Construction This site gives an overview of the Construction Industry of India. Learn the nature, practices, training, acts and regulations and a lot more about the Indian Construction Industry.
Constructed Thoughts  •  Training Institutes  •  Nature of the Construction Industry  •  Acts and Regulations  •  Modern Building Construction Types  •  Associations and Council  •  Green Construction  •  Safe Construction Measures  •  Construction Loans  •  Glossary
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  • Low Rise Buildings
    The level of a country’s development is reflected by its infrastructure. The desperate need for infrastructure development has increased the demand of the construction industry.
    Safe Construction Measures
    In order to save the buildings from the various natural and man made hazards, emphasis is being laid on the design of the buildings.
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  • Effect of electrical conducts cables on the strength of structures
  • Nature of the Construction Industry
    Nature of construction IndustryThe activities of the construction industry include working on new structures as well as additions, alterations, and repairs to existing ones.
  • Working Conditions
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Construction Management
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  • Training Institutes
    National Academy of Construction in HyderabadA number of institutes in India provide courses related to various fields of construction. The National Academy of Construction, Hyderabad is one such institute.
  • National Academy Of Construction (NAC)
  • Aims & Objectives of Builders Associations
    The following associations and councils have contributed a lot in the development of the construction industry.
  • NBCC
  • CIDC
  • BAI
  • Other Organizations
  • Modern Building Construction Types
    Modern Building TypesIn the 1940s, it took 30 weeks and 2,400 hours of on-site labor to build a house. The average size for a new home was 800 square feet. Four decades later, construction time dropped to 8 weeks with only 800 on-site hours, while the average size had grown to 1,230 square feet.
  • Low Rise building
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  • Outlook of construction industry
    The following associations and councils have contributed a lot in the development of the construction industry.
    Construction Management
    The level of a country`s development is reflected by its infrastructure. The desperate need for infrastructure development has increased the demand of the construction industry.
    Construction Loans
    Construction loanConstruction loan is a short-term interim loan, for financing the cost of construction. The Lender advances funds to the builder in periodic intervals as the work progresses.
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