EXCON 2019 – South Asia’s largest construction equipment and construction technology trade fair organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) will demonstrate the role of smart technologies and next gen construction equipment in accelerating the growth of infrastructure in the country
The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project has now shifted into high gear as land allocations begin in smart cities that are taking shape on the ground, promising massive investments and job opportunities, and driving the Make in India mission.
A hanging marvel by Abhijit Rajan - that's what the recently inaugurated country's longest hanging bridge across river Chambal in Kota is! Rajan, Chairman & Managing Director, Gammon India, along with its JV partner South Korea's Hyundai Engineering, has been a strong pillar in ensuring execution of this project, which took as many as 10 years to be completed.
The Maharashtra Government and South Korea have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to boost cooperation for smart cities, airports, metros, roads and other similar infrastructure projects in the state.
For the past two years, Tata Projects has recorded a growth rate of over 30 per cent. (Given that we have a Rs 30,000-crore order backlog to date, we hope to continue with the same growth rate,says Vinayak K Deshpande, Managing Director, Tata Projects.
Ramboll has won the design and construction support contract for a GBP 1.6-billion, 22-km-long six-lane Mumbai Trans-Harbour road bridge in India. Ramboll will reportedly act as an advisor for the Indian and South Korean JV contractor Tata Projects-Daewoo.
The Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business of L&T Construction, along with its JV partner,Daewoo E&C of South Korea, has bagged a contract from the Bihar State Road Development Corporation for the design and construction of greenfield six-lane cable bridge over river Ganga in Patna.