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1.Ahluwalia Contracts (India) bags new construction projects worth Rs 6.61 billion

Ahluwalia Contracts (India) has bagged orders worth Rs 6.61 billion for construction and electrical works in New Delhi and Haryana.


2.Benefits of multi-storeyed pre-engineered buildings

Steel frames are faster to erect than reinforced concrete frames


3.PEB vendors acquire rooftop solar solution expertise

Demand for solar-compatible PEB roofing systems on the rise


4.Who’s building in steel?

oday, PEB have gained diverse applications across various sectors


5.It’s big and growing bigger

The Indian PEB market takes on structures of greater height and complexity


6.Steeling The Show

Industry stalwarts forecast the demand for steel


7.Kirby Building Systems joins hands with Trimble to provide high quality PEB structures

Trimble Solutions India recently announced that Kirby Building Systems will further invest in Tekla Structures as its preferred Building Information Modeling (BIM) software. Kirby is a pioneer and global leader in pre-engineered steel buildings (PEB) industry and the company will use Tekla Structures to deliver ‘constructible’ projects that are accurate and cost-effective.


8.Defence to spend Rs 24, 000 crore on new construction technologies

A big push to the use of new construction technologies. A large chunk of the Defence Ministry’s total allocations for housing and other military infrastructure projects would be used for the adoption of new construction technologies.


9.Everest Constructs 4.5 lakh sq ft Auto Expo venue in record 180 Days

Everest Steel Building Solutions, the pre-engineered building division of Everest Industries Ltd, took just 180 days to build a 4.5 lakh sq ft world class exhibition centre from scratch to make India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida ready to host Auto Expo 2016 on time.


10.Warehousing space requirement: 9 per cent growth expected by 2019

Total warehousing space requirement in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9 per cent from 919 million sq ft in 2014 to 1,439 million sq ft by 2019. With this being the focus, Knight Frank India published The India Logistics & Warehousing Report 2014 on July 7, 2014.


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