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Published: 09 Jul 2021

Overview of construction in India

The construction sector in India is seeing a shift – adapting to newer and more efficient technologies is the key. Construction in India is a vital indicator of the development of the country, as ample investment opportunities are created across various related sectors. *Over 2.2% of the Indian population is employed in the construction sector producing assets worth 200 Billion Rupees. (*Source – Wikipedia)

As change is the only constant, adopting new concepts and technologies is beneficial and crucial in terms of growth and prosperity. The construction industry in particular has seen a shift from conventional building materials and building technology, to materials that are greener, cheaper and more durable and technology that is faster and far more efficient.

Doka Formwork

The most recent construction technique that is slowly catching pace in India is the ‘Doka Construction System’. It is a fast-paced construction technique wherein any shape or height of building can be built in a shorter time frame. The formwork is handy and lightweight and can be used multiple times for casting modular units. The usage of this advanced formwork results in a clean finish, cutting the additional labour for smoothening of surfaces. Automated mechanism ensures smooth functioning and easy labour. The modularity of the units makes it easier to erect the formwork and cast the concrete. The nature of the formwork is such that de-shuttering can take place even before the concrete is cured. This accelerates the process of construction. Doka is an international producer and supplier of formwork based in Austria. Their formwork is sustainable, easy to transport and in the process, ensures safety at site considering the interest of the people involved in the construction activities.

What’s new in town?

One of the most recent uses of the Doka formwork in the city of Bangalore is in the construction of Shriram Properties’ new launch – Shriram Suvilas Palms. Shriram Suvilas Palms is an upcoming high-rise apartment in Jalahalli, the construction of which is already underway. Using top notch standards of construction, Shriram Suvilas Palms is one of the most coveted residential projects of North Bangalore.

Located by the 27-acre Kammagondanahalli Lake, each home here is entitled for the scenic view of it due to the distinctive C-shaped tower arrangement. Besides the lake-view and the advanced construction technique, Shriram Suvilas Palms also offers home-buyers a wide range of lifestyle amenities – in dedicated zones for each member of the family. The question of the location and its connectivity to the city is bound to come up. The answer to this is simple, Shriram Properties’ new project is at a convenient distance from key points in the city, and even the Kempegowda International Airport. The proximity of the Tumkur Road, and the Bellary Road connects one to major areas of the city without hassles. With a total of 4 metro stations reachable within 15 minutes, day-to-day commute to and fro work is made easy. If you are working from home, Shriram Suvilas Palms has got you covered too. Break-out zones in every alternate floor of the apartment, allows you to take your breaks in between work or shift your desk altogether.

On the whole, #GetItAll at Shriram Suvilas Palms!