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GMR Group is a Bangalore headquartered global infrastructure major. Found- ed in 1978, the core businesses of the group are in the sectors of Infrastruc- ture comprising of Airports, Energy, Highways and Urban Infrastructure.
SYConE was chosen by GMR for these two Build, Own, Transfer (BOT) projects under its new Annuity schemes. GMR required SYConE to prepare a cost estimate for both the projects and suggest the choice of construction technology to be used.
The state of Madhya Pradesh in India has an extensive road network. There are 14 national highways with a total length of 3,714 Kms and state highways with a total length of 8,728 Kms.
The project consisted of rehabilitation and upgrade of state highway roads in Madhya Pradesh. The Consultancy services of the Client included the prepa- ration of DPR for 850 Kms of Road.
The Project consisted of preparation of DPR for the Udaipur to Ajmer section of the Golden Quadrilateral.
The Golden Quadrilateral (GQ) is a highway network connecting India's four largest metropolises: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, thus forming a quadrilateral of sorts. The network also serves Bangalore, Pune, Ahmedabad and Surat. The largest highway project in India, it is the first phase of the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) and consists of building 5,846 Kms of four/six lane express highways at a cost of INR 60,000 Crore (US $13.3 billion)
The upgrade of the Ghat section on National Highway 13 included pavement re-construction, construction of 3 RUBs, 1 ROB, bridges, tunnels and cross drainage works. With heavy vehicular traffic on this stretch of road, the timely completion of this project was key to enable smooth flow of traffic with zero traffic accidents.
M/s IAMPL is a joint venture between M/s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited & M/s Rolls Royce (UK).This project is developed over an area of 5 Acres for creating a state-of-the-art facility for machining ring forgings into shrouds (seals) and cones to be used within Rolls Royce Civil Gas Turbines, more commonly known as jet engines. The facility will manufacture in excess of 130 different parts which will be used across the existing range of Rolls Royce Civil Engines.
The Multi Level Car Parking Project is located at Delhi International Airport. The facility is constructed near T-3 Terminus Building and the total built-up area is 1.25 million sft and is intended to serve the parking requirement for the new terminal.