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1.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.


2.Building at Sea

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


3.The segmental way

As part of the capacity enhancement programme of NH-7, the stretch from Hebbal to Devanahalli in Bengaluru was tendered out on BOT basis and the job was taken up by Hyderabad-based Navayuga Engineering Company.


4.Oceans of Opportunity

Construction, engineering and technology opportunities abound, perhaps more than there are takers for, unless some policies change. Opportunities in port development are expected to abound


5.Bouquets, Brickbats and a Wishlist

2016 promises to be remembered as the year of demonetisation. Certainly, the initiative has slowed project execution and the growth momentum. Contractors have been busy, making arrangements on site to open bank accounts for workers and switching to online payments for petty supplies. Want of upfront cash has also slowed down the movement of goods.


6.RECORD CONNECTOR

India recently inaugurated its longest river bridge - the 9.15 km Dhola-Sadiya bridge across river Lohit at the easternmost tip of Assam. Chinta Visweswara Rao, Chairman & Director, Navayuga Engineering Company, has been the pacemaker for the project, which is constructed as part of a PPP between MoRTH and his company.


7.Dhola-Sadiya| Welcoming India's longest river bridge!

India recently inaugurated its longest river bridge: The 9,150-m Dhola Sadiya Bridge across river Lohit at the easternmost tip of Assam. Notably, the project, constructed as part of a PPP between MoRTH and Navayuga Engineering Company, is 3.55 km longer than the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai.


8.Bridging the gap

India's longest river bridge - Bridging the gap between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh India recently inaugurated its longest river bridge: The 9.15-km Dhola-Sadiya Bridge across river Lohit in upper Assam.


9.At 10.3 km, the Hindon Elevated Road in Ghaziabad is among India's longest six-lane elevated roads. Here's more!

Here's another one of India's longest six-lane elevated roads: The Hindon Elevated Road was taken up by Ghaziabad Development Authority on a war footing and executed by Hyderabad-based Navayuga Engineering Company.


10.Navayuga Engineering eyes global market after bagging Guinness record

After securing the Guinness World Record for the largest continuous concrete pour at the Polavaram irrigation project, engineering and construction firm Navayuga Engineering Company (NEC) is planning to eye global markets with its world-class equipment and expertise in completing critical projects in a record time.