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1.Concept for Construction

Design Build is a concept that is fast gaining ground in India as an efficient, effective way of maximising time and resources and streamlining project execution, as CW’s Roundtable discusses.


2.ACREX India 2019 sets a benchmark for HVAC&R industry

The three-day exhibition has emerged as an unparalleled benchmark for HVAC&R industry by facilitating opportunities for companies.


3.QCI and UL helps accelerate the development of a robust quality ecosystem for building 'Brand India'

Third edition of the Standards Roundtable provided industries with an unique platform to share feedback with the government to enhance global and local competitiveness through consensus-based standardisation in India


4.Affordable and efficient thermal comfort and water conservation are the way forward

The Mumbai Chapter of ISHRAE in association with the Mumbai chapter of Indian Plumbing Association and Mumbai chapter of Indian Green Building Council recently organised a seminar on ‘Advancements in Green Engineering’, which brought together nationally renowned industry players, consultants and industry experts on a single platform from the indian construction and infrastructure industries.


5.ACREX 2016 promotes ‘Make in India – Infinite Opportunities for HVAC&R and the Building Services Industry´

South Asia’s largest exhibition on air conditioning, ventilation, refrigerating and building services to be held in Mumbai will emphasise on the need for development of cold chain, related infrastructure and energy supply through PPP.


6.HVAC is seen as a nation-building industry

When you look at a conventional building and determine what consumes energy the most, you point to the Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVACs). A building needs constant supply of fresh air and heat management and that´s what an HVAC


7.India rejects phase-down of HFC gases

While the smart and green approach continues to be the way forward for most of India, the country has been rejecting the Montreal Protocol´s move of the phase-down of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) gases. The reasons: concerns over cost and availability of technology.


8.All upcoming building projects can achieve net-zero carbon footprint

Dipak Barma is a confident man. An alumnus of IIT-Kharagpur, Barma, the National President of the Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) has successfully designed and executed many prestigious


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