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1.2011: 11 Big -ticket Projects

Infrastructure development is on a roll and India is ready to add a new chapter to its growth story. CW takes a look at the big ticket projects that will electrify the country in the coming year.


2.Redeveloping: the Need of the Hour

Demolishing and reconstructing old buildings is commonplace today. Edifice Erection Pvt Ltd throws light on the process of redevelopment and the players involved.


3.Below the Surface...

While one of the deepest raw drinking water tunnels in Asia is being constructed between Kapurbawdi and Bhandup complex, Shriyal Sethumadhavan steps into the Unity Infraprojects’ office to learn more about the project.


4.Creating better driveways

Lintech Infrastructure Pvt Ltd was incorporated in October 2013 and is engaged in manufacturing bituminous products such as MASTIC, DBM, AC etc.


5.Tenders will be floated soon for construction of small-scale waste treatment plants

Mumbai, the financial capital of India, is seeing a revival in its fortunes. With the economy on the upswing, there is a sense of expectation in the city of dreams. Its burgeoning population, along with its transient population


6.Promising Cities Seminar: KALYAN

On August 27, 2015, Smart Cities Council India held the third of its Promising Cities seminars in Kalyan, Maharashtra. Kalyani Patil, Honourable Mayor, Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC), the chief guest, addressed a gathering of urban development planners and experts from the construction industry


7.Mumbai’s 32 km coastal road is likely to get clearance soon: MCGM Chief

The traffic woes in Mumbai seem to be a never ending saga. But the solution to this could be a strong corridor. In this context, Ajoy Mehta, Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, at an interactive meeting at Indian Merchant Chambers in Mumbai yesterday, pointed out to the 32 km coastal highway, stating that, “It is likely to get clearance soon”.


8.Master Planner

Abbas Master, CEO, Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust (SBUT), finds his master implementer in Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, for India´s largest cluster redevelopment project.


9.MMR´s Mega Plan

With Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announcing his ambitious plans to transform Mumbai, CW highlights over 35 ongoing and upcoming project opportunities in the city for the building and infrastructure stakeholders.


10.The Plan for Mumbai

The Mumbai Development Plan (DP) rejects statism, reliance on artificially created scarcities to raise resources, the culture of obtrusive bureaucratic control and, ideological policy-making. It is based on a new liberal paradigm and favours simplicity.