Transportation - Roads & Bridges

Recently Awarded Projects
   MPRDC Road Project JV in Madhya Pradesh

The Joint Venture comprising IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) and IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited in the ratio of 49:51 (Joint Venture) has received LOA for Package No. P-2 from Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation Limited (MPRDC) worth Rs. 175. 48 Crores.

The scope of work includes Widening and Reconstruction of Ganj-Rajnagar Road (MP-MDR-35-02), Laundi-Mahoba Road (MP-MDR-35-11), Nawgong Shrinagar Road (MP-MDR-35-04) & Baxwaha Dalpatpur Road (MP-MDR-35-18) and is being funded by New Development Bank under Madhya Pradesh Major District Roads Upgradation Project (MPMDRUP).

The completion schedule of the works is 20 months.

Ongoing Projects
   Bidar to Humnabad Section EPC Road Contract from Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) in Karnataka

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) has received a Letter of Acceptance (LoA) for a Road Contract from Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) through CE (NH) PWD, Government of Karnataka for a total value of Rs. 242.56 Crores.

The Project involves Widening of two/four lane with paved shoulders from Km 54.37 to Km 101.400 (Bidar to Humnabad) Section of NH-50 on an EPC mode in the state of Karnataka with a completion period of 24 months.

   Birpur-Bihpur Section EPC Road Contract from Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH)

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) has signed an Agreement with Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) for execution of a road project that involves Rehabilitation and Upgradation to 2 Lanes with Paved Shoulders Configuration and Strengthening of Birpur-Bihpur Section (from km. 0.0 to km 106) of NH-106 in the state of Bihar under Phase-I of NHDP. The total value of the project is Rs. 675 Crores.

The Project is an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract.

IL&FS Engineering Services received the Letter of Acceptance (LoA) from Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) in December 2015, and the Agreement signing took place on July 29, 2016. The duration of the Project is 36 months.

   Four Laning of Patna Gaya Dobhi Section of NH-83
IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) has received a Letter of Award (LoA) from National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for a total value of Rs. 1232 Crores for Four Laning of Patna Gaya Dobhi Section of NH-83 from km 0.000 to km 127.217 in the state of Bihar to be executed under JICA ODA Loan Assistance. The project completion period is 1095 days from commencement date.
   Upgradation of Huda Sector Road in Gurgaon
IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services)has been awarded a turnkey EPC contract by DLF Limited for a value of Rs. 408.50 crores for construction of High Speed HUDA Sector Road starting from NH-8 to Sector 55/56 at Gurgaon. The Project is to be completed in 24 months from the date of commencement of work with a maintenance period of 5 years.

   Four Laning of Kiratpur Ner Chowk Section of NH-21 in the State of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) has received a Letter of Intent (LoI) from Kiratpur Ner Chowk Expressway Limited (KNCEL), an SPV incorporated by ITNL for the Project for a total value of Rs. 1436.08 crores of which the company's share is Rs. 1210.50 crores. The project is an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract that involves four laning of Kiratpur Ner Chowk Section of NH-21 in the state of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The project completion period is 1005 days from commencement date. The total length of the project is 84.375 Kms. covering the district of Rupnagar in Punjab, and the districts of Bilaspur and Manali in Himachal Pradesh.

The scope of work includes 67.3 Kms. of Road Works, Minor Bridges, 18 numbers of Major Bridges, 5 numbers of Main Tunnels including one Escape Tunnel, Flyover, Pedestrian/Cattle Underpass, Toll Plaza, Truck Lay Byes, Bus Bays, and so on.

The National Highway No. 21 is an important link connecting national capital and tourist destination of Manali in Himachal Pradesh. NH 21 is also a major link to Leh in Ladakh.

   Assam-17 Project

IL&FS Engineering Services bagged AS-17 road project in September, 2005. The contract package No. EW –II (AS-17) involves widening and strengthening of existing National Highway from two lane to four lane from Km.36.00 to Km.5.50 from Daboka to Nagaon section of NH - 36 in Assam.

The project includes the construction of 15 Nos. of 2 lane minor bridges, 8.3 Km length of RCC retaining wall with 8 Nos. of underpass and 6.6 Km service road on both the sides at under pass/retaining wall locations. As per the original contract provision type of main carriageway pavement was partly rigid and partly flexible but later on Vide letter No. SWK/NGG/EW-II (AS-17)/MAY/129A it was intimated the change of main carriageway pavement configuration and converted to fully Rigid Pavement.

The original cost of the project was 202.18 crores. The revised cost is Rs. 293.14 crores. The contract period is for 30 months.

   Assam-19 Project

IL&FS Engineering Services bagged AS-19 road project in September, 2005. This contract package No. EW-II (AS-19) involves the widening and strengthening of existing National Highway from two lanes to four lanes from Km.230.50 to Km.205.00 of Dharmatul to Sonapur section of NH-37 in Assam on East-West Corridor under Phase II Programme of NHDP contract package.

The contractual project duration is of 30 months. The initial cost of the project is Rs. 173.15 crores and the revised cost is Rs. 293.07 crores. The scope of work includes construction of major bridges, slab culverts, minor bridges, box culverts, vehicular underpass, pedestrian underpass and so on.

   AS-25

NHAI has awarded the AS-25 project to IL&FS Engineering Services on March 2, 2011. The project value is 374.90 crores. The work for this package AS-25 consists of constructing 27.600 Kms of existing National Highway to four lane of flexible bituminous concrete pavement (including sub layers of GSB drainage layer, WMM layer, DBM layer, and a wearing surface of BC) with a raised median of 1.50 m width. New construction will incorporate improvement of vertical and horizontal alignment and lengthening of existing cross drainage works. The scope of work includes major bridges, minor bridges, flexible pavement, culverts, HP culverts, slab culverts, box culverts, and so on.

   Nagaland Road Project

Nagaland Road Project was bagged by Maytas-Gayatri JV on February 3, 2011. The work involves two laning of Longleng- Changtongya Road, Mon-Tamlu-Merangkong Road, Phek -Pfutzero Road and Zunheboto-Chakabama Road in the state of Nagaland under phase A of Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for North East (SARDP-NE). The client is Public Works Department (PWD) (NH), and the value of Work under JV is Rs. 1089.55 crores out of which the Company’s share is 62%. The period of project is 36 months.

Completed Works

   NICE Project- Bangalore

NICE awarded the contract for the construction of 6 Lane Access Controlled Peripheral Road, Link Road and Expressway to IECCL. IECCL has executed and successfully completed the works in December 2008.

This prestigious project includes expressway as well as village connectivity roads and a major clover leaf grade separator - a structure to provide uninterrupted traffic flow.

   Mumbai - Pune Expressway

This Rs.1.5 billion six-lane project connects the industrial city of Pune with the financial capital of the country, Mumbai. IL&FS Engineering Services implemented a part of this prestigious project for MSRDC, Mumbai, using latest equipment like slip form pavers, auto controlled batching plant and 450 ton capacity mobile crusher. This well laid out world-class expressway has drastically reduced the travel time between the two cities.

   Outer Ring Road (ORR) - AP-02 Project

Originally Hyderabad Growth Corridor Limited awarded the construction of 8 Lane Access Controlled for the Package AP-2 from Kollur to Patancheru from KM 12+000 to 23+700 on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT-Annuity) basis, vide Concession Agreement dated August 17, 2007, to Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) company viz Cyberabad Expressway Limited (CEL/Employer, incorporated by the Consortium comprising IECCL (formerly Maytas Infra Limited) and Gayatri Projects Limited).

CEL appointed IECCL as EPC Contractor for executing the AP-2 project works. The project was successfully completed in March 2012.

Salient Features:

Length of Road : 11.70 Km
Width of Road : MCW-20.2m in normal stretches, SR-8.75m
Formation : High Embankment

Structures
  1. ROB : 1 Nos
  2. Minor Bridges :5 Nos – MCW, 2 Nos – SR
  3. Vehicle Underpasses (VUP): 9 Nos
  4. Pedestrian Underpasses (PUP) : 5 Nos
  5. Culverts : 9 Nos
  6. MCW : 6 Nos – SR, 2 causeways
  7. Reinforced Earth Retaining Walls on Main Carriageway: 15502 Sq. M
  8. RCC Drains : 4 Km

   Pune-Solapur Road Project

The 4 laning of the Pune Solapur section of NH 9 in km 144/400 to km 249/000 was entrusted to PSRDCL on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) basis. The Agreement for the project was signed on September 30, 2009, and the financing arrangement for financial closure was submitted by the Concessionaire on January 25, 2010. The Concessionaire - PSRDCL appointed IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited as the Developer for the development of four laning and IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited entered into an agreement with IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited for Engineering, Procurement and Construction of Pune Solapur road project. The project cost is Rs. 909.76 crores, the construction period is 24 months, and the Concession Period is 20 years including construction period.

   Trichy-Padalur Road Project on NH-45

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited has been awarded the Project for Construction of 4 laning the existing 2 lane section from Km.285 (Padalur) to KM.325(Trichy) on NH-45 in the State of Tamil Nadu by Indu Projects Limited. Work is in full swing in the entire stretch of the Project. The scope of the work includes construction of new 2 lane road carriageway with flexible pavement, widening and strengthening of the existing 2 carriageway, construction of around 69 cross drainage structures by widening/reconstruction considering the condition of the existing structure, construction of longitudinal drains at the end of service roads and between service road and main carriageway, improvement of road junctions, construction of toll plaza and road furniture. The value of the Project is about Rs. 190 crores.

NH-45 is an important Highway, connecting Chennai and Dindigul via Trichy. It is the lifeline for the economy of the Region and the State. It connects Nagapatnam and Tuticorin, famous ports of Tamil Nadu. The Highway is being improved by NHAI to augment the capacity for catering growing needs of the trade and tourism needs of the State. Most of the famous devotional places like Srirangam, Tanjavur, Madurai, and Palani and the famous hill station, Kodaikanal fall either on or within the vicinity the Highway forming the main corridor for tourism.

   Chattisgarh (Contract Package-1)

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) was awarded Chattisgarh (Contract Package-1) for Rehabilitation and Upgrading of Rajnandangaon to Mohla Section (from Km.0.00 to Km. 72.40) from NCC Limited in August, 2006. The original cost of the project was Rs. 65.14 crores which was revised to Rs. 70.04 crores. The construction period was for 24 months. The project was successfully completed on 14th August 2009 and the ‘Taking Over Certificate’ was received on September 24, 2009.

   Chattisgarh (Contract Package-2)

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited (IL&FS Engineering Services) was awarded Chattisgarh (Contract Package-2) for ‘Rehabilitation and Upgrading of Road from Mohla (Km.72+400) to Maharashtra Border (Km.110+590) from Public Works Department (PWD), Chhattisgarh in August, 2006. The cost of the project is Rs. 29.15 crores which was revised to Rs. 22.0 crores. The construction period was 24 months. The project was successfully completed on 1st October 2008 and the ‘Taking Over Certificate’ was received on March 12, 2009.

   Ring Road project for Bangalore Development Authority

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited successfully completed the construction of six lane outer ring road for Bangalore Development Authority (BDA). The project was handed over to the client.

The project involved construction of six lane outer ring road with two lane service road on both sides connecting Mysore road and Magadi road in Bangalore for 4.82 kms. The Rs. 66.62 crores project was awarded to IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited in Dec 2005.

The scope of work included construction of 6 lane dual carriageway with 2 lane service roads on both sides, four vehicular underpass, one minor bridge, widening of existing culverts, reinforced cement concrete and reinforced earth retaining walls, junction improvement, R.C.C drains, traffic signs, road markings, pavement structure and marking, painting, and so on. It also comprised earthwork, temporary earth retaining structures, electrical works related to illumination above and below the underpass, main carriageway and service roads, landscaping works and construction of footpaths, medians, islands, kerbs, storm water drains, drain cover slabs as well.

   Bangalore Elevated Tollway Ltd (BETL)

The Consortium of Maytas Infra Limited, Soma Enterprise Limited and NCC Limited has completed this much awaited project under public private partnership (PPP) mode. The elevated highway has been built with an investment of Rs. 765 crores. The Company's portion of the works is Rs. 271.44 crores. BETL, a special purpose vehicle (SPV) formed by the Consortium has built this project on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis for the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).

The Ten Laned Mixed Corridor to Electronic City, Bangalore on NH7 was inaugurated by Mr. Kamal Nath, Minister for Road Transport and Highways in Bangalore on 22 January, 2010.This 9.985 km elevated highway is the longest elevated national highway in the countryand has set the benchmark and standard for such projects in future for the country.

Besides the elevated expressway, BETL has also developed the 6 lanes divided main carriageways with RCC storm water drain, 8 pedestrian underpasses, and 16 bus bays & shelters. Also, a 4 lane flyover at Bommasandra (km 21.170 to km 22.000), and 6 lane flyovers at Chandapura (km 23.720 to km 24.600) and Attibele (km 31.690 to km 32.400) have been built to ease the regular highway traffic along the stretch. The Consortium will operate and maintain the roads in the stretch between Silk Board Junction and Inter State Border for the next 18 years. The concession period is 20 years.