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1.Marriott to build a 26-storey hotel in 90 days

The 26-storey tower will rise 360 ft tall at 30th Street and 6th Avenue

2.Roofing and cladding: From asbestos to galvanised sheets

A material shift is clearly visible among developers and architects.

3.Integrating green solutions in roofing

Solar roofs can be used to create semi-open interactive spaces.

4.Risks emerging in roads; delays in financial tie-ups key monitorable

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a stable outlook for the construction sector for FY2020..

5.Panacea or Brief Pain Relief for Real Estate?

GST rate cut or not, GST-exempt ready-to-move draws maximum sales....

6.Execution to remain strong while awards likely to remain subdued in 2019

According to rating firm ICRA outlook for the road sector, while the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project executions may witness a temporary slowdown during the general elections; the build-operate-transfer (BOT) and hybrid annuity model (HAM) projects executions are expected to continue unabated.

7.Concerted effort on up-skilling of construction workers have contributed to our brand and business growth

During the year, we launched a new product - Everest Super - targeted at rural customers and priced at a 25 per cent premium to our regular cement roofing sheets.


Galvanised roofing sheets took over from asbestos for offering better resistance against corrosion, galvalume took over galvanised sheets for the same reason and, today, aluminium sheets have become more popular than galvalume, according to Vikram Sharma, Deputy General Manager-Marketing, Jindal Aluminium.

9.Value Engineering

The customer wanted a strong, durable, leak proof and aesthetically pleasing roof for its third manufacturing plant in Phaltan. The scope of work included design, manufacture, supply, project management and installation of new roof for this upcoming project.

10.Robust Roofing Solutions

The Indian roofing market is worth Rs 45,000 crore. Products of HIL, CK Birla's flagship company, cater to a segment that constitutes about 40 per cent of this or Rs 18,000 crore. This includes fibre cement sheets, metal roofing sheets, tiles and other similar substances.