Future of Roads & Highway sector with Digital Twin

Digital Twin Technology refers to a virtual representation of a physical object, or process, or system. The physical and digital worlds are connected through this. Digital twin technology finds applications in various domains, including manufacturing, energy, healthcare, transportation, and urban planning. This technology has the potential to bring significant changes to the road and highway…

Street Vendors and urban planning

Street vendors are an indispensable part of any city. This is particularly true for India where the street vendors have been estimated at around 2.4 per cent of the city population (Street Vendors Act 2014). Despite the emergence of big malls, retail chains and online shopping, a large part of the country’s population still buys…

Stalled Real Estate Project and Way Out

India’s real estate industry plays a significant role in the country’s economic development. Since housing is a necessity rather than a choice, businesses in the real estate industry attract clients from all demographics. It’s also regarded as one of the least risky and simplest ways to invest in an emerging market like India. Those projects…

HAM: Reviving PPP in India’s Infrastructure Sector

Currently, infrastructure development in India is taking place at an unprecedented rate. The country is investing heavily in infrastructure to uplift the living standards of millions of its citizens and support the industry. The infrastructure sector is a resource-intensive endeavor and involves huge amounts of investments. Arranging these huge funds for a single party are…

Multiplier effect of Infrastructure Sector

All modern economies thrive on infrastructure. Along with boosting economic activities, it helps in raising the living standards of the people. Besides employing millions of people, the sector contributes significantly to the country’s GDP. After the coronavirus pandemic, infrastructure sector was one of the first sectors to resume its operations. The infrastructure sector has played…

Sustainable Real Estate

India’s geographical location, large population, and rapid economic development make it highly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. Climate change and global warming are no longer debatable topics. The effects are clearly visible. Extreme weather events like heatwaves, cold waves, cloudbursts, droughts, and floods have become so common that many people have started paying…

RERA: Increasing Transparency

India’s real estate sector has come a long way in the past few decades. From a largely unorganized and unregulated sector, it has become one of the largest and most resilient real estate industry in the world. Today it is one of the most significant contributors to the country’s GDP. There were periods when the…

Ensuring safety in high-rise buildings

High-rise buildings are no less than modern marvels. In India, where the population is constantly growing and people in the cities are crunched for space, such buildings offer a perfect solution to the problem. However, the construction and management is a challenging task. Safety is one of the biggest concerns. Due to their sheer size,…

ESG in Infrastructure Projects

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is one of the mechanisms that the investors use to evaluate their investment decision regarding a project. The concept of ESG started taking shape in the early 1990s when the notion of sustainability was gathering momentum. It is based on the idea that organizations not only need to focus on…