problem - and here's how to solve it,” MarketWatch, March 2017
“Reinventing construction through a productivity revolution,” McKinsey Global Institute, February 2017
"Industrialized delivery systems and the future of real estate," McKinsey Global Infrastructure Initiative, December 2016
"Digitsation matters in Singapore’s construction sector," The Business Times, October 19, 2016
"Imagining construction’s digital future," McKinsey & Company, June 2016
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
National Institute of Technology in India
Mechanical engineering (with high distinction)