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Our continuing projects include the following:


Construction of Delhi-Rohtak section of NH-10 on BOT basis
October 2012


    
 
  • Construction of highways for the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI);
  • Works include: design, engineering, finance, construction, operation and maintenance;
  • Current project on Delhi/ Haryana border to Rohtak section of NH-10, from 29.70 km to 87.00 km;
  • This includes including the construction of Bahadurgarh and Rohtak Bypass in the state of Haryana under NHDP phase IIIA on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis; and
  • This work commenced in May 2008 in a JV company: West Haryana Highway projects Pvt. Ltd with Era Infra Engineering Ltd.




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Construction of Underground Rock Caverns for strategic storage of crude oil at Mangalore November 2012

TICIL is engaged in the civil works of the Underground Rock Caverns for the strategic storage of crude oil, (1.5mn MT/ 14mn barrels), at Mangalore, Karnataka, from Engineers India Limited ("EIL"), for Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited ("ISPRL").

This bid, for Rs.403.50 crores, was secured in a 'Reverse Auction' in a Joint Venture with S.K. Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., ("SK E&C"), Korea, against industry majors such as L&T, HCC and Soma-Marti of Sweden, amongst others.


Salient features of the work includes:

  • 4 Nos. Rock Caverns of 913 m length, 20 m width and 26~31 m height;
  • 2 Nos. Vertical shafts of 121~131 m length and 7~10 m diameter;
  • 4 Nos. Water Curtain Galleries of 920 m length, 6.5~9 m width and 6.5 m height;
  • 1 No. Access Tunnel of 900 m length, 12 m width and 8 m height;
  • 2 Nos. Gas Connections of 4 m x 4 m; and
  • 2 Nos. Inlet/ Outlet Connections of 7 m x 8 m.

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Limbdi Branch Canal Project - Oct 2012

TICIL was awarded the contract for construction of Limbdi branch and distributaries combined stretch of around 300 km in the state of Gujarat in Aug 2011 for providing irrigation facility to mitigate the water scarcity problems in the state of Gujarat. The work involves construction of Embankments and Concrete lined Canal. The work is in progress.
Construction of Underground Rock Caverns for strategic storage of crude oil at Padur, May 2013

TICIL is also engaged in the civil works of the Underground Rock Caverns for the strategic storage of crude oil, at Padur, Karnataka, from Engineers India Limited ("EIL"), for Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited ("ISPRL").

This bid, for Rs.376.00 crores, was secured in a 'Reverse Auction' in a Joint Venture with S.K. Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., ("SK E&C"), Korea.


Salient features of the work includes:

  • 1 No. Access Tunnel of 1119 M length, 12 M width & 8 Mt height;
  • 4 Nos. Rock Caverns each of 700 M length, 20 M width & 26-31 M height;
  • 4 Nos. Vertical Shafts each of 62 M - 84 M length; and
  • 1 No. Water Curtain Galleries of 1788 M length, 6.5 M height & 6.5 M width.

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