The 1.4 billion-inhabitant country is experiencing a boom in the construction sector. Especially South India, with its IT and tech hubs, is seeing an acceleration in construction.
Cast-in-situ is still the most widely used construction method, but it is challenged by tight schedules and a lack of skilled manpower. This has given rise to a demand for faster and less labour-intensive, mechanized technologies.
The Indian Government has pointed precast out as an innovative construction technology worth promoting, and many Indian developers understand the benefits of precast.
“We see a growing demand for precast technology and faster and faster deliveries,” says Managing Director of Elematic India Chander Dutta.
Demand for end-to-end solutions
Despite the interest, the ins and outs of the technology are still relatively unknown in India, and end-to-end solutions are therefore in high demand.
Elematic has a strong position in India with a market share of around 70 percent. The team of about 150 employees provides a one-stop shop for precast technology, structural design services, project installation and commissioning, as well as after-sales and spare parts services.
As many parts of India have high seismic activity, the structural engineers at Elematic India are specialized in designing earthquake-resistant buildings.
Elematic is currently working on a Mega project at Hyderabad. The tallest Precast building in Asia, 43 Storey Building completely designed in Precast. Elematic has supplied the production technology and structural design services, to check the details, visit- https://www.elematic.com/concrete-issues/mega-precast-project-grava/
Customers Reference in India:
- PSP Projects Ltd.- Ahmedabad- https://youtu.be/ZHlNi3cY4GA
- Aurobindo Realty-Hyderabad, https://youtu.be/Ar56ASvR3dI
- B.E.Billimoria- Mumbai https://youtu.be/DsxpgOs2eKg
- BSBSK Ltd.- Naya Raipur https://youtu.be/d_W8MzK2wiE