Construction Technology Summit 2014

Highlights & Key Take Aways:

  • Asphalt related Technologies
  • Crusher equipment’s Technologies
  • Modern Construction Chemicals & Treatments
  • Modern Lifting Devices & Cranes
  • Earthmoving Equipments
  • Concrete & Material Handling Equipments
  • Project Planning & Management
  • Fund Raising & Cost Optimization
  • Risk Management & Insurance
  • Modern Structural Designing
  • Panel Discussion: “Emerging Needs & Technologies – towards Building a World Class City”




CII organized the Construction Technology Summit 2014 on 30th January 2014 at Vadodara.

The construction industry involves vast implementation of latest technology to bring the modern look, convenience factor and safety measures in residential, commercial, infrastructure projects. The latest construction equipment and techniques are more environmentally friendly and technologically sound allowing for increased productivity on challenging construction sites.

The Summit focused on emerging trends in modern construction technologies, specific strategies and implementation ideas, case studies & best practices of developing a culture through the various sessions which will highlight the processes involved in cost optimization, ROI, reducing & controlling best practices and eliminating hazards from the industries or industrial units and making the construction industry more efficient, Thus the theme was ‘Emerging Trends in Modern Construction Technologies – Strategies & Best Practices.

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Knowledge Resources
You will get access to following Knowledge Resources by subscribing to the Digital Library of this event.
Concrete Construction Equipment by Mr S Gladston, VP– Sales Support, KYB Conmat Pvt Ltd
Modern Construction Chemicals & Treatments by Mr Himanshu Agarwal, VP– Marketing, Zydex Industries
Fund Raising & Cost Optimization by Mr Sanjay Purbey, Head – Vadodara, ICICI Bank Ltd
Risk Management by Mr Juzer F Jawadwala, Executive Director, Xperitus Insurance Brokers Pvt Ltd
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