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SCC India  A look at the opportunities in select mega infra projects - of over Rs 1,000 crore - that are unfolding pan India
India is acquiring quite the reputation for construction! Major infrastructure projects in the country that have been internationally lauded include the Metro Rail, Chenab Bridge, Qazigund Tunnel and Eastern Freeway along with the Golden Quadrilateral highway network, port connectivity and national waterways.

Jabalpur is working towards establishing better facilities such as a sewerage system and 24/7 water supply. Smart City CEO Gajendra Singh Nagesh shares more...
It was raining applause when Gajendra Singh Nagesh, Additional Commissioner, Jabalpur, and CEO, Jabalpur Smart City, walked the stage at the recently held 4th Smart Cities Summit at Pragati Maidan in Delhi

Here are the innovative building solutions that form the heart of Chinas tallest building - Shanghai Tower
Innovative solutions contribute to Shanghai Tower, the first super high-rise building with dual green building certifications in China. Shanghai Tower, Chinas tallest and most sustainable super high-rise building, includes several of Johnson Controls building technologies, contributing to its high energy-efficiency and its achievement of being the first green building in China certified with both LEED Gold and Three-Star Green Building Design Label.

Dont miss the four airports that would need to invest Rs 27,000 crore for expansion! (CRISIL estimates)
CRISIL Ratings estimates that airports in New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, which cater to nearly 55 per cent of India’s air traffic, and which are operating near-full capacity, will need to spend heavily on expansion through 2021. Yet, their credit quality will remain healthy because of business model strength backed by robust traffic growth and predictable cash flows under a regulated tariff framework.

Here is how Transit-Oriented Development can transform the future of Indian cities
Today, the scale of urbanisation in India is only 33 per cent, whereas the size of the urban population is about 429 million – much larger than that of many other countries, according to World Bank data. The fact that Indian cities are among the fastest-growing in the world is clearly evident from JLL’s recent Cities Momentum Index 2017 – a research report which identifies the world’s 30 most dynamic cities. Six out of 30 cities, namely Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai, are in India.

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