• Posts Tagged ‘Top Story’

    Patna Metro Rail will start from Airport

    by  • April 9, 2017 • Articles, Construction Information, Infrastructure & Project Focus, Patna Metro Rail Project, Rail Projects, Recent Construction News, Recent News for Civil Engineers • 0 Comments

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    Initiation of Patna Metro Rail Project It will be a rapid transit system in Patna. It will be constructed under PPP mode with the help of 12,000 crore. The Metro rail is expected to run on three routes by 2021. For First Phase – Routes 1A, 1B, 2 – i.e. Danapur to Mithapur Bypass...

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    Total Assistance of 550 Crore for Lucknow Metro Rail Project

    by  • January 5, 2017 • Articles, Construction Information, Editorial, India, Metro Rail, Rail Projects, Recent Construction News, Recent News for Civil Engineers • 0 Comments

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    Lucknow Metro Rail Project : LMRP Urban Development Ministry released Rs 250 crore for Lucknow Metro Rail project, a joint venture between central and Uttar Pradesh governments. The Ministry had released Rs 300 crore earlier this year, taking the total assistance provided to the Lucknow Metro to Rs 550 crore. Union Home Minister, Rajnath...

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    52000 crore Rail Infrastructure for Mumbai

    by  • December 14, 2016 • Articles, Editorial, Infrastructure & Project Focus, Rail Projects, Recent Construction News • 0 Comments

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    Rail Infrastructure project for Mumbai. Ensuring hassle-free transport facilities to the milling masses of the metropolitan city, the Centre has recently cleared a mega rail transport project at an investment of Rs. 52,000 crore. The project has been aimed at meeting the demands of the ever-growing commuter traffic due to the rapid urbanization of...

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    Indian Highway Projects increases to 1.40 lakh kilometer

    by  • November 13, 2016 • Articles, Editorial, Expert Lecture, India, Recent News for Civil Engineers • 0 Comments

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    In order to build the required road infrastructure both in the rural and urban areas of the country, the government has decided to increase the length of country’s highways from the current 1.05 lakh-km to 1.40 lakh-km. To achieve the laid down targets, it has also been decided to increase financing from the current...

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    PERT, CPM and Gantt Charts : Every thing you need to know as a civil engineer

    by  • April 4, 2014 • Articles, Big civil engineering projects, Civil Engineering Projects, Infrastructure & Project Focus • 1 Comment

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    PERT, CPM and Gantt Charts PERT – Program Evaluation and Review Technique Developed by Lockheed Corporation in participation with the US Navy Polaris Missile/Submarine Project in 1958 CPM – Critical Path Method developed by DuPont c.1958 WBS – Work Breakdown Structure A complete depiction of the entire task necessary to achieve successful project completion....

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    International Conference on Sustainable Civil Infrastructure (ICSCI 2014)

    by  • March 13, 2014 • Conference, Construction Information, Green Buildings, Infrastructure & Project Focus, Innovation & Green Building, News from ASCE, Recent News for Civil Engineers • 0 Comments

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    Dear Colleagues and Friends! Greetings from ASCE India Section! It is a great pleasure for us to inform you that an International Conference on Sustainable Civil Infrastructure (ICSCI 2014) is being organized by American Society of Civil Engineers and Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad on 17-18, October 2014 at Hyderabad. On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to invite...

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    The world’s tallest residential tower

    by  • February 6, 2014 • Top Story • 0 Comments

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    Work is underway to build the world’s tallest residential tower. In a video, Engineer Silvian Marcus, CEO of WSP Cantor Seinuk, explains how 432 Park Avenue in New York City is “one of the most fabulous, interesting and unique structures ever built” because of its design created by Rafael Viñoly. The tall but slender...

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    Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA)

    by  • January 20, 2014 • Construction Information, India, Recent Construction News, Recent News for Civil Engineers, Top Story • 0 Comments

    UAE Investment 2014 in India

    UAE inks $2bn infra investment agreement. With the inking of the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) agreement, which is aimed at boosting investments between India and the United Arab Emirates, the UAE is likely to invest a staggering sum worth $2 billion in the Indian infrastructure including port sector. A consortium, comprising...

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    Advantages and Merits of Pre Engineered Building Systems

    by  • December 21, 2013 • Articles, Structural Analysis • 0 Comments

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    There are many advantages of pre-engineered building systems, but all advantages lead to reduced construction time. Following are advantages of Pre-Engineered Building Systems: Reduced Construction Time: Due to the systems approach, the use of high strength steel, use of tapered built-up sections which are optimized by the computerized design program and the use of...

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    World of Concrete India – Plan Your Visit

    by  • October 11, 2013 • concrete, Construction Information, India, Recent Construction News, Recent News for Civil Engineers • 0 Comments

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    A Specialist event on concrete industry The premiere edition of World of Concrete India is dedicated for showcasing advanced technology, latest equipment and cost effective solutions for modernizing concrete industry in India. The concurrent conference ICI-IWC 2013, organized by Indian Concrete Institute will provide an exclusive oppor‎tunity to deliberate on challenges posed by concrete industry...

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