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1.Centre to invest in 7 new bullet train corridors

The Centre is planning to invest Rs 10 trillion in seven new bullet train projects.


2.What is Atal Tunnel?

At 9.02 km length, the tunnel will be one of the longest road tunnels in India.


3.Safety technology positively impacts efficiency

Implementing technology improves safety as well as efficiency.


4.GPS tracking of construction vehicle fleets is increasing profitability

A contractor’s brand and reputation depend on the cultural aspects of the company.


5.Saint-Gobain-Gyproc constructs 600-bed Covid facility

This was a part of the Gujarat government’s resolution to build Covid-19 facilities.


6.CWAB 2020: Building Stars since 15 years!

Recognising 43 winners from the architecture and building fraternity...


7.CWAB 2020: Building Stars since 15 years!

The 15th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Architect & Builder Awards recognises 43 winners from the Architects & Builders fraternity organised by FIRST Construction Council.


8.Definitive Agreements have been signed for the integration of Volvo Buses India business into VECV.

Agreements have been signed for the integration of Volvo Buses India business into VECV. They will cover the manufacture, assembly, distribution, and sale of the Volvo Buses in India, and other rights forming part of the business. Consequently, the bus manufacturing facility at Hosakote, Bengaluru, and all employees of Volvo Bus India (VBI) will be transferred to VECV. Volvo Bus India is currently a division of Volvo Group India (VGIPL).


9.Tekla helps BDA offer more carpet area

Construction technology helps complete project in time and budget.


10.A smart city entails end to end connectivity with a robust security system in place; Leaptor offers a range of products to meet the aforesaid objectives.

Urbanisation is now becoming the most happening global phenomenon. According to the United Nations report, about 68 per cent of the world's population will reside in urban areas by 2050. More and more people will be migrating to the metro region, putting more pressure on urban planning. Policymakers will need to optimise the management of their communities to create sustainable economic stability. We are living in the age of smart cities with rapid advancement of connected devices, software systems, and information communications technologies.


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