Masonry and Civil construction

Over 20 persons are involved in various civil construction activities from masonry, bar bending, concreting, PCC , plastering  and so on. They have been trained in best practices of each of these activities to ensure that the quality and integrity of these structures is of a high standard. Seismic resilient features have been incorporated into their building repertoire ; GI wire containment masonry, appropriate tie bands at various heights  along the vertical plane of the building, appropriate reinforcement sizing of all reinforced concrete components, etc. 

Masonry techniques involving both load bearing and infill masonry, with a variety of block dimensions have been given specific emphasis. These activities aim at also reducing material wastage, incongruous and unsafe construction and aim at improving quality of bare bones building construction.

Masonry plinth with RCC tie band
Masonry plinth with RCC tie band

CSEB masonry with starter course
CSEB masonry with starter course

Metal decking for upper floor
Metal decking for upper floor

Masonry plinth with RCC tie band
Masonry plinth with RCC tie band

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