The Government of Uttar Pradesh worked proactively to improve the connectivity of the National Capital Region to improve tourist attraction of Taj Mahal at Agra through the new 6 Lanes Access Controlled Expressway with the brand name of Yamuna Expressway.The Yamuna Expressway Project was conceived with the idea to not only reduce the time travel between New Delhi and Agra but also to open up avenue for Industrial and Urban development of the region and provide the base for convergence to tourism and other allied industries.The longest access six lane project was originated in 2001, for which, a statutory body of Government of Uttar Pradesh was constituted, named as, Taj Expressway Authority (TEA) on 20 April 2001.The 165 km long Yamuna Expressway have been developed by the Jaypee Group under Public-Private Partnership.The project was formally inaugurated on 9 August 2012 by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav.

We have done work with various contractors by fulfilling  all the requirements of heavy construction equipments to complete this project and were glad to be the part of the same.


The Hyderabad Metro Rail Project is the world’s largest Public-Private Partnership project in the metro sector, covering 72 km across 3 corridors, transporting Hyderabad to the future.To respond the rising public transport needs and mitigate escalating vehicular traffic in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the State Government and the South Central Government jointly launched the Multi Modal Transport System (MMTS) in August 2003.The increase in the population of Hyderabad made MMTS insufficient alone, which led to Union Ministry of Urban Development giving the nod for The Hyderabad Metro Rail Project and directed the DMRC to conduct a survey on the project.The 72 km standard gauge network features to ballastless track throughout and is electrified at 25Kv to 50Hz.The project was showcased as one of the top 100 strategic global infrastructure projects at the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum held in New York during Feb-March 2013.

We were proud to be a part of such an overpowering project which led to the development of the country, by providing heavy construction equipments.


L&T IDPL was awarded a contract by the government of Odisha for developing a road project. The road project issued by the Odisha Works Department, was built under the Public-Private-Partnership model. The stretch was extended for 163 km. It was L&T IDPL’s first road project in Odisha, executed on a build-operate-transfer basis. Initially, the road had two lanes and so, were widened to four lanes along with other facilities such as flyovers, underpasses, bridges, bus bays, rest areas and service roads.The project has state-of-art facilities such as advanced Highway Traffic Management Systems, Highway Patrolling Service and Accident Vehicle Recovery Service.

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Kochi Metro is a metro system serving the city of Kochi in Kerala, India. It was opened to the public within four years of starting the construction, making it the fastest completed metro project in India until the Lucknow Metro overtook it. The Kochi metro project is the first metro in the country which connects rail, road and water transport facilities.  On October 2017, Kochi Metro was named the Best Urban Mobility Project in India by the Urban Development Ministry, as part of the Urban Mobility India (UMI) international conference hosted by the ministry every year. Then Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh laid the foundation stone for the Kochi Metro rail project in 2012, construction work was started in June 2013 and a 13.4 km section of the line from Aluva to Palarivattom was opened to passengers on 17 June 2017 by Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India. A second 5 km section from Palarivattom to Maharaja’s College Stadium was inaugurated on October 3, 2017. Kochi metro was lauded for its decision to employ Kudumbashree workers and also members of the transgender community. It is the world’s first metro whose entire management operations are handled by women. Every Kochi Metro station is designed on a specific theme around Kerala culture and geography.

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HL Bridge across river Ganga was constructed on NH-13 at Shri Rampur Ghat, Ballia in Uttar Pradesh by UP State Bridge Corporation Ltd. The bridge is an extra dozed, pre-casted and pre-stressed segmental box gider of 2.544km with 25 foundations and 8 modules, each of 318m. It has a deck and a carriageway of width 11.300m and 7.500m respectively.

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 The Agra Lucknow Expressway is a 302km tolled controlled-access highway, constructed by the Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority to reduce traffic in already congested roads and to reduce pollution and carbon footprint. It is the longest expressway in India. The expressway reduced the distance between the cities of Agra and Lucknow in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a 6-lane expressway which is expandable to 8-lanes in future. It was completed and inaugurated on 21 November 2016 by the then Chief Minister, Mr. Akhilesh Yadav. It is widely seen as his dream project and the flagship model of development in the state, being the first of its kind to be completed in the shortest span of time. The project  was completed in 22 months. The Expressway will carry all public amenities viz. underpasses, service roads, provision for green belt, rest houses, petrol pumps, service centres, restaurants and four agricultural mandis for milk, potatoes, grains, fruits and vegetables.

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Namma Metro, also known as Bengaluru Metro is a metro system serving the city of Bengaluru, India. As of October 2018, it is the third longest operational metro network in India after the Delhi Metro and Hyderabad Metro. On the other hand, Namma Metro was ranked the 83rd largest metro system in terms of length and the 79th largest metro network in terms of number of operating stations in the world. It also contains the first underground metro line in South India. The metro network consists of two colour-coded lines, with a total length of 42.3 kilometres serving 41 stations. The system has a mix of underground, at-grade, and elevated stations using standard-gauge tracks. The metro has an average daily ridership of 315,000 passengers. By 2023, the system is expected to complete its phase 2 network and provide connectivity to the city’s important tech hubs of Electronics City and Whitefield. The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL), a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Karnataka, built and operates the Namma Metro. Namma Metro was the second rail transport system in India to use 750V DC third rail traction, the first being the Kolkata Metro.

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The Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra, designed to reduce traffic congestion in the city, and supplement the overcrowded Mumbai Suburban Railway (colloquially called local trains) network. It is being built in three phases over a 15-year period, with overall completion expected in 2025. When completed, the core system will comprise eight high-capacity metro railway lines, spanning a total of 235 kilometres and serviced by 200 stations. As of August 2018, Mumbai metro consisted of 1 operational line (Line 1 – elevated metro from Versova to Ghatkopar), and 4 lines under various stages of construction. Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro system is operated by Metro One Operation Private Limited (MOOPL).  In June 2006, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh laid the foundation stone for the first phase of the Mumbai Metro project.

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Tata Steel has started working on the ground on its expansion at the greenfield Kalinganagar plant in Odisha in April this year. After full ramp-up to eight million tonnes, Tata Steel hopes the Kalinganagar plant with its diversified and enriched product mix to fetch better margins and be more cost-effective than the Jamshedpur facility. The expansion is expected to be completed in 48 months. The key takeaway of Tata Steel’s second phase expansion is the establishment of a cold rolling mill to exclusively cater to the need of the automotive sector. At Kalinganagar, the steel company is looking to tap emerging, value-added products and segments like construction & projects, pre-engineered buildings, oil & gas, lifting and excavation and shipbuilding. Also, the company has approvals from a leading oil marketing company for the supply of API grade steel. The steelmaker has also established itself as a major player in the large diameter pipeline segment through Kalinganagar.

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Union Minister for road transport & highways, shipping and water resources Nitin Gadkari and Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis laid the foundation stone for an international cruise terminal in Mumbai in January 2018. Spread over 4.15 lakh square feet, the terminal is being built with a capacity to host 700,000 passengers. The terminal is expected to be ready by 2019.  The aim is to make this place in Mumbai comparable with Miami. Just like the port city of Miami on Florida’s southeastern tip, Mumbai is aiming to develop a floating restaurant and a marina along with the cruise terminal. The new terminal will have restaurants, retail spaces and will be open to local citizens for recreation, leisure and shopping. There will also be separate lounges for arrival and departure. The project will be undertaken in two phases, wherein by the end of 2018, we will be able to cater to 200,000 passengers. Post the completion by the end of 2019, the new terminal will cater to more than 700,000 passengers, with facilities at par with international standards. The operations and maintenance (O&M) of the terminal will be carried out on a public-private partnership (PPP) model.

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Beefed up by strong set of numbers for the previous quarter and rising steel prices, JSW Steel announced in May 2018 that it will hike up its steel capacity by 37 per cent in the next two years. Clearly, it does not intend to relinquish its position as India’s largest steel maker to Tata Steel. The latter is now a strong contender for the title having recently got the NCLT’s nod to acquire Bhushan Steel, barring further litigation challenges of course. They have decided to expand our capacity from 18 MT (million tonne) to 24.7 MT, which includes addition of one MT at Vijaynagar and 0.67 MT at Dolvi unit, and also expand their downstream projects by 2020. Going forward, JSW Steel hopes that the 17 per cent growth in the automobile industry, 14 per cent in the appliances industry and infrastructure and housing sector growth will create huge demand for domestic steel players. In order to meet that demand, Tata Steel and JSW Steel are not only expanding their respective facilities but will also keep an eye out for more beleaguered assets going under the hammer.

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Doosan Power Systems India is offering turnkey EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) solutions for coal fired power plants based upon its core and well integrated in-house strengths such as manufacturing of Supercritical and Ultra Supercritical boilers at Chennai, highly skilled engineering manpower capable of undertaking engineering for entire EPC scope including FGD & SCR and well experienced project management team. Unhindered technology access, along with Doosan Power business group’s synergies, fully complements Doosan Power Systems India’s indigenous expertise across the power generation value chain. Success of Doosan Power Systems India in securing EPC contracts of Obra ‘C’ 2×660 MW and Jawaharpur 2×660 MW is a testimony to the strengths & capabilities of Doosan Power Systems India. With strong synergies prevailing across the entire Doosan group organisations to focus on Indian market, Doosan Power Systems India has positioned itself strongly to be a highly competent EPC player in Indian market in the long term.

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Nagpur Metro is an under construction rapid transit system for the city of Nagpur, India. In February 2014, the Government of Maharashtra gave approval for the Metro Project, while Government of India’s Ministry of Urban Development had given “In Principle” approval for the Project. On 20 August 2014, Union Cabinet gave approval for the development of project, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid foundation stone on 21 August on his visit to the city. Construction on the project began on 31 May 2015, with trial run began on 30th September 2017 and an anticipated partial commercial operation on Line 1 i.e. Orange line in April 2018. To execute the project, the Cabinet approved setting up of Nagpur Metro Rail Corporation Limited (NMRCL) now known as MahaMetro . NMRCL is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) created for the smooth implementation and operations of the Nagpur Metro Rail Project and is a joint venture of Government of India and Government of Maharashtra, with 50:50 equity. NMRCL shall be solely responsible for the successful and timely completion of the project and its subsequent operations. The project is scheduled to be completed by December 2019.

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Raipur – Bilaspur expressway is an expressway linking Bilaspur and Raipur, two key cities in Chhattisgarh State. Raipur is the capital of the state of Chhattisgarh. The National Highway 200 (NH-200) and NH-30 connects these cities. The traffic overcrowding will be relieved and National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will also be benefited from Raipur – Bilaspur expressway. Raipur and Bilaspur are two significant Urban agglomeration and industrial cities too . This road has been most awaited project for state government and its public. As of now, this road is still constructing deadline date of the project is December 2018. This road has been constructing to 47 km six lane to Raipur to Simga after this road will be constructed to four lane till Bilaspur.

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The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure approved the four laning of Jabalpur- Katni- Rewa Section of NH-7 in Madhya Pradeshin August 2011. The main object of the project is to expedite the improvement of infrastructure in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The project road caters to the major traffic leading to Allahabad, Varanasi, Rewa, Jabalpur, Lakhnadone, Nagpur etc. This stretch is an important link which joins Golden Quadrilateral with several ordinance factories located in Jabalpur. It will help in increasing the employment potential of the area, provide jobs to local labourers for the project activities and enhance development of tourism activities, keeping in view the presence of Marble Rocks, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park amongst others.
The main impact of the project lies in reducing the time and cost of travel of the traffic, particularly heavy traffic, plying between Jabalpur-Katni-Rewa. The project is covered in the four districts of Madhya Pradesh i.e. Jabalpur, Katni, Satna & Rewa, but will benefit all those commuting between Nagpur and Kolkata.

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The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for development of the four laning of the Biaora-Dewas section of National Highway – 3 in Madhya Pradesh.This is working under the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) Phase-IV. The approval is in Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) basis in BOT (Toll) mode.The total length of the road will be approximately 141.26 kms. The main object of the project is to expedite the improvement of infrastructure in Madhya Pradesh and also in reducing the time and cost of travel for traffic, particularly heavy traffic, plying between Guna-Biaora-Dewas, which are major cities of Madhya Pradesh. The development of this stretch will also help in uplifting the socio-economic condition of the concerned regions of the State and would also increase employment potential for local labourers for project activities. The project is covered in the region of Guna-Biaora-Dewas.

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The Project Road passes through the states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh traversing through the districts of Rupnagar (Punjab), Solan and Bilaspur (both in Himachal Pradesh) and is expected to be operational by December 2018.The project would reduce the distance from Kiratpur to Nerchowk by about 47 km from 130 km to 84.38 km out of which 50 km would be green alignment which implies that the highway would snake through 50 km of virgin areas touched by road for the first time.The project would have five tunnels measuring 5,070 metres. The project would have 17 major and 28 minor bridges, 64 box converts, 98 slab converts, 65 pipe converts, one flyover and four pedestrian underpasses.

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The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure approved the development of four laning of Kashipur-Sitarganj Section of NH-74 in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.The total length of the road will be 77.20 kms.The main object of the project is to expedite the improvement of infrastructure in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh and also in reducing the time and cost of travel for traffic, particularly heavy traffic, plying between Kashipur-Sitarganj. The National Highway NH-74 is an important link connecting rapidly growing industrial and commercial hubs like Haridwar, Kashipur, Udhamsingh Nagar of Uttaarkhand and Bareilly and eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh. It will also increase the employment potential for local labourers for project activities.
The project is covered in the districts of Udhamsingh Nagar in Uttarakhand and in Rampur and Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh.

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Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Station is a coal based thermal power project located nearby Gangai village in Gadarwara Tehsil in Narsinghpur District in Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of NTPC Limited. Its planned capacity is 3200 MW (4×800 MW). The land for the project is already acquired and the foundation stone for the project was laid in February 2014. NTPC Limited awarded the EPC contract to BHEL for this project. The first unit was synchronized with grid in August 2018. The total land identified for the project is 1990 acres, out of which 1350 acres of land will be acquired and used in Stage-I. Land compensation award under the LA act has been made for total private land.

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The idea behind PM Modi’s ambitious Rs.5.5 lakh crore river linking project is to deal with the problems of drought and floods afflicting different parts of the country, while decreasing farmers’ dependency on uncertain monsoon rains. It’s a large scale civil engineering project that aims to interlink more than 60 rivers across India, including Ganges. The project is being managed by India’s National Water Development Agency (NWDA), under the Union Ministry of Water Resources. The overall implementation of ILR programme would give benefits of 35 million hectares of irrigation, raising the ultimate irrigation potential to 175 million hectares.

Inter Linking of Rivers Projects

  • Ken-Betwa
  • Damanganga-Pinjal
  • Par-Tapi-Narmada
  • Mahanadi-Godavari
  • Manas-Sankosh-Teesta-Ganga
  • Intra State Links

We are looking forward with new opportunities to contribute our best for the development of the country and be honoured by fulfilling the need of heavy contruction equipments at this project.


A dream project, raised by our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, in collaboration with Japan, is the first high speed railway on a 508 km long route between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. National High Speed Rail Authority (NHSRA), announced in Rail Budget of 2012-13, will look after the implementation on High Speed Rail in India. The preconstruction preparatory work has begun in the third quarter of 2017 and is expected to be completed in 2022. It is expected to cost Rs. 1.08 lakh crores, being built with 80% loan from Japan and will transport the passengers from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in just 3 hours with ticket fare cheaper than airplanes.  The total land is over 1,400 hectares, with 353 hectares in Maharashtra and the rest in Gujarat. The project covers 3 districts in Maharashtra and 8 in Gujarat, besides a small area in Dadar and Nagar Haveli.

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