Whether it is for surviving the stiff-necked market competition amidst economic downturn or triggering a fiscal thrust; adopting the strategy of having a good infrastructural base goes a long way in shaping the business growth of enterprises. Thus, be it a small scale textile firm or a large pharmaceutical plant, no company can maximize its business potential and gain economic stimulus unless supported by a well-networked infrastructure backed by hi-tech machineries and tools.
Now building a streamlined infrastructure is not a single activity. From maneuvering complex engineering projects, handling detailed fabrication works, to at times even providing consultant services to clients; setting up an infrastructure demands excellent technical and project management skills. Like erecting a new facility, equally complex is the task of applying novel technologies and integrating them with existing ones for expanding an already existing infrastructural set up of a company.
To address these infrastructural requirements of businesses and drive companies on to a rapid growth curve through a balanced infrastructure network, a number of players have forayed into the construction business in India. Apart from various construction giants, many mid-sized construction companies have ventured into the business to enhance the construction environment in India. There has been influx of so many construction companies, that after industries like IT enabled services, auto, telecom and health, the construction sector today accounts a substantial share towards India’s total GDP.
Most of these companies being IT enabled, carry out engineering projects entailing technologically-superior design and wide-ranging services. Empowered in terms of plant, machinery, measuring and testing equipments/instruments, they offer services that range from procurement, furnishing, fitting, testing to commissioning. Most of them who have requisite technical facility in place actively involve themselves in the IT workspace by offering a selection of services that covers Customer Application Development, Business Intelligence Solutions, E-business, ERP, CRM and Enterprise Application Integration among others.
However, it is to be understood the scope of these companies are not constricted to erecting buildings or plants, but covers a broad expanse of challenging and demanding projects in a large scale. Most of these IT enabled construction companies have experience in offering services that cover mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works including fabrication, erection and equipment installation works in different sectors such as power, urban infrastructure, transportation, oil & gas pipeline, irrigation and water supply, etc.
Some of the well-established ones having business units across India and tie-ups with global companies even share highly profitable business dealings with big public undertakings and various prestigious private industrial houses in India. Thus, from Engineering Projects, Construction, Fabrication Works, IT Enabled Services to Consultant Services, Indian construction companies exploit end number of project areas providing multiple services with strategic insight, thorough evaluation and perfect execution.