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1.Nagarjuna Construction Company (NCC)

Promoted by AVS Raju and his associates, NCC was incorporated on March 22, 1990.

2.Logistic Revolution

The state-of-the-art warehouses being built by Arshiya International and Tata BlueScope Steel will leverage the nation's vast domestic market and purchasing power parity.

3.National platform for green buildings

I appreciate the topics such as arbitration and update on green building technology. However, CW should dedicate certain pages entirely to the cause of green buildings.

4.India needs to grow on leasing

Hire My Machine is a portal for contractors or any machine owners or hirers. Idle machines can be put up on the portal where buyers or people who want to rent machines can view them at a charge involving minimal commission.

5.Fantastic issue

The January 2010 issue of CW was fantastic. Especially noteworthy were the cover story, the supplement on Commonwealth Games and the feature on Gujarat. They were not only interesting, but also informative.

6.JMC Projects bags housing contract worth Rs 355 cr

JMC Projects (India), a subsidiary of Kalpataru Power Transmission, has won an order worth Rs 355 crore from Provident Housing, a part of the Purvankara Group.

7.Verdict 2010

Has the Budget for FY 2010-11 done enough for the construction, building material and infrastructure sectors? CW compares the expectations and reactions of the industry.

8.Chemical Invasion

Buoyed by the prospect of tremendous growth, the construction chemicals industry in India is gearing up to meet the challenges ahead, writes Janaki Krishnamoorthi.

9.Modern formwork system is designed to minimise the operation

PERI was founded in 1969 and for years it has helped its clients improve their projects, save money, educate people, and get to a higher standard in Germany. PERI India was started in 2007 with just two people; today, it has 54. Jurgen Gnida

10.Green Ratings

A new report claims a distinct disconnect between the ratings of green buildings and their performance on ground. Is it merely teething trouble in a construction industry newly turning eco-conscious or is green becoming an excuse to get government