Production of Hollow Core Slabs at Urbanaac

Production of Precast Wall Panel at Urbanaac

Production of Precast Compound Wall Panel at Urbanaac

Award for Infrastructure Development

Urbanaac has won the Outstanding Achievement Award for Infrastructure Development awarded by All India Achievers Foundation (AIAF) on the occasion of National Seminar on “National Economic Development and Social Responsibilities”.

Apurva Amin Architect's team visits our Project Site

The Apurva Amin Architect’s team were happy to visit our project site at Ahmedabad University and be introduced to the Precast Concrete Construction, an advance technological solution offering precision based work.

Vadodara Institute of Engineering visits Urbanaac

Students from Vadodara Institute of Engineering visited Urbanaac’s facility to connect their academic curriculum and the industrial advancements through immediate experience of the very technology itself. To educate our future engineers, Our experts explained the technology step by step to stir the brains to think about the possible ways to create an impact for a better future. We hope to bring in an actual realization about the needs of our construction industry and the challenges it is and would be facing, and an early and easy resolution using these technological revolutions.

Faculties from CEPT University visit Urbanaac

When Industry experts call it thrilling to witness the scale of possibilities offered by Precast Concrete Construction, we pride ourselves of being a part of this revolutionary technology. Partnering with Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University for further development of process efficiency, we look forward to value engineer our Precast Concrete Construction.

Students from CEPT University visit Urbanaac...

The students of CEPT University visited Urbanaac’s facility. Urbanaac pushed these younger brains to think about newer avenues of bringing efficiency in our construction industry for better construction days ahead.

For Greener Surroundings...

By 29 August 2019, 80,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil representing 77% rise in the same period in 2018, causing to lose 1145 sq. km of the land cover of the world’s largest ‘Carbon Sink’.

Let’s all do our bit to make the earth a greener place to live!