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Everest launches India’s first Technical Manual on Pre-Engineered Buildings

The company completes 35,00,000 sqft of industrial infrastructure construction in Karnataka ** Plans to intensify its project acquisition and delivery in Southern India
Bangalore | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 22-12-2017 | Views: 451
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Fuelling speed to the growing demand for Pre-Engineered Buildings, Everest Steel Building Solutions, the Pre-Engineered Building division of Everest Industries Ltd, launched India’s first Technical Manual on Pre-Engineered Building (PEB) technology today at Bengaluru. Estimated to be close to Rs 5000 Cr in India, PEB industry is the solution of choice for fast durable and safer construction of industrial, warehousing, and commercial buildings. 


The first-of-its kind Technical Manual was unveiled by an eminent panel of Structural Consultants, Architects and Construction Experts from Bengaluru comprising of R Sundaram, Chairman & MD, Sundaram Architects, Prof . B R Srinivasa Murthy, Indian Institute of Science, A. N. Prakash, Director, A N Prakash Construction PMC, Madhukar B. A., MD & CEO, Potential Project Managers Pvt. Ltd., N. N. Nagendra Kumar, Director, Sterling Engineering Consultants Services Pvt. Ltd. and Architect Virendra Kumar Giridhar.  The manual, developed by Everest in close consultation with industry stakeholders like leading consultants, architects, engineers, project managers, govt. Institutions and industry experts, will be used by Architects, Design Engineers, and Project Managers as a technical orientation and reference guide and training tool for designing, detailing, manufacturing and erection of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings. 


Speaking on the occasion Manish Sanghi, Managing Director, Everest Industries said, “The Pre-Engineered Steel Building concept is recognised to be the most versatile, fast and economical method of constructing modern buildings. PEB industry y is estimated to be close to Rs 5000 Cr in India and is growing at rapid pace . With the great potential that Make in India brings to the industry, we estimate strong double digit growths for the industry to continue. Being one of the largest PEB makers with 3 manufacturing facilities and a robust design and erection team and the credibility of on time delivery of projects, we are well prepared to tap this opportunity. We have delivered some of the flagship projects in Karnataka in last five years with more than 35,00,000 sqft of construction of industrial infrastructure in the state. We intend to further strengthen our project acquisition and delivery credentials in this part of the country.” 


The Everest Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings are widely used in industrial and commercial infrastructure i.e. large factories, warehouses, logistic parks, shipyards, airports, car showrooms, large format retail outlets, schools, and exhibition centres. Everest Steel Building Solutions has already completed more than 2000 PEB projects covering more than 5Cr sq ft of construction across 275 cities in 29 states in India. This includes the Ro-Ro Ferry Terminal in Gujarat inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month and the tallest PEB building in the country – the Goa Shipyard, last year.


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Mr Manjunath N / E-Mail : manjunathn@perfectrelations.com

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