Proposed guidelines by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to control noise pollution at construction sites are expected to bring relief to city residents, As construction activities soar in the city of Mumbai, so does noise. Wherever you go, sounds of hammering, blasting and drilling assail you; this can even become a major health concern,
Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI), the most prominent body of real estate developers, recently urged the state government to remove the anomaly in Development Control Regulations to follow carpet area norms in the sale of flats.
Skid-steer loaders are not new to India or even to Case Construction Equipment, for that matter. ‘Bullet proof’ sums it up, as the company expands its product offerings with the launch of new-generation skid-steer loaders.
Residents all along the west coast of Mumbai are opposing the ambitious Mumbai Coastal Freeway, a new 35-km stretch from Marine Drive to Malad. The road proposal has been recommended by a joint technical committee headed by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation chief Subodh Kumar.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation plans to carry out roadwork worth a whopping Rs 529 crore in south Mumbai - more than half the amount the civic body spent on relaying roads across the entire city last year.
The failure of Mumbai's civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the richest in India, to attract reputed infrastructure companies to bid for its multi-crore road contracts, does not come as a surprise. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation(BMC) attempted to weed out dubious contractors with alleged political connections.
To claim the ownership of the ambitious western coastal road project the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is taking keen interest. BMC has issued a notice seeking expression of interest for appointing a consultant who will deal with the Central government on behalf of the BMC to get clearances for the project, estimated to be worth Rs 8,000 crore.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), after being slammed by the Comptroller Auditor General (CAG) for allowing cost variations in road projects without following mandatory procedure, has decided to alter its permission-granting procedures for road works without taking any direct step toward tackling the larger issue of cost escalations.