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  New Initiatives : Emerging Technologies
 
POSTPONED: Indo-Norwegian Training Programme (Non-Residential) on Seismic Design of Multi-storey Buildings: IS 1893 vs. Eurocode 8, March 16-18, 2017 at New Delhi CPWD Inclusion of Emerging Technologies in Delhi Schedule of Rates dated 24 June 2016 Ministry of Urban Development OM regarding Adoption of New & Emerging Technologies by CPWD, DDA and NBCC CPWD OM dated 17/08/2016 regarding Adoption of New and Emerging Technologies in projects on Turnkey basis CPWD OM dated 28/12/2016 regarding Mandatorily Adoption of New and Emerging Technologies in projects Opportunity to Share Your Sustainable Building Materials/Technologies on Knowledge Portal Notice Inviting Tender for Supply, Installation and transportation of Octonorm system at IIT Kharagpur
 

 

By and large, conventional building technologies like burnt bricks, steel and cement are high in cost, utilise large amount of non-renewable natural resources like energy, minerals, top-soil, forest cover etc. These increase dependence on external materials and manpower, harm the local economy and are generally polluting in nature.


The materials and technologies chosen for construction must, in addition to functional efficiency, fulfil some or more of the following criterion, for the cause of sustainability and a better quality environment:

  •  non endanger bio-reserves and be non-polluting;
  • be self-sustaining and promote self-reliance.
  • recycle polluting waste into usable materials
  • utilise locally available materials
  • utilise local skills, manpower and management systems
  • benefit local economy by being income generating
  • utilise renewable energy sources
  • be accessible to the people
  • be low in monetary cost

 

Pick your construction technologies as per your region 

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Environment-Friendly, Energy Efficient, Cost-Effective Composite Materials/Products for Low Cost Housing         
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Open Prefab Systems & Small Building Components         
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Cellular Lightweight Concrete                      
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The Abode Tradition in India            
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Policy Support: Notification from MoEF-Govt. of India, for utilisation of Flyash and Flyash based  products particularly Flyash Bricks and Blocks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 
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