Courtesy of Synergy Thrislington A 200-member team broke the speed record in India by assembling the components of a steel-framed building in two days, working around the clock. Courtesy of Synergy Thrislington At the site, workers erected prefabricated floor subassemblies and other factory-built components. The builder claims that nearly 80% of the work was done in the factory. Related Links: Instacon Time-Lapse Construction Video Synergy Thrislington In just 48 hours, workers assembled the prefabricated structural-steel subassemblies and other components—without any interior finishes—of a 10-story building in the industrial town of Mohali in northwestern India. The still-unfinished building holds the nation’s
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