Confident at achieving the target of building 30 km road per day by March 2016, the Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari wants to build a whopping 100 km roads a day.
With the depletion of natural resources around the globe, the demand for green buildings or environment friendly structures is on the rise.
Ever since the discovery of cooling effect of liquid evaporation by Benjamin Franklin and John Hadley, to the invention of air testing apparatus by Willis Carrier, the evolution of air conditioning has only been positive in terms of the invention itself.
Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), part of the apex industry body CII, announced its commitment to facilitate 10 billion square feet of registered green building footprint by 2022.
As the demand for housing is increasing every day, the demand for the construction also increases. This increase in the demand has given birth to many technologies, and therefore the challenges for companies to develop advanced technologies and machines for concrete pumping and mixing.
Precast industry in India is gaining momentum as a promising construction technique. Experts say that the use of such technology can save up to 64 per cent of time incurred in similar type of project executed with prevailing brick and mortar type of construction.
Indian construction industry which consists of infrastructure, housing and real estate, and industrial segments has grown by leaps and bounds for past decade and half and accounts for more than 9 per cent of India’s GDP.
Living up to its reputation of being the largest exhibition of its kind in South Asia, EXCON 2015 grabbed the global attention
Eicher Trucks and Buses launched Pro 8031XM 8x4 tipper with 330 HP with rock body and box body options for mining and Pro 6025T6x4 box body with 220 HP and RMC with 210 HP for construction sectors.
ExxonMobil Lubricants Pvt Ltd, a wholly-owned affiliate of Exxon Mobil Corporation, showcased its outstanding lubrication products and solutions for the construction equipment and mining industry.