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1.Tekla Seminar on Reinforced Concrete (RCC) & Precast

Tekla India cordially invites you for a 2 city seminar on “Concrete and Precast Industry” being held at Hyderabad and Delhi on 23rd and 24th September 2014 respectively.

2.We have to work together; the era of mistrust has to move

ANIL SWARUP, Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India, and Guest of Honour and CW Man of the Year at the 12th CW Annual Awards 2014, highlights his journey of transparency and the need for the industry to find its achhe din.

3.All rounder

Bimal Hegde, CEO, Chartered Housing, joined the company in 2007. Under his leadership, Chartered Housing has introduced many fresh ideas and concepts, which have proved beneficial for the business.

4.New Era, New Approach

As the new government fixes its gaze on infrastructure, AECOM shifts its focus to integrated design approach, explain ASHISH RAKHEJA and YOHAAN CAMA.Democracy and political stability are important aspects for economic development.

5.Get-Ahead Solutions

CW finds out how appropriate software can help construction companies innovate, get a handle on problems and take corrective action without delay.

6.Tekla India

For almost 40 years, Tekla has been providing steel detailers and fabricators with innovative tools to get the job done more efficiently and accurately.

7.Be enthusiastic and involved, and ready to take calculated risks

She’s leaving the next day for her first trip to the World Economic Forum at Davos. But Anita Arjundas has agreed to make time for us - her response to our request, instant and enthusiastic.

8.Analyse this!

Technology has advanced to such an extent that software tools can now analyse energy levels and improve the sustainability of a design, and consequently, the building.

9.Building with Brains

The annual worldwide revenue for BIM products and services solutions is expected to grow from $1.8 billion in 2012 to almost $6.5 billion in 2020.

10.Kerala to spend Rs 10,710 cr for road development

For development of road network and infrastructure in the state, the Kerala government has earmarked Rs 10,710 crore for a plan to be implemented in the next three years, said the Minister for Public Works VK Ebrabim Kunju.