INFRASTRUCTURE

Infrastructure consists of public and private physical improvements such as roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, power grids and telecommunications (including Internet connectivity and broadband speeds). In general, it has also been defined as "the physical components of interdependent systems providing essential products and services to enable, maintain or improve the living conditions of society".

There are two general types of infrastructure, hardware, or software views. Physical infrastructure refers to the physical networks necessary for the operation of a modern industry. This includes roads, bridges, railways, etc. Soft infrastructure refers to all institutions that maintain the economic, health, social and cultural standards of a country. This includes educational programs, parks and recreation facilities, law enforcement agencies and emergency services.

HARD INFRASTRUCTURE

Physical infrastructure is the physical infrastructure of roads, bridges, etc., as opposed to the physical infrastructure of human capital and the institutions that cultivate it. This article describes both tangible assets, control systems, software necessary for the operation, management and monitoring of systems, as well as any accessory buildings, installations or vehicles constituting an essential part of the system. . Also included are fleets operating on schedules such as public transport buses and garbage collection, as well as basic energy or communication facilities that are not usually part of a physical network, such as refineries. oil, broadcasting and television broadcasting facilities.

SOFT INFRASTRUCTURE

A soft infrastructure brings together all the services needed to maintain the economic, health, cultural and social standards of a population. This includes both physical assets such as buildings and highly specialized equipment, as well as non-physical assets such as communication, the set of rules and regulations governing the different systems, the financing of these systems, the systems and organizations that characterize professionals. trained, advance in their careers by gaining experience, and are disciplined if required by professional associations. This includes institutions such as the financial system, the education system, the health care system, the system of government, law enforcement and emergency services. The essence of flexible infrastructure is the provision of specialized services to people. Unlike much of the services sector of the economy, the delivery of these services is dependent on highly developed systems and large specialized facilities, specialized fleets or institutions.

INFRASTRUCTURE & HEAVY CONSTRUCTION

Infrastructure and heavy construction include projects such as highways, public transit systems, tunnels, bridges, pipelines, drainage systems and sewage treatment plants. Most of these projects are publicly owned and therefore financed either by bonds or taxes. This category of construction is characterized by a high degree of mechanization, which has gradually replaced some labor-intensive operations.

Engineers and builders engaged in infrastructure construction tend to be highly specialized because each market segment requires different types of skills. However, the demand for different segments of infrastructure and heavy construction can evolve with saturation in some segments. For example, while available highway construction projects are declining, some heavy construction contractors are rapidly moving their workforce and equipment into the mining sector where jobs are available.

SOUJANYA CONSTRUCTIONS is Government certified company, Most of projects are Government Projects (Panchayathi, Irrigation, WR&D). The Soujanya Construction has completed close to 70 projects. The Soujanya Construction has successfully completed diverse projects like Roads, buildings, waterplants and commercial projects as well. The company has expertise of handling multiple projects at a time.

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