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1.Silence zone

Proposed guidelines by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to control noise pollution at construction sites are expected to bring relief to city residents, As construction activities soar in the city of Mumbai, so does noise. Wherever you go, sounds of hammering, blasting and drilling assail you; this can even become a major health concern,


2.Building with Technology

With a name like CONSTRUCTION WORLD, you'd be forgiven for thinking that our universe revolves only around bare bones like brick, mortar, steel and cement, not to forget the sweat and toil.


3.Concrete Pumps - An Attractive Option for Precast Operations

Bernd Maerkert, Head of Precast Concrete Applications, Putzmeister Concrete Pumps GmbH, Germany highlights the efficiency of concrete pumps and the available options in the industry.


4.Rightful honour

Helping his company to grow into a Rs 1,000 crore enterprise, Anand Sundaresan, Managing Director, Schwing Stetter India, is now reaping the benefits of his efforts as he was recently awarded with the


5.Our survival strategy is to be innovative.

A tryst with technology is this company's aim. Established in 1981, Aquarius Engineers has an impressive product line that includes concrete pumps, batching plants and slip-form pavers. Having launched seven new products at bC India 2013,


6.Ready (to Mix), Set, Go

RMC continues to trace a growth curve as players carve out new markets. India manufactures around 35-40 million cu m of concrete annually from around 1,000 ready-mix concrete (RMC)


7.KLEIN GmbH at Bauma

KLEIN GmbH will be present at bauma in the open area, booth no. 1006/1. The company will show the latest development in weight-optimised truck-mounted concrete pumps; concrete placing booms; mobile solar panel washers; pump systems for conveying tunnel overburden and for exact injecting mortar, thickend sludges, biomass and waste fuels.


8.We are interacting with OEMs to expand our network

I have been to Excon for the first time. I am very positive on this exhibition as so many people visited our stand with questions on real problems they are facing, looking for solutions to address these problems and exploring the opportunities.


9.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.


10.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