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1.We will share an extensive report with NHAI on proposed resolutions to impediments received from stakeholders

Pratap Padode, Founder & President, FIRST Construction Council, said at the recently concluded India Construction Festival 2019


The festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council in New Delhi from October 15-16, successfully brought together the public and private sector to discuss probable resolutions to impediments faced by the infrastructure sector.

3.Sustainable economic stimuli is the need of the hour

Affordable housing, mining, railways have gained prominence and the all-time favourite roads and highways sector is waiting for wings (in terms of finance) to fly.

4.17th 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 …

5.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.

6.India’s Fastest Growing Construction Companies Unveiled

The India Construction Festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council on October 15 and 16, 2019, comprised four sub-events: The India Roads Conference; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Leadership Summit; and the EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards. For more details on the conference sessions and speakers, log on to

7.The opportunity to build cities that last centuries is available to our current leaders

It has taken us 14 years to reach a time when a smart city event can been blended with an architect and builder awards programme.

8.Is India Getting Smarter?

CW takes a closer look at the country’s landmark Smart Cities Mission to assess its progress, successes and possible stumbling blocks.

9. MAKE IN STEEL 2019: Quality Standards to Uphold Sustainable Infrastructure

India has overtaken Japan to become the world’s second largest steel producer.

10.Quality Pays Off!

Ensuring good quality steel in infrastructure projects is the need of the hour! As the torchbearer of the construction and infrastructure sector, FIRST Construction Council organised a roundtable conference in association with Joint Plant Committee, Ministry of Steel, in Delhi on January 16, 2019, to take this agenda forward.