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1.Prefabricated and modular construction is a rising trend

The furnishing industry hasn’t had a lot of evolutions except for changes in styles, which is a given. However, one trailblasing method that has taken this industry by storm is the use of prefabricated and modular construction. For those incognizant of this phenomenon, prefabricated construction is the production of components in factories that are then transported to the final location and are only assembled on site.

2.Bridges require solutions to execution delays

Success of bridge projects depend on various complex and interlinked issues

3.Case Studies of Indian companies following Lean Construction

Success stories where construction companies in India have adopted Lean

4. Are Indian companies adapting to Lean construction for projects?

What are the barriers to successful implementation of Lean construction?

5.Wanted: Skilled Workers!

Skill development in construction is not a CSR, it is a pressing need

6.Boost for DMIC’s industrial smart cities

Aurangabad Industrial City draws Rs 36 bn investment from global investors

7.New guidelines to improve investment

The government has issued new guidelines for improving treasury investment for major ports in the country.

8.Meet India's Top Architects and Builders at the 12th CWAB Awards 2017

These words perfectly defined the 12th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Architect and Builder (CWAB) Awards, set across a purple backdrop at Hotel Four Seasons in Mumbai on August 23. The winners' Wall of Fame with the winners' autographs only added to the glamour.

9.Gujarat maintains top position as state with most investment potential

According to the State Investment Potential Index (N-SIPI 2017) released by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), Gujarat has maintained its top position in the list of states with the most investment potential. The report ranks states based on the investment climate and their competitiveness in business.

10.Construction cess of Rs 26,000 crore lying inactive with states

As per reports, the Minister for Labour and Employment, Bandaru Dattatreya, conveyed in a written Lok Sabha reply that nearly Rs 26,001.23 crore cess is lying idle with the state governments and Union Territories.