The engineering procurement and construction (EPC) services industry in India is faced with a large and unique opportunity owing to the galloping Indian economy and investments in public and industrial infrastructure. EPC companies in India
With the target to train 3 lakh workers in the next fiscal out of the current 3.5 crore unskilled workers, the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is dreaming big. And, the Construction Skills Summit held last week in Mumbai unveiled the council's training plans for the next fiscal.
The rail ministry has invited an Expression of Interest (EoI) from companies for redevelopment of Surat railway station in Gujarat, as part of a larger drive to give a facelift to more than 400 major stations across the country.
How will the government make good on its promises in the Railway Budget considering the challenges that have traditionally hampered the development of railway infrastructure? CW examines the problems and offers possible solutions.
A study conducted by the Great Place To Work® Institute in the real estate industry showcases the five great workplaces in the sector. It also highlights how organisations can achieve business objectives by building better workplaces.
In May 2010, Mumbai-based Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) acquired a major interest in Switzerland-based Steiner AG. Hereon, Steiner India was formed to bring the expertise of the century-old Steiner AG to India.
Anil Chaudhry, Managing Director & Country President, Schneider Electric India, was conferred with the highest French civilian award, Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honour) for his significant and commendable contribution towards strengthening Indo-French relations through his association with French organisations.