Developed India is building with practical precast

“Indian construction industry is mature and has its set practices and systems. However, now precast building is really booming in India as it is becoming an acceptable technology,” confirms Mr. Chander Dutta, head of Service Masters, Elematic's representative for India.

There are several reasons for why precast building technology is rapidly gaining a foothold in the Indian market. First of all, socio-economic development means that the demand for affordable housing is increasing fast. The precast industry is currently concentrating on the “Affordable homes” concept. The Indian government is planning to provide subsidies for builders to meet the shortage of 25 million affordable apartment buildings. Precast is increasingly popular also for commercial projects.

Secondly, government regulations are changing in such a way that they favor precast because of its advantages compared to other building techniques; it is affordable, fast, and safe. The schedules are always tight in the construction business and precast makes it easier to stick to project timelines and eliminate unexpected interruptions in work.

From 2007 to November 2011, Elematic has sold six precast factories in India. Of these six, four are already fully operational. The first in line, VME Precast in Chennai, is already planning an expansion of its facilities to accommodate the increasing demand for precast products. VME produces hollow-core slabs, beams, columns, and wall panels. The current capacity is 200 000 m² of hollow core slabs per year, and doubling this up to 400 000 m² is already under negotiation. In Delhi, one of Elematic’s clients manufactures solid slabs, precast columns, and beams for an 18 000-unit apartment block.

Janapriya in Hyderabad has been manufacturing wall panels and staircases since October 2010 with a capacity of 250 000 m². The biggest unit so far, Amarapali in Noida, is currently under construction and due to be ready in March 2012, and will produce hollow-core slabs and wall panels with a capacity of 400 000 m². Elematic has also delivered precast factories for B.G. Shirke (solid slabs, 210 000 m²) in New Delhi and B.E. Billimoria (solid slabs, wall panels, staircases, lift shafts 200 000 m²) in Pune.

Practical precast meets nature’s requirements

India’s geographical position poses some challenges to the construction industry. Seismic activity is the most worrying natural threat the building industry has to take into careful consideration. The precast industry offers solutions that have been widely tested in real conditions. Precast is a safer and more durable option for building technology than some of the traditional methods that are still widely used.

The rainy season lasts for four months, creating additional challenges for the building project management. Precast parts can be manufactured in surroundings where the effects of rain and other weather conditions can be eliminated.

Precast technology has been proven to be a good solution for work safety. Like many other countries, India is also facing a shortage of skilled labor in the building industry. Precast is less labor-intensive. An additional advantage of precast is that during manufacturing and installation similar work-routines are repeated. This helps workers to learn and become more efficient, project after project.

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  • Bheemesh Chowdary.Kacharagadla wrote on 2012-26-06

    Precast technology current usage in India for Housing
    A recent our survey of house builders indicates and builders, civil engineers took awareness about precast design, life and flexibility that a range of precast concrete products is in common use within India house building. Some companies have a broad range of experience of precast and some have also studied the potential for panelized or volumetric precast in their designs for houses. The most popular use for precast concrete, however, is in components. This includes walls, beams, floors, columns, panels, & stairs. The benefits of such products for housing are well known. Items such as lintels and cills (The horizontal member that bears the upright portion of a frame, especially the horizontal member that forms the base of a window) are mainly stock items, available in standard sizes, often concealed after first/second fix and very economical when procured in quantity. However, in many instances, other elements of the house construction could also employ precast concrete components, such as walls, ground beams, structural frames, foundations and roofs. The potential to widen the market for precast into these areas is significant. The Future In general, there are three broad categories of use for precast concrete, namely components, panels & volumetric. At present, the house building market in the India is only really taking advantage of just the first of these options, and so the focus of this publication is on the latter two categories.
    Indian Civil Construction Companies focuses on the broader issues that could affect the take-up of precast in housing. The findings from recent surveys of the public, house builders and housing associations are presented. There is a body of opinion that supports the notion that traditional materials are the most appropriate and popular for new housing in the India, but there is also a growing interest in different styles and ways of living, particular in urban areas. The surveys presented here suggest that the India continues to prefer heavy weight construction. A discussion of the influence of other market drivers is given; from last five years Indian civil market report and sustainability could have significant impact on the way in which all housing is procured in the future. This Part of the report also contains an account of the current market success of other materials in the prefabricated housing sector.
    Indian Construction Market focuses on the use of precast concrete, and considers the history of precast concrete in housing. Clearly there is an argument that precast concrete has a (historical) reputation which to some extent continues to prejudice its use in housing. Reference is made to the current Indian market for precast products. The portfolio of products available both in the India and elsewhere are outlined, and an explanation of the basic types of precast concrete used in housing is also given. The examples of precast concrete from other EC countries show that there is market potential for the product in housing provided manufacturers promote sensible options to a well-informed market. There are clearly lessons to be learned from countries that use a higher proportion of industrialized housing than the India and here examines the key features of concrete in general, and precast concrete specifically. Fire resistance, thermal mass, acoustic insulation and durability are included together with a discussion of cost and value issues. Indeed, take-up of precast may ultimately depend on the balance of construction costs and added value. This difficult equation may need to be resolved on an individual project basis, thereby offering every house building client a bespoke package. For precast concrete to make inroads in the housing market, contractors and clients need to be made aware of the speed and quality benefits it offers, while owners and occupiers need to be made aware of the performance benefits over time such as thermal mass. Other considerations such as services integration and adaptability are related to the future needs of occupants, and procurement strategies are noted. Manchukonda Prakasham Industries India Private Limited official people says next two years they planned to establish precast plant in India and it is one of the Indian largest prestressed concrete product manufacturing company. Next ten years almost all Indian construction companies entered into precast industry.

  • Sudeep wrote on 2012-27-07

    request to update on developments in precast in housing segment asassessing the market potential and its feasibility.

  • y.s.suman babu wrote on 2012-30-07

    please send the information to my mail

  • saurabh khanna wrote on 2012-01-08

    Hi, i found this very helpful and useful.
    I would like to know more about the precast industry and its evolution in India.
    can you please email me some more information along with Mr Bheemesh Chowdary's findings.
    thank you

  • precast buildings are the future in india. wrote on 2012-06-08

    can i have design concept & detai;ls

  • IQBAL wrote on 2012-18-08

    can i have design concept & detai;ls. pls send us the advantage and disadvange of precast buildings.
    please send the information to my mail

  • Sudeep wrote on 2012-27-08

    Dear Mr Bheemesh, What is the perception in India about precast housing as it is being used in affordable or low cost housing and not in higher cost housing.I feel this wud get popular with standarisation so what is the role of industry and Govt in this direction. As a start up who is not in to construction, what should be the entry strategy. Seek your inputs.

  • Ahmed Khan wrote on 2012-08-09

    we have the complete solutions for Precast, do refer www.avermann.com for info or you'll can email me on ahmed@protoolsme.com


    Ahmed

  • karunanithi wrote on 2012-16-09

    i Think ech you have mentioned only the elematic plant s ,Wat abt the echo

  • Prakash Shah wrote on 2012-08-10

    The essence of use of precast prestressed concrete system is architectural flexibility, superior quality, very less labour requirement, ease of construction at site, virtually no wastage of natural resources, environmentally sustainable solution, negligible maintenance etc. at the same time economical life cycle cost.

    Construction Industry in India is growing very rapidly since last 7-8 years. Besides need of rapid construction, scale of projects is also increased multi-fold. With higher needs of construction, we are facing considerable shortage of labour at construction sites. With urbanisation, there is been demand of aesthetics, architectural flexibility and quality of construction.

    Mechanisation of construction industry is the only solution to cater the above needs. And Precast Concrete Technology is the best suited solution for our current requirement and future needs.

    Broadly, precast concrete configuration for buildings are categorised in two ways, column-beam frame structure or wall-frame structure with prestressed precast slabs. For commercial and industrial structures, requiring wall free large spaces, column-beam frame structure is commonly implemented. While for residential buildings, aesthetic point of view and make use of available essential walls, wall-frame structure is commonly deployed.

    For buildings, main structural components are precast column, prestressed precast beams, prestressed precast slabs (either hollowcore or solid slabs), reinforced concrete precast structural walls and non-load bearing partition walls.

    Mass of structure is critical in context of seismicity in India. The mass of structure contributes to the lateral forces and adds up to the stresses, leading to uneconomical designs. With implementation of prestressed precast components and slender members, the mass of structure is controlled and overall economic design and material savings is achieved. Structural configuration for stability and integrity of precast concrete structure in seismic regions shall be evaluated meticulously. Undoubtedly, precast concrete structures can be used in high seismic conditions and we have vast implementation of technology in all high seismic conditions right from West USA, Taiwan, New Zealand, Korea etc.

    We have successfully brought precast concrete technology in India with composite and complete precast structures been constructed in India. We have precast plants India from Elematic technology for production of all structural components viz. walls (sandwich panels and solid concrete), prestressed slabs (hollowcore and solid), column, prestressed beams, staircase etc. These precast plants are tailor made to the client’s need and projects they execute.

    DDIPL provides complete technology support from concept design, precast concrete configuration and element requirements, precast plant requirement and commissioning of plant, training of staff for plant operations and execution of buildings. We provide complete engineering solutions for residential, commercial and industrial buildings, having team of experts in precast concrete technology.

    We have already implemented precast concrete technology for residential buildings (2 Basement + 10 storey), process industry (15,000 sq.m.), commercial malls (20,000 sq.m.), hostel buildings (17,000 sq.m.) etc. Part of these precast structures are been constructed in NCR with high seismic zone IV of India.

    Elematic is one-stop-supplier of the technology. It is world leader in precast concrete technology and you get complete solution related to precast concrete technology under one roof.

    Mechanisation of construction industry is the solution for Indian needs and Precast Concrete Technology is the best suited technology.

  • Debashish Roy wrote on 2012-19-10

    We are a German MNC (Vollert India Pvt. Ltd.)and are world leaders in Precast technology. The parent company is Vollert Anlagenbau GmbH. We have supplied Circulation System in Pune to Precast India (JV of Panchshil + Bhate & Raje). You can get back to us for any precast issues and equipments.

  • joseph monteiro wrote on 2012-25-10

    its just great to note

  • sampath raykar wrote on 2012-20-11

    can i have a price chart? and details of this technology? im planning to build a uniqe house at SIRSI KARNATAKA

  • Kaartik.K.Verma wrote on 2012-18-12

    Can you pl.sent the details of buildings encluding actual Photos,layout plans and prices for Patna and oblge.I also want to know about your marketing stratg.

  • yogarajan wrote on 2012-22-12

    can u please email me what are the problems arrive while erecting precast structure in site? and i want to know about it's lateral load bearing capacity

  • Keerthan wrote on 2013-07-01

    I worked in this field in Qatar after my graduation from nitk surathkal as a factory engineer for 3 yrs. Now I am pursuing an MBA in Operations Management as many people have approached me to set up a Precast factory. In Doha,Qatar we were producing wall panels,Hollow core, Facades, boundary walls, decorative concrete products, beams, columns, and many others. Precast is very very fast if you get the planing right. Time saves money and you save a lot of money. Here the important thing is not is not only just for affordable housing but you can go for any other typical projects as well. Some main advantages include Saving time(You will save a hell lot of time), Money cos of design flexibilities and use of hollow core and insulated panels that reduce your weight on the overall structure and so u can alter your foundation designs. Usage of hollow core reduces ur need for more concrete as it is hollow. Hollow core is a wonder product in precast. It is basically a slab of 1.2m width and length varies. There are thickenss which ranges from 150mm(may be even less) to sometimes as thick as 500mm depending upon the specifications of the extruder machine. Since it is prestressed it has longer span( very imp) can take more loads and ur need for columns can be reduced in area like car parks and halls. Hollow cores can be used a boundary walls and has many applications. Quality control will be very good as the elements are done in the factory environment with very good quality control and limited human interaction. Some of the disadvantages in india could be, access to cranes for erection, transportation of elements in trucks within city,knowledge of design(not much different) knowledge of the product etc. To summarise this will be a big success in india as these days we have problems with completion time, labor and quality. Right now it is best to concentrate on Mass housing and villa projects.

  • Moti Ram Sahgal wrote on 2013-23-01

    I want to know the details of precast building items and comparative prices in north India (Roorkee area)

  • Ramesh Rath wrote on 2013-10-02

    I have an urgent Slum Rehabilitation project pilot in East India of around 1000 dwelling units. It will be followed by many such requirements. I am interested to use Precast technology to expedite the construction apart from its other benefits. I want to work with any manufacturer/ builder who can provide design as well as execution services/support. Interested parties may please rush the details ASAP.

  • Dharmesh Kamdar wrote on 2013-21-02

    We r a construction Co.based at Aurangabad(M.S)with upcoming low budget housing project.Would like to visit site where ure products hv bn used, at Aurangabad.Pl mail us details with contact no.s,if any,at Aurangabad or nearest to Aurangabad.

  • prasad c A wrote on 2013-28-02

    PEPSCON 2013, the National Seminar on Pre Engineered and Precast Concrete Structures is being held at Hotel Taj Deccan, Hyderabad on 8th and 9th march 2013. The details about the Conference is at the following link:
    www.buildnova.com/buildnovav3/pepscon2013/home.htm , Contact:9700159325

  • Y prabhukumar wrote on 2013-28-04

    Dear sir :-
    tell me cost of SQMT & cost of 22X16Sqmt only coloum @ slab or only slab . send me contact number for more information .

  • Habeebur Rahaman wrote on 2013-01-06

    I have executed and involved in diff types precast construction in midleeast and worked on projects as well. visited many machinery manufactureres and precast plants, i wish to venture in to a project in south India i am already holding land and expertise to execute i would like to know the market pottential and how feasablty of the project in India (South)

  • arjun wrote on 2013-20-06

    can i have a price chart? and details of this technology? im planning to build a unique building at pune

  • arjun wrote on 2013-20-06

    can i have a price chart? and details of this technology? im planning to build a unique building at pune

  • MANAS KUMAR SARKAR wrote on 2013-27-06

    WE NEED TO CONSTRUCT SALES BLOCK IN RETAIL OUTLET (PETROL PUMPS). THE SIZES OF BUILDINGS VARIES. HOWEVER RURAL PUMPS REQUIRE SIZE OF 7M x 5M x 3M(HT). WILL IT BE ECONOMICAL OVER NORMAL CBW / RCC STRUCTURE.

  • hitesh, wrote on 2013-29-06

    I have every info.about it even exclusiv.iwant establish establish in rajasthan.but I need financial asst round abt 7to10cr.if every bdy intrested than contat 2 me on 7665150000

  • hitesh, wrote on 2013-29-06

    I have every info.about it even exclusiv.iwant establish establish in rajasthan.but I need financial asst round abt 7to10cr.if every bdy intrested than contat 2 me on 7665150000

  • hitesh, wrote on 2013-29-06

    I have every info.about it even exclusiv.iwant establish establish in rajasthan.but I need financial asst round abt 7to10cr.if every bdy intrested than contat 2 me on 7665150000

  • yellamelli srinivas wrote on 2013-30-06

    Hi sir
    I want to construct building by using precast method at rajahmundry for 3000 soft
    Is it beneficial for me
    Please suggest me
    Then what premeasres or precautions to be taken
    Thanks n regards
    Byr

  • s r pillai wrote on 2013-18-07

    I involved a mass precast housing project in Saudi Arabia.Please let me know any seminar related this in India in nearby

  • sreedhar wrote on 2013-05-08

    would like to learn on the investment break up to set up a medium size plant in Hyderabad. would be thankful, if any body respond to this

  • Latha balu wrote on 2013-14-08

    I am planning to build a cottage at coonoor nil girls,please give me some contacts for prefabricated home

  • Dhayalan wrote on 2013-12-09

    For construction in city limits precast technology will be the best option. But I think erection of precast units require more space for crane movement. So precast structures may not be economical in such areas. If there is any option for light weight precast units with required strength, it will be good.

  • ranjeeta raikar wrote on 2013-20-09

    can i know the recent developments in prefabrication

  • ranjeeta raikar wrote on 2013-20-09

    can i know the recent developments in prefabrication

  • mvv prasadarao wrote on 2013-20-09

    intend to construct a house in vijayawada south India in 240 sq yards.want to know the firms undertaking the works and its cost details.

  • Ajit S Tembe wrote on 2013-28-09

    From : V. Ranganathan (Former Chief Secretary – Maharashtra), Convener, CONSTRUTECH India 2013 & Dr. M. Ramachandran (Former Secretary – Urban Development), & Sitram Kunte, Municipal Comissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.
    To : The Managing Director, PRECAST INDUSTRIES SOLUTIONS.

    Dear Sir / Mam,

    Dear Mr. Abhinandan ,

    We thank you very much for showing your interest in 15th (Annual) CONSTRUTECH India 2013 and your confirmation for supporting our show.

    You will be pleased to know that India-Tech Secretariat- with the guidance and support of several leading organizations, both in Govt. and Pvt Sector - such as, The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, , Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation, National Building & Construction Corporation, MSRDC, MHADA , MIDC , Jindal Steel & Power Limited and several others - has drawn up a very focused program for the 2-day National Convention : CONSTRUTECH India 2013, which is enclosed for your kind information. (CT-13).

    As you are aware, Infrastructure & Construction Related Sectors have been facing several challenges, such as, Land Acquisition, Fuel Options etc. Now that the Govt. of India has announced several new initiatives, the Industry certainly feels more confident. However, the Industry desires that this National Convention should be postponed by atleast 15-20 days to help it absorb the finer aspects of these initiatives.

    In view of the above, we propose to postpone this National Convention to 23rd & 24th October 2013, in Mumbai. With this change of dates, we hope you will be able to get greater response from Indian Industry. We request you to bear with us on account of this delay / postponement. However, the same is being carried out with your interest in mind.

    Please feel free to call / write back in case of any doubts / queries.

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  • D. Mukerjee wrote on 2013-06-10

    We have been appointed as exclusive agent with an International patent company for prefabricated lightweight wall panel for India with Sales and Marketing of Production Line, Manufacturing of Lightweight Precast & Prefabricated wall Panel etc. Any body to intrested to invest may contact me on debrato@rediffmail.com

  • Jagdish c. Nijhawan wrote on 2013-15-11

    Can any one send me a list of precast/prestressed concrete. Manufacturers in India? I am a consultant specializing in precast technology in USA.

  • S S BISHT wrote on 2013-02-12

    approx. construction cost of 1200 sq feet house in dehradun

  • Anil V Dhapare wrote on 2013-10-12

    urgent requirement of prefabricated concrete wall pannels 900mtr in length and 2.44 mtr ht. for compound wall at Juhu Airport Mumbai. Pl. send technical details with cost.

  • Manish Inarkar wrote on 2013-10-12

    Hi, I want to build a one storey house in precast approx 1000 sqft. in rural part of aurangabad (maharashtra), what will be approximate cost and is it feasible?

  • ilaria pierozzi wrote on 2013-11-12

    ICMQ India is the local branch of an Italian leading Certification and Inspection body providing services in the Construction field only.

    ICMQ India provides a wide range of services including:
    - Management System Certification (QMS according to ISO 9001 ; EMS according to ISO 14001 and H&S according to OHSAS 18001)
    - Product certification (building materials)
    - Third Party Inspection (design validation, Technical control at site, safety audits, environmental audits, etc)
    - Process Certification (Construction Material placement and application certification)
    - Building Certification
    - Training

    ICMQ has a long and wide experience in Italy on Precast, and can offer an integrated set of services for this, from the Management System Certification, to Factory Production Control, to Training.
    We have Italian experts in India for the all the following services in Precast:
    Service Scope Outputs
    Design Review Detect criticalities which may compromise efficiency both in production and assembly of pre-cast elements A technical design review report to lead preventive action planning for optimization of resources and delivery time
    Factory Production Control Control the efficiency of the production system to ensure that appropriate level of productivity are achieve Periodic report on the Factory Production Control effectiveness
    QC on precast elements Control whether the precast elements produced meets the specification Identification of each produced precast element with the ICMQ India Mark
    QC of assembly Verify whether the precast elements are properly placed and assembled at site Site Inspection Report
    Training Improve competences and skills of people working on a pre-cast project Attendance Certificate

    May you be interested in exploring more of this and our services of our, do not hesitate to contact me at the below numbers.

    Look forward to read you soon
    Best regards
    Ilaria Pierozzi



    Marketing and Sales Manager
    ICMQ Certification India P. Ltd.
    Website: www.icmq.in
    Mob: 09894905030
    Mob: 09967169633

  • ilaria pierozzi wrote on 2013-11-12

    ICMQ India is the local branch of an Italian leading Certification and Inspection body providing services in the Construction field only.

    ICMQ India provides a wide range of services including:
    - Management System Certification (QMS according to ISO 9001 ; EMS according to ISO 14001 and H&S according to OHSAS 18001)
    - Product certification (building materials)
    - Third Party Inspection (design validation, Technical control at site, safety audits, environmental audits, etc)
    - Process Certification (Construction Material placement and application certification)
    - Building Certification
    - Training

    ICMQ has a long and wide experience in Italy on Precast, and can offer an integrated set of services for this, from the Management System Certification, to Factory Production Control, to Training.
    We have Italian experts in India for the all the following services in Precast:
    Service Scope Outputs
    Design Review Detect criticalities which may compromise efficiency both in production and assembly of pre-cast elements A technical design review report to lead preventive action planning for optimization of resources and delivery time
    Factory Production Control Control the efficiency of the production system to ensure that appropriate level of productivity are achieve Periodic report on the Factory Production Control effectiveness
    QC on precast elements Control whether the precast elements produced meets the specification Identification of each produced precast element with the ICMQ India Mark
    QC of assembly Verify whether the precast elements are properly placed and assembled at site Site Inspection Report
    Training Improve competences and skills of people working on a pre-cast project Attendance Certificate

    May you be interested in exploring more of this and our services of our, do not hesitate to contact me at the below numbers.

    Look forward to read you soon
    Best regards
    Ilaria Pierozzi



    Marketing and Sales Manager
    ICMQ Certification India P. Ltd.
    Website: www.icmq.in
    Mob: 09894905030
    Mob: 09967169633

  • vasanth kumar wrote on 2013-19-12

    let me know the price per sqire feet for precasting slabs

  • vasanth kumar wrote on 2013-19-12

    let me know the price per sqire feet for precasting slabs

  • AR.MUTHUVEL wrote on 2013-19-12

    DEAR ALL,
    HOPE THAT THESE INFORMATION WOULD BE USEFULL TO YOU ALL.I WAS PROJECT MANAGER IN UAE BASED PRECAST COMPANY.HAVE EXECUTED DUBAI CENTRAL PRISON WALL,AJMAN PORT BOUNDARY WALL,DEWA ELECTRIC CABLE TRENCHES,PALM DEIRA QUAY WALL BLOCKS AND MANY MORE.APART THE INTERESTIN FACTOR HAVE COMPLETED 3 TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND FAMILIAR IN PRODUCTION,LOGISTIC,ERECTION & EXECUTION.
    TILT-UP:
    TILT-UP IS SUITABLE FOR WARE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION.IT BEEN CASTED ON SITE AND LIFTED AS A ONE SINGLE PANEL .i.e.UPTO BUILDING HEIGHT
    AR.MUTHUVEL
    +919445393737
    armrams@gmail.com

  • fareed wrote on 2014-09-01

    dear all,
    thanks for given useful information to all

  • himani wrote on 2014-13-02

    I am a student of final year architecture. Its my thesis in which i have taken precast modular housing as my topic. So, i need to know more about precast and its availibilty.

  • syed israr ul haq wrote on 2014-20-02

    am end user, plans right now to construct more 5500 square feet , so please let me the details like commercial viability, avilability in or near hyderabad or the pro d cons if at all any in gong for pre cast slabs construction instead of the conventional tedious. please do mail me particulars.

  • Sandeep wrote on 2014-20-02

    Hi
    I want to know the cost of construction using this technology and details process of how wall are placed. Please mail it to me

  • Sandeep wrote on 2014-20-02

    Hi
    I want to know the cost of construction using this technology and details process of how wall are placed. Please mail it to me

  • vinayak kulkarni wrote on 2014-23-02

    Pl let me know the supplier precast wall in or near gulbarga. And also let me know feasibility of 1000 sq ft house.

  • vinayak kulkarni wrote on 2014-23-02

    Pl let me know the supplier precast wall in or near gulbarga. And also let me know feasibility of 1000 sq ft house.

  • vinayak kulkarni wrote on 2014-23-02

    Pl let me know the supplier precast wall in or near gulbarga. And also let me know feasibility of 1000 sq ft house.

  • vinayak kulkarni wrote on 2014-23-02

    Pl let me know the supplier precast wall in or near gulbarga. And also let me know feasibility of 1000 sq ft house.

  • Nirav Thakkar wrote on 2014-25-02

    I want to start a precast unit near Ahmedabad, Gujarat. I am not sure of the market response and the economics behind precast. If anyone can help me with it please contact me. Share me the details on : nirav3187@gmail.com

  • CHANDU wrote on 2014-12-03

    I want to start with precast designer walls unit near Hyderabad. Please give the information to set up the unit send your contact details to my mail : chandramohanbotuku@ymail.com

  • Shravan wrote on 2014-12-03

    Can i construct penthouse on fourth floor about 1000sft. with this technology is it light weight. please let me know the details in Hyderabad.

  • NKMohapatra wrote on 2014-24-03

    Pl let me know the supplier precast wall in or near Bhubaneswar,Odisha. And also let me know feasibility of 1000 sq ft house in the 2nd floor.What is the approximate cost per 1sqft?

  • Tapendra wrote on 2014-05-04

    We want to use the precast for a college project in Odisha. The approximate construction will be 8 lac Sq ft.

    Please suggest way forward and competent companies to engage with

  • Shah Harsh wrote on 2014-14-04

    Really Precast technology upcoming in india .really enjoyed with brigade group as operation manager with handle production n erection side.

  • Shashank Sonal wrote on 2014-18-04

    Can I get a copy of the survey report talked about by Mr. Bheemesh Chowdary? I would like to study it for my thesis.

  • Jayesh asodariya wrote on 2014-30-04

    Hello i have so question about design of precast building.
    Today in india, there are no any design code for precast building . How the other code is helping for design. Other code is ACI and precast handbook .
    So this code is beneficial for indian building design.
    Other things Is , if any indian student want to learn about design so from where they get this things.. Also if u u have some design steps ya any consideration for design mail me ..
    Thank you sir

  • Bharat Amlani wrote on 2014-01-05

    i want precst slab for covering of nalla

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