BluEntCAD affiliates itself with CTBUH – Delivering Efficient Architectural Drawing Services
With CTBUH’s affiliation, the company hopes to penetrate untapped potential across the globe.
Toronto, ON – Friday, June 09, 2017 : In a welcome step, BluEntCAD affiliated itself with the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. We are now a proud member of CTBUH, and aim to expand our market of delivering construction documentation services to other parts of the world.
Explaining the association, Sajeel Khanna, SVP, BluEntCAD commented, “India is relatively on the backburner on embracing the recent advents in Construction industry. We need more and more construction companies to form alliances with CTBUH and other associations. India needs smart cities and buildings to transform the Urban Infrastructure, now more than ever. We hope to set an example with our association with CTBUH.”
The Council of Tall Building and Urban Habitat facilitates knowledge exchange about the latest trends and sustainable practices in the construction of tall buildings. It does this with events, publications, research, web resources, working groups and international representatives.
Chaired by Mr. David Malott, the Council also has an Asia Headquarter in Shanghai. The council is not for profit. The mission of CTBUH is to study and report “on all aspects of planning, design and construction of tall buildings.”
CTBUH has an extensive database of the tallest buildings of the world and hosts annual conferences with the World Congress every three to five years.
As is the case with every construction project, architectural drawings are of utmost importance in the designing tall buildings and urban cities too.
BluEntCAD’s expert designer team delivers efficient construction drawing sets for clients across the globe.
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