The Big 5 Construct India, 14 – 16 September 2017
14 – 16 September 2017, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E) – Mumbai
The Big 5 Construct India is an annual meeting place for building & construction community in India.
Show Name: The Big 5 Construct India 2017
Dates: 14 – 16 September 2017
Venue: Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Western Express Highway, Mumbai – 400063, Maharashtra, India.
Industry: Building and Construction
Type of event: International Exhibition accompanied by workshops and conference
ABOUT THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT INDIA
The Big 5 Construct India is an annual meeting place for construction community in India. Presently running in its 5th year, the international exhibition and conference brings together buyers and sellers together to network with construction experts, share knowledge and discover the latest trends in the construction industry. Taking place from 14 – 16 September 2017, the event will held at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon (E), Mumbai, India.
The event brings entire portfolio of construction products and solutions together under one roof.
Manufacturers, suppliers, traders and service providers from Asia, Europe, Americas and Middle East would be showcasing 1000’s of advanced technologies and solutions. Attended by architects, engineers, builders, contractors, interior designers, consultants and all construction industry professionals, The Big 5 Construct India is a must attend event that brings international network and credibility of The Big 5 series of events.
Organised by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and dmg events, the event is co-organised by Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India.
India’s construction market is expected to be the third largest by 2030
The Big 5 Construct India can help you be part of this evolving market.
India’s $126 billion construction market is becoming one of the most promising emerging markets in the world. With changing trends, policies and ambitious investments to follow in construction, the country is increasingly becoming easier to operate in, given the potential the market has to offer.
It is evident that the construction industry is evolving and with it, so is The Big 5 Construct India.
The Big 5 Construct India is jointly organised by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and dmg events and is co-organised by Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India.
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Established in 1927, FICCI is the largest and oldest apex business organisation in India. Its history is closely interwoven with India’s struggle for independence, its industrialization, and its emergence as one of the most rapidly growing global economies. FICCI has contributed to this historical process by encouraging debate, articulating the private sector’s views and influencing policy.
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VENUE AND LOCATION
Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai
Nesco ComplexOff Western Express Highway Goregaon East, Mumbai – 400063
The centre is ideally situated along the Western Express Highway in Goregaon, within 10 mins from airports, walking distance to train stations and a 20 min drive from the heart of the city. There are numerous hotels, entertainment activities, retail shopping & sightseeing spots in close proximity.
PRODUCTS ON DISPLAY
- HVAC- R: Plumbing & Water Technology, Electrical systems, Security & Fire Protection, Solar Energy.
- Construction Tools & Building Materials: Hardware & Construction Tools, Metal & Steel, Concrete & Cement, Construction Equipment & Machinery.
- Building Interiors & Finishes: Kitchen, Bathroom & Related Surfaces, Flooring, Ceiling, Walling & Other Interior Finishes, Lighting, Coatings, Sealants & Adhesives
- Construction Technology: Software & IT Solutions, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Smart Building & Automation
- Building Envelope & Special Construction: Windows, Doors & Sun Protection Systems, Roofing, Cladding & Glazing, Special Construction.
- Construction Machineries, Equipment & Vehicles: PMV, Cutting, Bending & Welding Machineries, Formwork & Scaffolding, Elevators & Escalators.
The Indian construction industry is growing fast, and your business can grow with it.
Construction will contribute more than 15% to the country’s GDP $7.34BN has been earmarked for the ongoing Smart Cities Mission to develop 100 smart cities across the country.
India’s construction equipment sector is expected to grow to $5BN by the 2019-2020 financial year.
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iran, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway, USA
All professionals active in the field of building, construction and infrastructure including:
- Architects & Engineers
- Builders & Developers
- Interior Designers
- All other construction professionals
- Business Development Managers
- Civil Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- Facilities Managers
- Geotechnical Engineers
- Interior Designers
- Marketing Managers
- Plant Managers
- Project Managers/Leaders
- Purchasing Managers/Buyers
- Quantity Surveyors
- Structural Engineers
Whether you’re looking for simple answers to everyday challenges or need specialist solutions for large-scale projects, The Big 5 Construct India has the solutions for you.
With 14 certified workshops, a Make in India conference, 6 specialised product zones with 180 construction brands and 24 networking hours, we understand that the event can be overwhelming. The Big 5 Construct India is tailored for each industry and once you pick your area of expertise, you will understand how.
Clients: Real Estate Developers, Property Owners, Government, Investors, Planning Engineers, Facility Managers
Builders: Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Purchasing Managers, Cost Estimates, Construction Managers, Project Managers
Designers: Architects, Consultants, Interior Designers, Structural Engineers, Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers
A unique opportunity to learn from the leaders of the construction industry
- Free CPD Certified Workshops – Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Looking to take your career to the next level? Choose from 14 CPD-certified workshops and conference sessions covering the latest hot topics including project management, BIM, LEED, Smart Cities.
- Make in India Conference
FREE CPD CERTIFIED WORKSHOPS
Each workshop is delivered by an industry specialist, sharing cutting-edge insight of an ever evolving business landscape based on real world experience from within the boardroom. Covering a sea of topics – all CPD workshops would entitle you to a participation certificate.
- Managing Complex Mega Troubled Projects Through Project Management
- Addressing Infrastructure Challenges Through Technology and Lean Construction
- Leadership Development for The Construction Employees – A Road Map for India’s Construction Industry
- Challenges & Awareness of Policies and Standards of Safety in Construction
- Construction Claim – A Marathon Race
Managing Complex Mega Troubled Projects Through Project Management
Present status of large and complex central government projects
Reasons for overruns – time and cost
Solution to the problem: Navigating Complexity through Project Management
Addressing Infrastructure Challenges Through Technology and Lean Construction
Indian infrastructure sector performance overview (key sectors- Power, roads, steel, real estate etc.)
Common challenges of owners/developers, contractors, and financial institutions for efficient project delivery
Growing need of Lean Construction and how it can address the prevailing challenges
Essential adaptation to the technology wave
Leadership Development for The Construction Employees – A Road Map for India’s Construction Industry
Unique business Challenges of Construction companies
Defining specific development initiatives required to meet the challenges
Model to deliver the Leadership development agenda
Challenges enroute and approaches to deal with them
Challenges & Awareness of Policies and Standards of Safety in Construction
Introduction: Understanding the types of policies & standards and how they drive construction compliance
Challenges/Solutions & Typical Approach to Safety Planning On Large Infrastructure/construction Projects in India
Developing & Cultivating Corporate & Workplace Safety Culture to support the drive of construction safety compliance: Comparison of practices from different countries (UK/UAE/India)
L&T LIFE & Mission Zero Harm – Case Study on L&T L.I.F.E. (Live Injury Free Each day) a program to support the elimination of fatalities & serious injuries on the journey of ‘Zero Harm Vision” becoming reality
Construction Claim – A Marathon Race
Prerequisite of claims
Time lines of claims (submission and resolution)
Drivers for decisions of claims
Make in India Conference
It can be found in the second article about The Big 5 Construct India.
REASONS TO INVEST IN INDIA
By 2025 India’s construction market is expected to emerge as the 3rd largest in the world
Construction activities contribute more than 10% of India’s GDP and are valued at over $126 billion
$650 Billion will be required for urban infrastructure over the next 20 years
An investment of $1 Trillion has been projected for the infrastructure sector until 2017, 40% of which is to be funded by the private sector. 45% of infrastructure investment will be funnelled into construction activity and 20% set to modernise the construction industry
The Big 5 Construct India is a focused B2B exhibition, bringing you closer to your key clients and prospects. We offer you customised sponsorship and exhibiting packages to suit your business needs. Get in touch with our sales team to know more about exhibiting at The Big 5 Construct India 2017.
10 of India’s biggest infrastructure projects
- Chenab River Railway Bridge
Chenab River Railway Bridge $92 million Expected to complete by 2019, it will be the highest railway bridge in the world, over river Chenab, 359 meters above the river bed in Katra, Jammu-Kashmir. The 1.3km-long bridge is a part of the 73km-long Katra-Dharam section of the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link (USBRL) project.
- Navi Mumbai International Airport
Navi Mumbai International Airport $2.4 billion The airport PPP project that has been delayed by land acquisition and environmental issues but pre-development works started in March 2015. The project is expected to complete in 2019.
- Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor $90 billion The project aims to create seven smart cities distributed along a dedicated freight corridor between the Indian capital Delhi and Mumbai. The project will generate three million job opportunities manufacturing/processing sectors.
- Charanka Solar Park ($280m)
A 2,000-hectare plot of land near Charanka village in Patan district, northern Gujarat hosts about 19 different projects by different developers. It is the world’s second largest photovoltaic power station. Once complete, the Charanka Solar Park will host 500 MW of solar power systems. The solar park is expected to save around 900,000 tonnes of natural gas annually.
- Yamuna Expressway ($1.9bn)
It is a 6-lane (extendable to 8 lanes), 165 km long, controlled-access expressway, connecting Greater Noida with Agra in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is India’s longest six-lane controlled-access expressway stretch.
- Banihal-Qazigund tunnel ($282m)The Banihal-Qazigund section includes the 11.2km Pir Panjal tunnel and offers reduced travel distances between the two towns, from the current 35km by road. The section connects the Jammu region to the 119km Kashmir Valley line between Qazigund, Srinagar and Baramula.
- Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport ($364m)
A new integrated terminal can handle 25 million passengers annually, a leap from its previous capacity of 4.8 million a year. Apart from the 195,000-sq. metre, five-level integrated passenger terminal building, the new facility also offers modern taxiways and extension of a runway.
- Mumbai’s Eastern Freeway ($220m)
Built to reduce travel time between South Mumbai and the Eastern suburbs, the Eastern Freeway connects P D’Mello Road to the Eastern Express Highway at Ghatkopar. Built by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), it covers a distance of 16.8km.
- Kathipura flyover ($39.4m)
The Kathipara interchange is the largest cloverleaf flyover in Asia, situated at Alandur at the intersection and an important road junction in Chennai.
10. Bandra-Worli Sea Link ($240m)
Also called Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, it connects Bandra in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli and a part of the proposed Western Freeway. Bandra-Worli Sea Link is longest bridges above water in India followed by Pamban Bridge.
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