EVENTS 2020

India Construction Festival (ICF) is back with the 2020 edition and is pegged to be the ‘Biggest Global Gathering of the Construction Fraternity’. ICF 2020 will host four major events under the roof:

8th Equipment India Awards - Equipment India brings forth its Annual Awards, the only recognition of the best performers in Construction Equipment industry in the country. This event recognizes best sellers in various categories of equipment. It has emerged as a must-attend event.

18th Construction World Global Awards

Fastest Growing Construction Companies

World’s largest circulated construction magazine New York based, Engineering News Record enlists world’s top contracting and engineering firms globally. Construction World and Engineering News Record get together to bring this platform in India to recognize these top companies.

10th India Roads Conference Annual India Roads Conference offers a platform for the industry players to present and learn about the cutting edge equipments, services and projects shaping the road sector in India. The 10th edition of the India Roads Conference will foster a high profile gathering of the key industry leaders to discuss, network and evaluate the massive Indian industry and development options in the Roads and Infrastructure sector. The 10th Annual India Roads Conference will once again prove to be a stimulating and provoking platform for both domestic and international players to share and better understand the emerging challenges and opportunities in the sector.

ENR Recognition Ceremony

A quantitative model which takes into account financial performance of construction companies over past five years and recognizes growth.

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The 2020 Smart Cities Summit will provide the first all-inclusive opportunity in India to connect with, be introduced to, learn from, and become inspired by national and international leaders at the very forefront of what it takes to become a smart city or smart community.

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Past Events

The CONSTRUCTION WORLD ARCHITECT AND BUILDER (CWAB) Awards - instituted by ASAPP Info Global Group in 2006 - is India's most coveted awards for the architecture, building and design industry. For the past 14 years, India's Top Architects and Builders have been felicitated on a common platform, after a stringent selection process.

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India is aspiring to become a $5 trillion economy and adequate infrastructure spending is critical. The National Infrastructure Pipeline released by the government has laid out a spend of Rs 102 trillion on projects over 2020-25. Of these, projects worth Rs 42.7 trillion (42 per cent) are under implementation and worth Rs 32.7 trillion (32 per cent) are in the conceptualisation stage, while the rest are under development. During the fiscals 2020 to 2025, sectors such as energy (24 per cent), roads (19 per cent), urban (16 per cent), and railways (13 per cent) amount to around 70 per cent of the projected capital expenditure in infrastructure in India. The plans to generate private sector interest and to demonstrate project management and execution capabilities with the mandate at hand is a daunting one but can kickstart the economy. Infrastructure Today Conclave will deliberate with investors, experts and authorities how this can be achieved

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The FIRST Construction Council(FCC) is an infrastructure think tank, focused on providing the latest updates on the construction industry in India and dedicated to promoting its causes and needs.

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India has carved for itself the most pronounced section on the market map of infrastructure industry. The business hub of south-east Asia, India's is a growth story unmatched in history. To continuously fuel its growing economy the country needs to bolster its infrastructure. Massive investments have been made in the construction industry by both public and private enterprises in recent years.

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When cement and steel meet champagne and silk, it's bound to be a magical evening! Popularly known as the Oscars of the construction industry, the CONSTRUCTION WORLD GLOBAL AWARDS is a calendar event for the movers and shakers of the industry. The event is the culmination of a meticulous process that ranks India's fastest growing construction companies, construction equipment manufacturing companies and construction material manufacturing companies across several criteria. Over the years, the event has acted as a catalyst for growth and success by giving stellar players their due in the spotlight, identifying potential powerhouses, and inspiring the entire industry to raise its benchmarks in terms of performance and quality.

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Heads of infrastructure development government agencies will outline the macro plan for India's infrastructure growth to build its trunk infrastructure and capacity. Mega projects like metro rail, airports, trans-harbour bridges, coastal road, expressways, ports, railways, housing etc under way and under planning will be outlined by leaders.

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Equipment India brings forth the 7th edition of its Annual Awards, the only recognition of the best performers in CE industry in the country. Indian construction and mining equipment market is at the cusp of tracking a steep growth trajectory over the next 5-10 years. In this emergence, renowned equipment manufacturers are making significant investments to bring forth their latest technologies and product portfolios to support the country's rapid economic developments. In addition, end users in this developed market are replacing their outdated equipment with advanced solutions. Therefore, construction and mining equipment market has considerable opportunities for industry players across the value chain.

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The CONSTRUCTION WORLD Architect and Builder Awards were instituted by ASAPP Info Global Group in 2006. They are India’s most coveted awards for the architecture and building industry. The awards recognize the people and organizations responsible for the changing landscape of our country - the Top Architects and the Top Builders of India – and felicitate them. The growth of the event over the past 13 years is in tandem with the industry’s growth in India and has gained in stature and importance with each passing year.

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India’s long coastline offers a stretch of 7,517 km with more than 200 ports. The government of India is aiming to create a port capacity of 3,200 MMT by 2020 from its current capacity of 1,514 million tonnes at major ports.

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