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What lies beneath is usually ignored – this is as true for construction as it is for life. While architects, buil-ders and developers receive their share of plaudits, the role of the civil engineer, who lies at the core of any project, often goes unrecognised.
With a track-record of profitability for almost 25 years, Roman Tarmat has established itself in the infrastructure pantheon with quality projects in highways, runways and other vital sectors.
Maharashtra Government will make compulsory the submission of building plan to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), based on carpet area (wall-to-wall area of the flat) only.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) was in the process of issuing a tender of Rs 1,000 crore for road repair work in Mumbai.
Developers in Mumbai rejoice as they are granted 25 per cent additional FSI in exchange for road development. But not everybody’s cheering.
Mumbai demands better monitoring of underground utilities and construction activities that affect soil formations under roads and footpaths.
The recent outbreak of chlorine at Sewri in Mumbai was the result of some operators using the site for importing empty chlorine cylinders and filling them for re-use, when some residual chlorine leaked out into the atmosphere.
Parking woes in Mumbai on the rise, as the government scraps its notification to provide additional FSI policy.
Chennai Metro Rail Ltd has signed a contract with Alstom Transport to supply 168 cars for the Chennai Metro. Alstom will supply 42 train-sets of four cars each.
With little or no unused land available for construction, developers in Mumbai are increasingly treading the redevelopment path. In any case, this is where the future of realty lies, according to most experts.