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adProperty News For December 2010

     
 
Dry wall, a new trend
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2010-12-18 City : Bangalore

Dry wall, a new trend

The buildings of the future will be taller, have more stringent fire safety requirements and need more acoustic comfort, thus making traditional construction materials only a second choice.

These requirements are met by gypsum plasterboard-based ‘Drywall Solutions' which have the following benefits:...

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Gypsum, the wonder that's yet to show up
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2010-12-18 City : Bangalore

Gypsum, the wonder that's yet to show up

Early in February this year construction in Mumbai had come to a near halt due to a serious shortage of sand. Ready-mix concrete production units had closed temporarily for want of sand. Against a daily sand demand of 600-1,000 trucks, hardly three to 10 trucks were coming into Mumbai and this had an effect on the southern States too.

Some piece-meal pitching-in from the neighbouring Gujarat did not satiate Mumbai's hunger. Before the shortage, sand prices were Rs.2, 500 per truck but after the shortage the prices surged to Rs.12, 000....

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New fire-resistant glass
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2010-12-18 City : Chennai

New fire-resistant glass

Saint Gobain Glass India has introduced a ‘fire safety glass' under the brand name ‘Vetrotech Saint Gobain'. An aesthetically designed superior glass for use in fire safety zones like hotel lobbies, computer server rooms etc. This glass is capable of 120 minutes of fire resistance; a perfect combination of safety and aesthetics. Types of Vetrotech Saint Gobain: SGG Pyroswiss Extra is a super toughened special substrate monolithic glass that provides integrity and stability for up to 120 minutes. SGG Contraflam lite is a special inter-layered product that provides radiant heat protection for up to 120 minutes.
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New housing projects planned in mysore
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2010-12-18 City : Thiruvananthapuram

New housing projects planned in Mysore

After a long hiatus, the Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has conceived a residential complex meant for government employees, a community housing project and 2,000 houses for the economically weaker sections of society which is likely to be a sell-out.

The concept has been finalised and the project awaits final clearance from the government and the key element is its proximity to the city....

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Draft panchayat building rules ready
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2010-12-18 City : Thiruvananthapuram

Draft panchayat building rules ready

The draft Kerala Panchayat Building Rules are ready and are being vetted by various departments.

Separate building rules for panchayats have become necessary because areas under these local bodies differ in character from cities and towns. Implementing the Kerala Municipal Building Rules faces practical difficulties in the panchayat areas, Local Self-Government Minister Paloli Mohammed Kutty says. They are in force in these regions as a stopgap arrangement till the new rules are introduced, he adds....

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