While composite steel construction is preferred in industrial and commercial construction, steel is also gaining popularity in residential markets. Let’s delve into the many benefits of steel, which has led to its popularity in the construction industry
A license has been issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for setting up of a third airport in Odisha, in Rourkela. The decision is expected to pave way for connecting the steel city with the rest of the country.
Steel Authority of India (SAIL) has supplied around 20,000 tonne of steel for the 8.5-km-long priority stretch of the North-South Corridor of the Lucknow Metro Rail project, which will operate between Transport Nagar and Lucknow Charbagh Railway station.
Till July 2013, state-run firm Steel Authority of India (SAIL) invested Rs 42,101 crore out of the proposed Rs 61,870 crore it plans to spend on modernisation and expansion of its existing facilities. Through this investment, the company plans to raise its crude steel production capacity to 21.4 million tonne per annum (mn tpa) from 12.8 mn tpa now
In order to cater to the varied demands of market and also to raise sales, Union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma asked steel companies to innovate and manufacture products that can be used in households. The minister said this after inaugurating the steel pavilion at the India International Trade Fare (IITF) 2012. This year’s theme for the pavilion was ‘Skilling India’ which depic