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UltraTech Cement Lanka partners IIESL’s Technical Session for construction industry professionals


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UltraTech Cement Lanka Ltd., a part of the Aditya Birla Group, stepped forward to sponsor the Technical Session of the Institute of Incorporated Engineers of Sri Lanka (IIESL), held recently at the CIDA (ICTAD) Auditorium. 

The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from engineers related to the construction field, university students and other leading professionals. The Technical Session was focused on enhancing technical skills of IIESL members and attendees. 

One of the speakers at the session, Dr. Lalith Senaweera, delivered a speech on ‘Drivers and Barriers in Implementing ISO 9001 QMS Effectively within Sri Lanka’, while the Country Head for Ultra Tech Cement Lanka, Keshav Hegde, elaborated on product specifications and consistency in quality of cement as one of the most important parameters for deciding cement procurement.

Commenting further, Hegde said: “Ultra Tech Cement Lanka is pleased to partner IIESL for its highly informative Technical Session held in Colombo, which was highly informative and useful. The Institute is doing yeoman’s service in building the knowledge base of technical professionals in Sri Lanka’s construction industry. The topic of product specifications and how to execute them is of deep significance at a time when Sri Lanka’s construction industry is seeing the introduction of new technologies. 

“UltraTech Cement Lanka – a leading cement supplier for many mega projects and skyscrapers – is the engineers’ ideal choice as it supports projects’ product specifications. The chemical and physical properties of cement are crucial in deciding the overall quality and durability of construction. UltraTech Cement ensures that its customers derive an optimal combination of strength and durability on a consistent basis.”


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