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1.4th IPF Industrial Excellence Awards

The recent awards ceremony in Mumbai lauded 19 SMEs from 16 cities.


2.Siemens to acquire C&S Electric for Rs 21 billion in India for electrification needs

Acquisition to address rising demand for low-voltage power distribution in India


3.Sweden-India Transport Innovation & Safety (SITIS) platform established

SITS aims to harness technology to bring down the more than 150,000 road fatalities in India each year


4.Tata Projects completes 1000-bed Medanta Hospital in Lucknow

This world-class hospital covers 1.4 million sq ft and will offer modern medical service


5.17th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards 2019

With 50 winners from India and across the globe, and over 300 attendees, industry stalwarts came together to celebrate victory.


6.17th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards

With about 50 awards announced recognising companies from India and across the globe, and a full house with about 350 attendees, the who’s who of the construction fraternity came together once again to celebrate victory. … October 15, ITC Maurya, New Delhi …


7.Meet the Jury

Nine industry experts came together in Mumbai on August 29, 2019, to deliberate upon India's Fastest Growing Construction Companies and the CW Person of the Year.


8.Jury meet | POWER-PACKED PANEL

Arriving at the winners for the CONSTRUCTION WORLD Awards has never been an easy task. This year, too, a panel of 11 eminent players from the industry came together on August 10 to discuss, deliberate upon and select our honour roll.


9.Can India bite into the $ 680-billion EPC market?

The Government has recognised that the economy is suffering and needs a strong booster dose - placebos just won't work. Today, all the ministers are brainstorming over revitalising the economy.


10.Urbanisation in the country leads to an increase in demand for elevators and escalators

Growing urbanisation and an increase in commercial and industrial spaces in the country has led to a revolutionary change in Tier-I and Tier-II cities of India. Cities once with buildings not more than three floors are now redeveloping into skyscrapers towering each other.


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