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1. A Solution to Control Waste in Construction

With Lean techniques, there are cost savings by control of waste


2.Multiple issues, no easy solutions

No discussion about Mumbai’s notoriously land-starved real estate market is complete without mentioning the massive tracts of land held by various government and non-government agencies and bodies. Arguably, Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) is currently one of the largest landowners in the country’s otherwise land-scarce financial capital.


3.TÜV SÜD receives accreditation to certify RMC plants

Will assess production control criteria for RMC certification


4.Technology, big data trending in construction

Cause inefficient collaboration between stakeholders often leads losses


5.Is highway execution at risk in India?

800 km of highway execution estimated to be at risk this fiscal


6.Port sector attracts investment worth 36.128 billion

On the inaugural day of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2019, investment proposals attracted by the port and port-led development sector received investment intentions worth Rs 36.128 billion.


7.Sustainable remedies for infrastructure project delays

Key suggestions and recommendations from infrastructure stakeholders


8.Here’s analysing the Mumbai Development Plan 2034!

The much-awaited Development Plan (DP) 2034 of Mumbai is a mixed bag for stakeholders, as there are some forward looking provisions as well as some other areas of challenge.


9.Insights at bauma will further help us develop our future products, says Ajay Aneja, Brand Leader, CASE India

Bauma CONEXPO INDIA is regarded as the most sought after event of the construction equipment industry in the country, scheduled for December 11-14, 2018.


10.Fight for RERA to secure homebuyers’ interest!

Fight for RERA, a pressure group working to protect the interests of homebuyers, has requested the prime minister for an amendment to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, to safeguard interests of homebuyers. The group argues that companies should not be allowed to hide behind the code as homebuyers suffer.