We are mainly working in the Infrastructure sector
Infrastructure refers to structures, systems, and facilities serving the economy of business, industry, country, city, town, or area, including the services and facilities necessary for its economy to function. It is typically a term to characterize the existence or condition of costly ‘technical structures’ such as roads, bridges, tunnels, or other constructed facilities such as loading docks, cold storage chambers, electrical capacity, fuel tanks, cranes, overhead clearances, or components of water supplies, sewers, electrical grids, telecommunications, and so forth. Infrastructure thus consists of improvements with significant cost to develop or install that return an essential value over time.
With a steadily rising global population, associated demographic shifts, and the environmental impacts of resource consumption increasing exponentially, existing infrastructure have pushed to its very limits. There is now a higher demand than ever before for new and replacement infrastructure to meet the growing needs of industrialised and developing nations.