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1.Barrage of Praise!

Built at a cost of Rs 27.32 billion in 24 months, the Annaram Barrage of the KLIS project made use of secant piling in the cut-off foundation for the first time in the world in barrage construction.


2.Truck mounted boom pumps, stationary concrete pumps has shown good growth

The market for concrete equipment has been growing over the last few years, and given the focus on boosting India’s infrastructure...


3.Concreting solutions for India’s bridges

What makes concreting of bridges more challenging than normal concreting?


4.What makes concreting of bridges more challenging than normal concreting jobs?

While concreting of bridges bring unique challenges, various advanced concreting equipment and solutions can help overcome the same.


5.PNC INFRATECH | High on Equipment

With the current order book at Rs 80 billion, PNC Infratech's consolidated turnover in 2016-17 was Rs 22.9 billion. And, Yogesh Jain, Managing Director, PNC Infratech, is confident of a better turnover this year.


6.We develop new products keeping in mind the market and customers future needs

When we compare Indian infrastructure to the developed world, say Europe, we are much behind. So, we have to catch up fast. The government has already announced the Bharatmala programme, with about Rs 7 trillion investment in roads and highways itself.


7.Concreting Pioneer

Schwing Stetter India is the leader in manufacturing batching plants, concrete pumps, and transit mixers. With four manufacturing facilities in Chennai, it has the biggest facility for batching plants in South Asia. Schwing Stetter India manufactures a wide range of batching plants that can be broadly classified with respect to their design, batch size, material storage and mixer technology.


8.Through the IPO, we intend to raise about Rs.400 crore

Order book and utilisation plans: Our order book and the new orders that we receive have a significant effect on our future revenue. The company's order book as on January 31, 2017, was approximately Rs 4,049 crore. This includes commercial, residential and institutional buildings.


9.Here’s why 70 per cent in a tall building is spent on high quality materials

While high-rise buildings are gaining prominence in India, challenges in execution remain, especially with breaking the old rules of construction and limitations in introducing the latest technologies. For this, adopting the right materials in high-rise construction is of utmost importance


10.India’s Tall buildings | High on technologies and systems

According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), global stats for tall buildings set a new record: 106 skyscrapers rising 200 m or above completed in 2015. In fact, from 2010 to 2015, the number of ´supertalls´ has doubled. With increasing population, especially in developing countries, skyscrapers may well become the new normal. With Indian cities witnessing a surge of high-rise developments, CW features technologies and systems that are essential to build tall.