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1.Awards in New York!

Every year, India’s Most Admired (construction and engineering) Companies are felicitated at the CW Annual Awards. But, this year, the awardees came to ASAPP’s infrastructure conference held on September 17, 2011 in New York (under its international ASPIRE brand)


2.Contract Awarded (Nov. 2014)

Contract value: Rs 1136.5 crore Particulars: Supply of coal plant equipment Alstom Bharat Forge Power Ltd has bagged a contract from NTPC for the supply of plant equipment for the Tanda coal power plant in Uttar Pradesh.


3.Manpower and Strategy

The engineering procurement and construction (EPC) services industry in India is faced with a large and unique opportunity owing to the galloping Indian economy and investments in public and industrial infrastructure. EPC companies in India


4.Beckoning Shores

The Indian ports sector is poised for major expansion but contractors taking on port expansion projects may face numerous challenges, discovers Charu Bahri.


5.Most Admired Companies: Essar Projects

Essar Projects (EPL) is the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) arm of the Essar Group, with over four decades of project management expertise in the execution of projects across multiple business sectors.


6.Building at Sea

Numerous port and harbour development projects getting underway are improving the range of equipment available for construction activities, says Charu Bahri.


7.Moving the Earth

Earthmoving equipment drives the construction equipment industry and propels the Indian construction industry. Charu Bahri digs deep to unearth the latest happenings in the segment.


8.Port of Plenty

While vendors are seeing the demand for a medley of port construction equipment chart an upwards trajectory, users are growing more discerning about their choice of product,


9.Essar Projects target Rs 50,000 cr in five years

To achieve its targeted re­venue of over Rs 50,000 crore in five years, Essar Projects is relying mainly on the expansion of its domestic steel cap­acity and related areas. The company registered around Rs 11,000 crore as turnover last year. Further, the minerals and metals busi­ness unit contributed Rs 2,900 crore, which is likely to cross Rs 10,000 crore in the five years, if Essar Projects' tur­nover exceeds Rs 50,000 crore.


10.On steely ground

Essar Projects recently handed over the 5 mtpa steel plant in Hazira to Essar Steel Ltd. “This project has reinforced the competence of Essar Projects as the premier EPC contactor,” said Alwyn Bowden, President & CEO, Essar Projects.


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