Govt of India prompts PEB a newer and faster construction technology
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Govt of India prompts PEB a newer and faster construction technology

The Indian construction industry, which consists of infrastructure, housing and real estate and industrial segments, has grown by leaps and bounds for the past two decades and accounts for over 9 per cent of India’s GDP. Quality of construction has also improved significantly over the last decade owing to increased exposure to global construction technologies and best practices. Project durations have become shorter with a special focus on safety standards. There is a shift from in-situ construction to factory–controlled, pre-engineered, high-quality construction. This has also changed the requirement of engineering, material and skills required for the construction industry.

Kirby India recognised this trend early and introduced the concept of pre-engineered steel building (PEB) construction technology in India in 1999. In PEB, customer requirements are custom-engineered and high-quality material is delivered to site in ready-to-erect condition where semi-skilled people assemble these components using cranes and other equipment for faster construction.

Pre-engineered steel building construction technology has been transformative, ensuring efficiency, quality, on-time project delivery and sustainability, says D RAJU.

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The Indian construction industry, which consists of infrastructure, housing and real estate and industrial segments, has grown by leaps and bounds for the past two decades and accounts for over 9 per cent of India’s GDP. Quality of construction has also improved significantly over the last decade owing to increased exposure to global construction technologies and best practices. Project durations have become shorter with a special focus on safety standards. There is a shift from in-situ construction to factory–controlled, pre-engineered, high-quality construction. This has also changed the requirement of engineering, material and skills required for the construction industry. Kirby India recognised this trend early and introduced the concept of pre-engineered steel building (PEB) construction technology in India in 1999. In PEB, customer requirements are custom-engineered and high-quality material is delivered to site in ready-to-erect condition where semi-skilled people assemble these components using cranes and other equipment for faster construction. Pre-engineered steel building construction technology has been transformative, ensuring efficiency, quality, on-time project delivery and sustainability, says D RAJU. Click here to read more...

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