2nd Annual Tall Buildings India



30 Jan 2012
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Shaping India’s skyline, learning new techniques and understanding new trends in the design and construction of tall buildings
Why a Tall Buildings conference in India?

Tall buildings are increasingly being constructed across India’s modern landscape as the country grapples with the huge influx of people arriving in it’s major cities from rural areas. With 50% of India’s population expected to live in the urban areas by 2030, there is a great demand for tall buildings and high-rise structures in the residential and commercial space.

As cities such as Delhi actively incentivise the construction of tall buildings, developers and governments active within the Indian real-estate industry are now exploring vertical opportunities to overcome challenges in land acquisition, space and costs. 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 high-rise structures.

Following the success of Tall Buildings India, held in January 2011, IQPC is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Tall Buildings India conference, taking place in Mumbai from 30 – 31 January 2012. The 2012 event will look to build on the industry insights and knowledge sharing of the inaugural event and will feature international case studies, local project updates and new developments in government regulations.

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