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Track maintenance module to detect rail fracture

November 2015

In order to prevent accidents due to track failures, Railways is coming out with a modern track maintenance module with a state-of-the-art technology...

Railways, Track failures, Modern track, State-of-the-art Technology, Rail bridges

Chandigarh International airport ready for flights

November 2015

Chandigarh International Airport, a subsidiary of Airports Authority of India, commenced all domestic scheduled and non scheduled flights from newly ...

Chandigarh International Airport, Airports Authority of India, Flights, Aero-bridges, Baggage Conveyors, Snack bars, Visitor Entry ticket counter

Essar Projects-Saipem JV bags KNPC contract

November 2015

Essar Projects said its joint venture with Italy-´s Saipem SpA has won a $1.57 billion order from Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) for settin...

Essar Projects, Saipem SpA, KNPC, Shiba Panda, Gianluca Mosca, Rajesh Gang, B Ravishankar, Procurement, Construction, Roads Bridges

Bridgestone India rolls out ‘Ecopia’range of tyres

November 2015

Bridgestone India announced the launch of its Ecopia EP150 and Ecopia EP850 for the passenger vehicle segment. The company claims that the newly-rang...

Bridgestone India, Ecopia EP150, Carbon Emissions, Japanese Tyre, SUVs, Unique Compounds, Cutting Edge, Fuel Efficiency, Low Rolling Resistance, Safety, Durability

Project indemnity could boost infra investment

November 2015

Emerging economies are heavily investing in infrastructure development for a positive economic growth trajectory. The current economic dynamics in In...

Infrastructure projects, Bridges, Ports, Railways, Roadways, Express Freight, OT charges, Escalation, Extended Maintenance Period, EAR, ALOP, CAR/EAR, Contractor´s plant & machinery, Construction Machinery, Equipment

Centre leapfrogs Uttarakhand govt on roads construction

November 2015

The Central Government will directly spend about Rs.12,000 crore to rebuild roads on Char Dham and Hemkund Saheb pilgrim routes in Uttarakhand which ...

Char Dham, Hemkund Saheb, Pilgrim Routes, Construction, Landslide Prone Zones, Tunnels, Bridges, Road Transport, National Highways, PK Maurya, Uttarakhand

Concrete Innovations

October 2015

Concrete is the most used manmade material in the world. In fact, it is used more than all other building materials combined, including wood, steel, ...

Concrete, Manmade material, Building materials, Cement production, Raw materials, ACC, OPC, HFC, GGBS, Roads, Bridges, Thermocrete, Jet Setcrete, UTWT 24, UTWT 8

Small, Strong and Resistant

September 2015

Hundred times smaller than cement, condensed silica fume is known to be durable and highly resistant to elevated temperatures, making its appropriate...

Condensed Silica Fume, CSF, Pozzolanic, Amorphous Material, Dr Karthikeyan Jayakumar, NIT-Trichy, Fiskaa Plant, Cement, Supplementary Cementitious Material, SCM, Metakaolin, Ferro-Silicon Alloy Industries, HPLWC, Buildings, Bridges
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