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Stirling Silver

The increase in demand for smart generators is compelling makers to push the envelope in terms of innovation by Jayashree Mendes India is a country of noise. Our trains, our vehicles, and even our equipment put out at public places must make their presence felt. If it is silent, then something must be wrong with it. In such a situation, when one hears that there kinds of equipment available, such as generat ...

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On the Front foot

After a three year lull, backhoe loaders are expected to see a pickup in business volumes by Shrikant Rao Across the Great Indian Dust Bowl the market for the good old tractor-digger, aka the backhoe, has fast begun to gather pace. After a two year lull in the construction and infrastructure sector which saw a slowdown in both scale and speed of project implementation, and a decline in construction equipmen ...

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True as Steel

The versatile alloy continues to prove its mettle in construction, a fact that is resonated by the industry’s dependence on it by Mitalee Kurdekar As one of the most vital tools for construction, steel enjoys a pride of place in the construction material hierarchy. Of course, the resilient alloy has earned that spot. Whether it is used for its load bearing quality or as cladding, for its sustainability feat ...

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Coming of Age

Two generations from five of India’s leading real estate & infrastructure companies give their account of evolving business conditions by Mitalee Kurdekar ABIL Avinash Bhosale, founder & chairman, ABIL Describe the industry when you started We ventured into the construction line in 1979. At that time, the construction industry was a very local business. Commercial projects were low in demand and the ...

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Wings of steel

Construction of PEBs in India is mounting as developers realise its advantages Imagine being able to deliver a building just three weeks after the drawings have been approved. Also imagine the joy of the developer when he can be ready for site bolting after having ‘assembled’ the building. None of these things are, of course, possible under the conventional method of construction. Much has been written abou ...

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On a High Note

High-rises are increasing business opportunities for the manufacturers of products that go into these buildings by MITALEE KURDEKAR With the Central and State Governments together planning on allocating Rs 10 billion to each selected smart city over a five-year-period, there will be ample opportunities ahead for high-rise development in these cities. Meanwhile, space constraints and a rising population in t ...

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Lofty Dreams

Kamal Kishore Gupta, chairman, and Babulal Varma, managing director, Omkar Realtors & Developers Pvt. Ltd, have together sculpted a dream career in real estate by MITALEE KUDEKAR Fortune, they say, favours the brave. Kamal Kishore Gupta, chairman, and Babulal Varma, managing director, Omkar Realtors & Developers Pvt. Ltd, are shining examples of this adage. The dynamic duo had a fortuitous start to ...

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Full Steam Ahead

Pennant Group’s MD, Christopher Fernandes, highlights how their products and solutions are catering to industry needs What are the trends that are reflected across MEP, and what products and solutions has Pennant developed recently? The mechanical characteristic of construction focuses on HVAC, whereas the electrical aspect focuses on supplying power to all the services in a building including lighting, app ...

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Buckets & BOOM lifts

In a segment formerly driven by the need for height, speed and productivity, strides are being made in safety and sustainability Just as the days of bamboo scaffolding are gone in all but the poorest parts of Asia, so increasingly too are the gung-ho aerial access machines that indeed offer access to height, and at speed, but little by way of safety. A few years ago it was perfectly common and normal for ae ...

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Better by design

The Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust (SBUT) is working hard at uplifting residents to live a better life and make the inhabitable-unsafe cluster hospitable by Jayashree Mendes I f one is serious about doing some corporal works of mercy, then visiting the sick, harbouring the harbourless, feeding the hungry and clothing the naked, would be part of one's routine. It is only then that one can feel and understan ...

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