In an interview to INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY, Raj Kalady, Country Director, Project Management Institute (PMI), describes himself as a man in a hurry.
Mumbai Port will be floating a global tender to appoint a project management and implementation consultant for preparing a master plan for developing its land. It is the countryÂ´s largest port. Â´Till now, the plans that have been made are general.
The Indian Construction Industry in general faces a huge dichotomy, neither is it valued overseas, other than as a source of labour resources, nor is it valued at home, because of fragmentation and poor practices, and yet the potenÂtial is huge.
Highways will continue to be sluggish until the unattractive Phase IV projects are completed. With the road sector is poised to undergo a further change in the coming years, the industry as a whole, needs to continue tapping the advantages of road transportation more efficiently and optimally than ever before, writes Bhavik Damodar. The road transportation sector continues to struggle to cater to the countryÂ’s size and widely spread consumption hubs.