Infrastructure Planning & Designing articles


Egis celebrates new era in Indo-French relations with Leadership Summit

Egis celebrates new era in Indo-French relations with Leadership Summit

Egis in India is an integrated engineering and operation company that offers the dual advantage of French expertise and experience in integrated infrastructure development in over 100 countries. Its knowledge of more than two decades and understanding of the Indian markets make Egis the most suited company to offer end-to-end infrastructure solutions for a global

Midfield Terminal Building at the Abu Dhabi International Airport

Bentley Systems: Advancing Infrastructure

A building information modelling (BIM) strategy enables the integration of data-rich models and project information database to build a virtual representation of a project and all assets, and Bentley Systems is uniquely placed to deliver a truly BIM-enabled solution. In an email interaction, Harry Vitelli, Senior Vice President, Construction and Field, Project Delivery, Bentley Systems,

68 MLD Water treatment Plant, Hubli Dharwad, Karnataka

“Infrastructure has immense opportunities for growth’

SPML Infra Ltd, which focuses PPP as well as BOT projects for water and wastewater management, is the only infrastructure company of India that features in World’s Top 50 Private Water and Wastewater Companies. In an email conversation, Rishabh Sethi, Executive Director, SPML Infra Ltd, talks about the importance of PPP and BOT projects and

Construction Technology

Construction technology trends in 2015

Adaption of advanced construction technologies is becoming increasingly imperative owing to rapid pace of infrastructure development, tighter project completion schedules and acute paucity of skilled workers.

Up scaling Indian port infrastructure through foreign participation

Ravindra Gandhi reflects on the importance of container shipping to India’s international trade and economy, considering ways in which foreign participation might help drive modernisation that is required for the country’s supply chain. Promoting bi-lateral trade relations Majority of India’s foreign trade is conducted by sea leading to a rise in cargo traffic. According to