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Indian Construction

‘INDIAN CONSTRUCTION’ is the monthly bulletin of BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (BAI) established in 1941. It is circulated, to apart from all BAI members (comprising of contractors, developers, architects, consultants, etc.), to Institutions, Individuals, Senior officials of the Central and various State Government departments and undertakings; various national associations like BAI in countries all over the world; various International Organisations, like World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Research Institutions, etc. The bulletin is also sent to all member organisations of International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Associations (IFAWPCA) and Confederation of International Contractors’ Associations (CICA).

‘INDIAN CONSTRUCTION’ carries article of interest to the constituents of the Indian construction industry – those which make a difference in running their business. View of important personalities form the industry, statistical information, Government circulars, company & product profiles, important judgements, legal notes, etc. are regularly carried in the bulletin.

By virtue of its size, with a direct membership of 9,000 and indirect membership of 30,000 through various regional Associations affiliated to it, BAI, is the only true spokesman for this core industry.


Readership Coverage

Contractors & Developers 45%
Architects 25%
Consultants 15%
Institutions (Educational) 05%
Govt. Departments 05%
International Subscription etc 05%

All India Readership Distribution

East 9%
North 11%
South 40%
West 37%
International 3%

It has acquired ‘Numero Uno’ status amongst the construction trade bulletin in India. Due to its wide and varied circulation, advertising in ‘INDIAN CONSTRUCTION’ reaches the actual users of construction materials and/or machinery. The advertiser gets assured exposure to targeted customers. Since complimentary copies are sent to senior officials of the Central and State Government departments and undertakings who are the decision-makers for approving the list of construction machineries and materials, the products advertised in the bulletin gets wide and authentic acceptability automatically.

The object being of rendering service to members, the advertisement rates cover only the cost of printing and hence are very reasonable. Advertising in the bulletin not only hits the actual users directly but also gives maximum exposure to the advertiser as each copy of the bulletin is read by at least six persons.