Dates & Venue:
16-18 May 2019 at Hall No 3, BEC, Goregaon, Mumbai

Supporting Associations
The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR)

The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) strives to provide scientific, industrial research and development that maximizes the economic & environmental and social benefit for the people of India. CSIR, with its complement of 10,000 highly qualified scientific & technical personnel, is amongst the largest R&D organization in the world for scientific and industrial research. Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) is an autonomous body under Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India having 38 national laboratories working in various areas of science and technology. CSIR-NEERI is one among those laboratories. CSIR is ranked at 84th among 4851 institutions worldwide and is the only Indian organization among the top 100 global institutions, according to the Scimago Institutions Ranking World Report 2014. CSIR holds the 17th rank in Asia and leads the country at the first position

Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (ICEMA) - (Sector Partner)

Constituted in 1949 as Tractor & Allied Equipment manufacturers and Importers Association Ltd., the association started with 10 Indian member companies, primarily manufacturers and importers of tractors, earth-moving and allied equipment. It was rechristened as Indian Earth-moving & Construction Industry Association Ltd. (IECIAL) in 1986 with the objective to make the body a national point of reference for the Indian earth-moving & construction equipment industry. The association was renamed as Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (ICEMA) in 2012 with the objective to make the association a truly representative body of the Indian construction equipment industry and to expend its scope of activities. ICEMA is affiliated to the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and presently represents 65 leading companies who manufacture, trade and finance a variety of products such as hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, backhoe loaders, motor graders, vibratory compactors, cranes, dumpers, tippers, forklifts trucks, dozers, pavers, batching plants, diesel engines, etc. The Indian ECE industry has the potential to grow at 18 percent CAGR to reach USD 7.5 billion by 2020 with expected sales volume to increase from over 48,000 units in 2014 to around 1,00,000 + units in 2020.

Indian Concrete Institute (ICI)

Indian Concrete Institute is one of the leading professional bodies in India, catering to the professional needs of individuals and organisations involved in Concrete. Being a non-profit Organisation, it is dedicated to the cause of Disseminating Knowledge on Concrete, to Promote Concrete Technology and Construction and to address the Research Needs of Concrete. The Genesis of ICI dates back to the year 1982, when SERC Chennai and Anna University jointly conducted an International Seminar on Modern Concrete Construction Practices. The overwhelming response to the seminar prompted the Organisers to start the Indian Concrete Institute. Thus, the ICI was born in 1982 with around 500 members from 5 regional Centres. Since then, there is no looking back and ICI has grown in leaps and bounds. Today ICI is a strong professional body having more than 12, 000 enrolled members, from 38 regional Centres in all major cities, spread across the entire length and breadth of the country. Of these, more than 270 are Organisational Members. All segments of cement and concrete industries are widely represented in the membership.


Founded in 1907, AUMA, the German trade fair industry's umbrella organisation, combines all the forces representing partners shaping the trade fair market, in other words, exhibitors, visitors, trade fair organisers and service companies. AUMA represents the interests of the trade fair industry in dealings with legislative and executive authorities at federal and state level, in particular as regards the promotion of sales and exports, sustainability and fiscal law, building legislation and industrial law. It maintains ties with trade fair companies abroad. AUMA is a member of the World Trade Fair Organization (UFI). It contributes to the work of committees belonging to other trade fair and conference industry organisations, including the organisers’ associations IDFA und FAMA.

Construction Chemicals Manufactureres Association (CCMA)

Construction Chemicals Manufactureres Association (CCMA) is a body consisting of leading manufacturers with a key objective of promoting the growth of the construction chemicals industry by raising the awareness and quality standards as well act as a representative body for communicating with government, chambers of commerce, regulatory authorities and other forums, be it domestic or international.

Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA)

Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA), the apex representative body of large cement manufacturers in India was established in 1961. It is a unique body in as much as it has both the private and public sector cement companies as its members. CMA acts as a bridge between Indian cement Industry and the Government. It creates a conducive environment to promote growth of cement industry, through advice and consultation. It closely works with government, various Regulators on policy issues, enhancing efficiency, competitiveness, growth and development opportunities for Indian cement industry. As a representative organization of cement industry, CMA articulates the genuine, legitimate needs and interests of the cement industry. Its mission is to impact the policy and legislative environment so as to foster balanced economic, industrial and social development in the cement industry. Its registered office is in New Delhi, while the Corporate Office in Noida with Branch offices in Mumbai and Hyderabad.

Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI)

Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI) is the apex body of Consulting Engineers in India. CEAI represents the Indian Engineering Consultancy professional at the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC). By virtue of amalgamation of the two erstwhile professional bodies of consulting engineers, Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) and National Association of Consulting Engineers (NACE) in to CEAI in the year 1996, CEAI has, behind it, over 50 years of accumulated knowledge and experience. CEAI Membership comprises of practicing consultants, private and public sector firms engaged in the entire range of engineering consultancy services. CEAI looks after the interests and enhances the status of consulting engineering profession in India and is equally concerned with quality development, productivity enhancement and promotion of ethical practices.

Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC)

The Planning Commission, Government of India jointly with the Indian Construction Industry has set up Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) as an apex organization to take up and promote activities for the development of the Indian construction industry. The Council started functioning from August 1996 and has taken up several important projects related to issues of concern vis-à-vis the Industry. The Council, for the first time in the country, provides the impetus and the organizational infrastructure to raise quality levels across the industry. This helps to secure wider appreciation of the interests of construction business by the government, industry and peer groups in society. CIDC is a change agent to accelerate a process of self-reform that should enable the industry to answer the challenges of the future. CIDC in association with Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency (ICRA) conducts grading of construction entities under a comprehensive and elaborate evaluation system.

Indian Association of Structural Engineers (IAStructE)

The Indian Association of Structural Engineers, identified as IAStructE, was conceptualized and constituted in the year 2002 by a group of senior professional Structural Engineers from all regions of the country. It was registered under the Societies Registration Act on 20th December 2002. IAStructE is a national body of structural engineers established with the objective to cater to the overall professional needs of structural engineers in India. IAStructE strives to make available to the Government, Public Sector and Private Sector - a credible source of well qualified and experienced Structural Engineers. A nationwide database of Structural Engineers has been compiled and is being constantly updated. IAStructE is a body of professional Structural Engineers with which Government and other concerned authorities can have meaningful & fruitful dialogue towards safety & stability of structures and mitigation of the consequences arising out of natural disasters. IAStructE Governing Council comprises leading Structural Engineers from all over India and meets periodically to take decisions on policy matter and guide the activities of the Association.

Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers (IIBE)

Indian Institution of Bridge engineers is now 26 years old. Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers had provided exclusive platform to Bridge Engineers for dissemination of knowledge / new developments in Bridge engineering to all Bridge Engineers. Before IIBE, the bridge engineers had no exclusive forum to exchange ideas and knowledge of bridge engineering. IIBE has 33 state & local centres spread all over India with 6300 individual members spread across India and in many countries around the world. It has 29,200 pages of Technical Literature published in the past 25 years since inception.

Infrastructure Industry and Logistics Federation of India (ILFI)

ILFI‘s prime concern is to identify and stimulate collective growth opportunities, and enable holistic efficiencies across the Infrastructure Industry And Logistics Federation of India. ILFI aims to bring together the experts, intellectuals, business leaders, and all those who are directly associated with these sectors. ILFI is committed to becoming a fountainhead of innovative ideas and practical policy approaches by forging strong public-private partnerships. In addition, ILFI will act as a catalyst by triggering quantum leaps in the qualitative growth and performance of these sectors.

ILFI aims to unite dynamic minds in every sphere of life to resurrect and reinvigorate the confidence in India’s growth potential. It will also identify and implement solutions that catapult India to a sustainable higher growth trajectory.

Indian Society of Structural Engineers (ISSE)

IISSE was founded on 29th Jan1997 by ten advisory trustees under the leadership of great visionary & eminent engineer Late R. L. Nene its membership all over India in now more 1000. ISSE has been founded to resolve issues for the welfare of structural engineers since there was no professional institution solely dedicated and development to the cause of structural engineering profession in India, it fulfills the great need felt over many years. The prime area of operation of the society covers the following : (1) to uphold the role and status of Structural Engineer in construction industry with an awareness of professionalism, (2)to define Boundaries of Responsibilities of Structural Engineers, commensurate with remuneration, (3) to get deserving registration with all Government Organizations, Corporations and similar other bodies all over India, for the members, to assist and coordinate Certification policies adopted by various authorities i.e. Central, State and Semi Government bodies including Municipal Corporation, MHADA, CIDCO (in Maharashtra ) and similar other bodies in other states to remove anomalies if any, (4) to apprise all State, Central & semi – Government bodies, Corporations including Municipalities, the necessity of appointing Structural Engineers directly by organization to have their services for safety and soundness of structures to be built, (5) to update members on the development in various fields of structural engineers i.e. Designing, Computer Programming, Construction, Rehabilitation, research investigative testing or teaching ect. and arrange training there of.

Ontario Building Envelope Council (OBEC)

The Ontario Building Envelope Council (OBEC) is dedicated to promoting the highest level of Building Science education in the industry. The BSSO (Building Science Specialist of Ontario) designation recognizes those who meet the strict educational and practical requirements set forth by the BSSO Advisory Board. This designation has quickly become the benchmark qualification of Building Science practitioners. Since 1987, OBEC has been bridging the gaps amongst the architectural, engineering, research, manufacturers and construction communities. It is a non-profit organization that addresses today’s challenges facing building performance and sustainability. One of OBEC’s keys to success is their dedication to building science education at all levels. OBEC members have access to information forums for the exchange of ideas and information on building science, current technical information and best practices, educational programs for the benefit of the building community, guidance on current trends and issues to the research and development community and recommendations regarding improvements to codes and standards.

Pre Engineered structures Society of India (PSI)

PSI (Pre Engineered Structures Society of India) is set up with a view to endeavor towards disseminating knowledge by conceptualizing, executing and managing quality events, workshops, colloquium & programs for the members of the Society, professionals and general public, of all matters relating to the maintenance, preservation and development of the Precast Concrete industry. To adopt the existing manuals in Precast industry abroad, and develop further the required manuals to suit to Indian conditions, and formulate the required guide line for precast, such that the industry grows in a professional and structured manner and the Buildings designed and executed as per the guide lines set in the Manual prepared by the PSI are safe.

Ready Mixed Concrete Manufacturers' Association (RMCMA)

The Ready Mixed Concrete Manufacturers' Association (RMCMA), India, is a non-profit industry organization of leading ready mixed concrete producers from India. The vision of RMCMA is to make ready-mixed concrete the preferred building material of choice across the whole of India. The RMCMA is committed to provide leadership to the ready-mixed concrete industry in India. It advances the interests of the entire ready mixed concrete industry in India, without sacrificing the interests of end users, designers, specifiers owners, and others. It provides a variety of services to its Members in respect of trade, commerce, promotion, education, etc. connected with ready mixed concrete. The RMCMA will encourage the sustainable development of concrete industry in India and its staff and Members would strive to emphasize the fact that concrete is the best environmental-friendly material of construction available today. The RMCMA would provide latest information on products and services to all its Members so that they are able to upgrade their operations continually. It would share the latest developments in concrete technology with its members and the customers of ready mixed concrete. The RMCMA would strive to expand the market for ready mixed concrete in India. It would endeavor to bring a large majority of RMC manufactures under its fold so that a strong combined voice of the industry can be used to find meaningful solutions on various issues hindering the healthy growth of the industry.


U.S.- INDIA IMPORTERS’ COUNCIL is a not-for-profit initiative started by a Group of Indian SME (Small & Medium Enterprises) Importers, responsible for imports of over $1 billion from the USA and the U.S. Commercial Service, International Trade Administration, US Department of Commerce.

U.S.- INDIA IMPORTERS’ COUNCIL acts as an Intermediary Organisation to facilitate partnership and trade between Indian and American businesses for its members thru strategic alliances, marketing alliances, distribution and agency appointments through business meets, delegations, and seminars. Thus acting as a catalyst in promoting economic growth between the United States and India.

The Singapore Concrete Institute

The Singapore Concrete Institute was founded in July 1978. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the following objectives: To uphold standards of excellence in the use of concrete, To improve concrete technology and to encourage its use, to enable persons interested in concrete technology to meet and communicate, to facilitate the interchange of ideas and co-ordinate and disseminate information on subjects relating to concrete, to publish papers, periodicals and books on concrete technology and practice, to undertake and encourage research in concrete technology and practice, to establish study grants and scholarships to assist students and members in pursuing relevant fields of study, to award prizes and other forms of recognition to individuals and organizations for their outstanding performance and achievement in concrete technology and practice.


Tunnelling Association of India (TAI) is the Indian chapter of the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association of India (ITA) established in 1991, has been involved in dissemination of information about the latest technological development in the execution of tunnel and underground projects by encouraging planning of the use of subsurface and to promote advances in the preparatory investigations for tunnels, design, construction and maintenance of tunnels and also by organizing symposia, seminars, workshops, and training courses, both at national as well as international level, in liaison with international organizations.

The American Concrete Institute (ACI)

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is the premier professional Institute in the sphere of concrete for over 100 years and has its motto “Progress through knowledge”. The India Chapter of ACI has completed 38 years of its existence furthering its objectives of encouraging developments in concrete and its applications as also organising technical programmes and training. It is a stated objective of India Chapter of ACI to gather, co-related and disseminates information for improvement on the design, construction practices, manufacture, use and maintenance of concrete structures and products. The India Chapter of ACI has been immensely successful in this endeavour and is in the forefront of bringing the state-of- the-art knowledge in the realm of concrete and all its allied products. It has around 2000 members spread all over India, who actively participate in all its activities. IC-ACI publishes a quarterly journal “Concrete India”, which is complementary to our members. IC-ACI has been awarded the ‘Excellent Chapter Award’ by the ACI for 18 consecutive years.


MUMBAI METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD. (JV of Govt. of India and Govt. of Maharashtra)
"Redefining Transportation in Mumbai: Making travel comfortable, dignified & people- friendly."
We at MMRC:

Aspire to be a world class organization with professional excellence in all spheres of our work. Aspire to build a modern Mass Rapid Transit system at par with global standards. Strive towards transforming the travelling experience of Mumbai's commuters. Our Vision OUR MISSION
To build a reliable, sustainable and energy efficient metro rail network. To earn a distinct name in the MRT sector in India and rank among the top metro rail systems in the world. To responsibly attend to all citizens, with special attention to senior citizens, women, children and differently abled people. To adopt the best quality standards ensuring fast, safe, timely and comfortable commuting experience within the city. To be independent on future growth perspectives and strive to become a self-supported organization. To serve all our stakeholders with pride, perfection and dignity to make it easier to do business with us. To sustain ‘We mean business’ culture by being responsive, effective, transparent & courteous.
Our Mission

Public interest
MMRC shall always undertake any project activity that is in the interest of public the territories with due regards to their legitimate rights, public health and overall well-being.

No employment disparity

MMRC shall never discriminate among the applicants for the employment opportunities on the basis of religion, color, gender, marital status, nationality, caste, race or creed.

No gifts and illegal payments

MMRC shall not appreciate any of its employees receiving or offering any gift/donations or any other such benefits (through any means) which are wrongly intended to give/get any kind of favor in execution of project, whatsoever.

Safe working environment

MMRC shall provide and maintain a clean, healthy and safe environment for people involved in the projects.

MMRC shall endeavor towards delivering the best quality services, meeting national as well as international standards as per public requirements with the objective of delivering the utmost satisfaction.

MMRC shall always work towards enriching the life of people in the society. It shall also take initiatives under Corporate Social Responsibility for making the society greener, safer and better place to live in.

MMRC representation
The agencies associated with MMRC for business and projects such as consultants, contractors and suppliers shall not represent MMRC without taking due permissions from the organization.

Code of ethics and standards

MMRC shall always abide by ethical standards, honesty, integrity and exhibit professionalism in its all forms of interactions. A fair and transparent code of conduct should be demonstrated in each of its deals.

Co-occurring employment
An MMRC employee shall not offer his services or work as a freelance with any other organization without written consent/approval from MMRC.

Integrity of data provided
Every employee of MMRC shall provide data or information which is true to his knowledge and always ensure the integrity of data furnished by him. He/she shall be completely responsible for the accuracy of the information/data provided as well as he/she shall retain the confidentiality of the same.

Every employee of MMRC shall adhere to the legislation, and shall work towards becoming an asset to the organization.

Pride and repute
MMRC takes pride in its employees & officials and expects them to bring repute to the organization.

Security and confidentiality of transactions / information
MMRC shall ensure that its employees and their families shall not derive any benefit or assist any other person to derive benefit on the account of information accessible to them about the affairs of the organization or of other groups involved such as contractors, suppliers etc.

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