Mumbai is among the top-five cities globally that will see the maximum addition to its office footprint in the next 18 months, according to a recent JLL report. Mumbai figures after Shanghai, Mexico City and Beijing – among 99 cities studied globally. The financial capital of India is expected to add up to 14 per cent of its current stock to grow its office footprint.
The Hotel Industry of India stands second only to China. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that presently India ranks 18th in Business Travel and is expected to be among the top 5 very soon. The Indian Government has approved 300 hotel projects, half of which are going to be in the Luxury Category.
Sanjay Londhe, Director & CEO-Projects, Ashoka Buildcon has received the prestigious award - ´Engineer of the Year 2014´ from The Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP) at an event in Beijing, China.
For cooperating in their road and transport sector, India and China are set to sign an agreement when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits Beijing in next October. Transport ministries of both countries have approved the details of the proposed agreement. Last year, India had reached out to Chinese infrastructure companies to invest in the road sector. Identified areas of cooperation include sharing best practices in road and bridge building technologies, policies, intelligent traffic system bes
Welcoming over 300 senior delegates from all over China's cement sector the 2013 China International Cement Conference got underway at the Hotel Nikko New Century in Beijing on April 25. Opening the meeting, Qiao Longde, president of the China Cement Association, highlighted some of the successes of the China cement industry, which in recent year has made dramatic strides in adopting more efficient production processes while eliminating backward production capacity.
Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, is currently undergoing construction for an extension. And working on this extension are three, 21 LC 400 Flat-Top cranes from Linden Comansa. The cranes are model 21 LC 400, with maximum load capacity of 18 tonne and a jib length of 80 m.
Sany unveiled the world's largest concrete boom at the BICES exhibition in Beijing this year. A seven section design, the truck-mounted unit has a maximum height of 86 m. Mounted on Sany's own nine-axle chassis,