Indian company plans to construct 10-story building in 48 hours

|  December 07, 2012 |

Harpal Singh of Synergy Thrislington — an SAS infrastructure company based in Nagar, India — has plans to construct a 10-story building in only 48 hours, Hinustan Times reported.

The project concept includes 10 floors of ‘Instacon’ skyscraper built by three cranes and more than 200 technicians and workers. Video cameras will record the process.

Sukhbir Singh Badal, Punjab deputy chief minister, inaugurated the construction on December 6 at industrial area, Phase 1, SAS Nagar.

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