In a development that has the potential to disrupt the country's real estate space, L&T Construction has added muscle to its intent to leverage the latest technologies by entering the 3D construction space. The move co-incides with the Centre's plan to build about 60 million dwelling units in order to provide ‘Housing for All’ and meet burgeoning urbanisation requirements. L&T Construction essentially plans to build structures using 3D printed technology as it seeks make substantial improvement in speed and scale.
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First Published: Tue, February 09 2021. 16:30 IST