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1.Tekla Seminar on Reinforced Concrete (RCC) & Precast

Tekla India cordially invites you for a 2 city seminar on “Concrete and Precast Industry” being held at Hyderabad and Delhi on 23rd and 24th September 2014 respectively.


2.Positive Reinforcement

Dr SHARAD MHAISKAR, Dean, Faculty of Technology, MPSTME, NMIMS, elaborates upon the design and construction of reinforced soil walls. Since the beginning of civilisation, man has been attempting to reinforce materials to construct efficient and economic structures.


3.Steady in the Sky

The tallest free-standing tower at 634 m, the Tokyo Skytree sets new standards in construction in a seismic zone. Japan´s Tokyo Skytree is an aptly named structure that houses an aquarium, planetarium, and 312 stores and restaurants.


4.Quick Fix

The Rapidwall technique comprises a superstructure of glass fibre-reinforced gypsum construction that is entirely based on prefabricated panels. IIT-Madras is playing host to a house on campus made with Rapidwall technology. Such panel-made houses have been adopted by many countries


5.Hettich Forum

A building with a neutral energy balance, the Hettich Forum is a shining example of sustainable, future-proof building design.


6.A Smooth Ride

Growth and infrastructure have an almost symbiotic relationship. And India being the growth driver, along with China, in recent times, the country's infrastructure is expected to grow manifold in the coming two decades.


7.Multifunctional Act

Wirtgen India recently launched two new products to its ever growing gamut of equipment. Wirtgen India, known for its wide range of paving equipment presents the latest SP 15 and SP 25 in its collection of pavers.


8.Tubular Track to work with Indian firm to lay rail tracks

A South African company, Tubular Track, has tied up with an Indian company to lay railway tracks without gravel.


9.The Sky’s the Limit

Rising to a height of 634 m, Tokyo Sky Tree Tower will serve to create a new age affluent community where people meet and communicate.


10.Building with Brains

The annual worldwide revenue for BIM products and services solutions is expected to grow from $1.8 billion in 2012 to almost $6.5 billion in 2020.