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Skyscrapers India Summit 2017 to focus on regulatory measures and specific building codes for high-rise structures

Published on 30 May 2017
The conference is designed to help delegates meet the evolving challenges in skyscrapers design, planning, engineering, construction, maintenance, and safety management
Skyscrapers India Summit 2017 will feature practical solutions for protecting high-rise buildings

Skyscrapers India Summit 2017 will be hosted by Equip Global from 12-15 September 2017, in Mumbai, India.

Regulatory measures and specific building codes

India is set to be the next big home for the tallest skyscrapers in the world, with the Indian government beginning to focus on regulatory measures and specific building codes for the high-rise structures. For instances, the upcoming projects, World One, the tallest residential tower in the world and the Imperial 3, have revolutionised the growing trend of skyscrapers in India.

Equip Global’s leading Skyscrapers India Summit 2017 will provide an exclusive platform that brings together Indian ministries/government authorities and skyscrapers developers, project owners, leading contractors and architectural companies in India responsible for building, construction and infrastructure to share project case studies, skyscraper development plans and practical solutions around the design, planning, engineering, maintenance, construction and project management of Skyscrapers.

Protecting skyscrapers

The conference is designed to help delegates meet the evolving challenges in skyscrapers design, planning, engineering, construction, maintenance, and safety management. During the four-day summit, speakers and panellists will engage in discussion on the updates on government construction and projects plan in India, green building design, sustainable building materials, safety, design, and facade technology, trends in architecture and much more.

With India among one of the world’s fastest growing economies, it is on a high growth trajectory, witnessing a significant spurt of skyscrapers in the region. With this in mind, the summit has been designed to encourage cross-sector learning among ministries, government authorities, skyscraper developers, technologists, researchers, engineers, experts from architectural and design institutes and solution providers.

Engaging workshops

People can also sign up for a set of separate workshops focusing on:

  • Fire Engineering Standards and Practice in Dealing with Fire Safety Challenges of Skyscrapers
  • Crisis Management Response Planning Enhancements for Skyscrapers
  • Earthquake Resistant Design Concepts for a Firm Foundation to Skyscrapers in India Context
  • Wind Resistant Design for New Construction Skyscrapers

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