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Mumbai Infrastructure Global Solution Summit 2019

Global Solutions to Mumbai’s Infrastructure
Global Solutions to Mumbai’s Infrastructure


Date: 21-12-2019
Registration: 08:30 – 09:00
Assembly: 09:00 – 09:30
Inauguration: 09:30 – 10:30

About The Award

Panel discussions at Day 1 Inauguration
Mumbai and its growing infra needs —
Key note address

Panel 1

Quality of Construction and
How critical is monitoring from government

Panel 2

Funding solutions for infra implementation (Banker, Govt rep, industry asso/ rep, project consultant)

Panel 3

Solid waste management key for Metro regions

Panel 4

Water Crisis and management

Panel 5

IoT, Big Data, and efficiency

Panel 6

Creating inland waterway infrastructure


India Financial capital while standing tall during most of the year, become sorry figure during the monsoon. The city that boasts of hefty financial deals, a city that has an increasing number of high net worth individuals, headquarters to many business conglomerates, the city comes to a standstill if it rains continuously for a couple of hours.

The citizens are left wondering, every year crores of rupees are being spent on improving the city infrastructure, which repeatedly appears to be futile. What can find a sustainable solution for this perennial problem? To deliberate, share knowledge, technology adaptation, and find a solution, Construction Times from ARK Media has designed this full-day conference — Mumbai Global Summit.

It requires concentrated efforts and continuous process in place to rectify the existing infrastructure issues and align with the vision of creating world-class infrastructure for the city. This platform will bring the policymakers, international and domestic experts in design, construction, technology, equipment and investors under the same roof. To deliberate, design and conclude practical, implementable solutions to create the best infrastructure.

Plans in Pipeline

Currently, the Mumbai City appears as a large construction site having multiple metro lines, flyovers and underground lines being built. Once completed, the city’s mobility issue to a greater extent would be addressed. It is also imperative to address the problem such as drainage, solid waste management and water conservation for a better living in this city.

Clear road maps back India’s aspiration to be a US$ 5 trillion economy.

The government has outlaid humungous projects for infrastructure for the next five years. Equal boost has been given to industrial corridors, dedicated freight corridors, Bharatmala network of roads, Sagarmala and UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) projects to improve connectivity. A national highway grid, a gas grid, electricity grid, inland water grid are envisaged with clarity.

Key Conference Deliverables

  • Explore solutions in developing world class infrastructure projects in Mumbai
  • Focus on the state of art construction technologies and best practices in this sector
  • Project management strategies for executing projects within budget & deadline
  • Discussion on financial assistance for infrastrucutre players
  • Enlighten awareness on new initiatives, opportunities & policies to enable an smooth functioning
  • Learn about new solutions for existing road block through knowledge sharing & case study analysis
  • Networking opportunities with industry leaders and key executives

Delegate Profile

Participants of the Mumbai Infrastructure-Global Solution Summit 2019 consists of:

  • Policy Makers
  • Decision makers from government & public sector undertaking / inter governmental agencies and corporations
  • Representatives from national, state and city government agencies
    Infrastructure developers
  • Construction companies Engineering companies
  • Financial institutions and banks
  • IT solutions providers
  • Building material / logistics / manufacturers and suppliers of material to the infrastructure sector such as
  • equipment, steel, cement, cables, equipment, wires, pipes etc.
  • Transport sector companies and allied industries
  • Academic & research bodies

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