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1.Cementing The Future

Alok Sanghi, Director, Sanghi Industries Ltd, is a Business Management Graduate from Indiana University, USA. He looks after corporate and strategic affairs of the company and has explored several international markets for cement exports


2.Mending Fences

Aradhana Bhansali, Partner-Rajani, Singhania and Partners gives us an insight into dispute resolution in FIDIC-based PPP contracts.A JV operated through the partnership of government and private sector to carry out public service or a public project


3.Creating Equality

Hiral Sheth, Director-Marketing & Sales, Sheth Creators, majored in economics with a specialisation in marketing from Indiana University, Bloomington.


4.It’s Procurement Time - Vendor Alert

With the Government rolling out Rs 2 lakh crore worth of infrastructure projects and a vision to provide housing for all by 2022, opportunities are on the rise for vendors, suppliers and manufacturers of construction machinery, equipment and building materials.


5.Riding on Plastic

Bengaluru is successfully using plastic waste to lay stronger and smoother roads. And other cities are following suit, as Jayanthi Nararyan discovers.


6.Welspun energy commissions 3 solar rooftop Projects

Welspun Energy has commissioned three solar rooftop project in a record time, which includes Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur


7.UCMEL plans for Rs 60 cr expansion

Universal Construction Machinery & Equipment (UCMEL), a Pune-based construction equipment manufacturer, plans to spend Rs 60 crore for expanding its production capacity in the next 12 to 18 months.


8.Universal Construction plans Rs 30 cr expansion

Pune-based equipment manufacturer Universal Construction Machinery and Equipment is taking up expansion plans worth Rs 30 crore.


9.Breakthrough Cement

In what can be termed as truly breakthrough,discarded plastic bottles in combination with soil has been used to form a porous cement like substance, which is being touted as the construction material of the future.


10.The Bulldozers

Bulldozers once ruled the construction equipment scene. Although these robust, tanklike assemblies have been overshadowed a little since the arrival of multitaskers like hydraulic excavators, front loaders and backhoe loaders, they remain ubiquitous and popular.