These innovations could put an end to the issue of time and cost overruns. February 2020
The article on page 112 (Fire Alarm) is well written. It will surely induce people to identify their faults and rectify them.
Ashok Kumar, Proprietor, Hermes Steel Enterprises Pvt Ltd.
Reading CW is a good way of updating oneself on all upcoming trends in the construction sector. I follow project and equipment updates closely. If you could cut down on the amount of advertisement and publish more interesting articles, it will be better.
Sameer Joshi, Project Planner, IDDC India Pvt Ltd.
One of the best magazines in the construction field. Everything in the magazine right from the updates to features, special reports and even the building materials prices are worth reading. Keep it up.
Ajaye Ruia, Director, Allstate Financial Services Group LLC.
More coverage on green buildings
Sections such as real estate updates, project updates, events, building material prices, etc, are some of my favorite areas. I would be interested in reading more on green building, environmental friendly materials, natural resources, etc that can be used in the construction and infrastructure sectors more efficiently. The magazine is professionally designed, which makes it even more attractive.
Deepesh Nagar, Marketing Incharge, Kirby Building Systems India Pvt Ltd.
National platform for green buildings
I appreciate the topics such as arbitration and update on green building technology. However, CW should dedicate certain pages entirely to the cause of green buildings and invite articles, along with technical information from IGBC-rated Building designs. Similarly, at least one article from an environmentalist regarding global warming awareness and solutions should be published. Similarly forms on various problems related to Development Control Regulations, National Building Code, etc should be framed and final discussions should be published. CW can take a lead in all these matters, on a national platform.
DL Naware, Architect-Valuer, Nagpur.
This Integrated Light Rail-based Urban Transit System will initially operate for 13 km from the capital city of Port Louis.. February 2020