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BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group

BRIDGES & ELEVATED STRUCTURES

Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group

Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Contents Title Page SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd - Background 1
SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Contents Title Page SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd - Background 1
SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Contents Title Page SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd - Background 1

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

Contents

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SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd

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Background

1

Fields of Specialization

5

Range of Services

5

Our Strength

5

Brigdes & Elevated Structurtures Division-About the Division

6

Services / Expertise of the Division

6

Feasibility Study/Detailed Design Projects

7-37

Construction Supervision/Project Management/Independent Engineer

38-54

Metro / Railway

Projects

55-60

Under Passes / ROB s / Subways

61-63

Bridge Retrofit

64-65

Profile of the Senior Bridge Professionals

66-69

Office / Management Photographs

70-74

Span, Head Office, NOIDA . Span Bangalore Office SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Background SNC-LAVALIN
Span, Head Office, NOIDA . Span Bangalore Office SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Background SNC-LAVALIN
Span, Head Office, NOIDA . Span Bangalore Office

Span, Head Office, NOIDA.

Span, Head Office, NOIDA . Span Bangalore Office

Span Bangalore Office

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

Background

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (formerly SPAN Consultants Pvt. Ltd. was incorporated in 1977 and has developed into a premier consultancy organization in India. SL-Infra has always endeavoured to upgrade their expertise and provide the most advanced, state-of- the-art techno logy and cost effective solutions to its clients. Due to this SL-Infra has earned reputation and awards for engineering excellence. It provides consultancy services for full cycle of the project development from conceptualization to completion and operation and maintenance services for varied and diverse spectrum of projects.

SL-Infra s activities are organized through seven technical service divisions headed by well qualified professionals with profound national and international experience. These divisions are supported by seven support divisions and regional and project offices in implementation of project. SL-Infra maintains an excellent quality surveillance and project monitoring team and systems, which help all the assignments handled by our various technical divisions.

SL-Infra is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified company. It has developed its own Quality Management System which has been in force since then. This system forms the guiding principles, which are followed in every sphere of the organizational activities starting from acquiring of business to the end products. Quality Management starts from each individual division of the organization through their respective established processes defined in Work Instructions. Each individual activities and its resulting product undergoes thorough quality checking both in process and at the end, before delivery to the client. This ensures the best quality product to the client.

With its registered office in New Delhi, SL-Infra s Corporate Office is located in Film City, NOIDA. It has four permanent Regional Offices located in Bengaluru (Bangalore), Mumbai, Pune and Kolkata. These offices are well equipped with the state of art equipments, latest computers, softwares, libraries and models and programs developed for various studies. SL-Infra has its own Geotechnical & Material Testing Laboratory and Environment Laboratory, which are registered with concerned Government Agencies. SL-Infra has presence almost in every major provinces of India.

SL-Infra is staffed by eminent, experienced and well qualified multi- disciplinary professionals. Many of these professionals have worked internationally and for projects funded by the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, JICA, DANIDA, USAID, UN agencies etc. SL-Infra s has staff strength of about 680 in various disciplines. SL-Infra also has an active panel of eminent experts who have been actively involved in the solution of complex engineering problems on major projects. This has in effect led to an integrated approach to planning, particularly for projects, which have multi-disciplinary ramifications.

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Afghanistan

Bangladesh

Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia

Bhutan

Canada

Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia

Ethiopia

India

Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia

Iraq

Iran

Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia

Kuwait

Liberia

Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia Tanzania USA

Libya

Mauritius

Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia Tanzania USA

Nepal

Nigeria

Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia Tanzania USA

Saudi Arabia

Tanzania

Bhutan Canada Ethiopia India Iraq Iran Kuwait Liberia Libya Mauritius Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia Tanzania USA

USA

Vietnam

Nepal Nigeria Saudi Arabia Tanzania USA Vietnam SL-Infra has successfully carried out assignments in over

SL-Infra has successfully carried out assignments in over fifteen countries under diverse geographic, climatic and environmental conditions. These assignments have been executed in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, Ethiopia, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Liberia, Libya, Mauritius, Nepal, Nigeria, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, USA and Vietnam.

In September 2007, SPAN Consultants became member of the SNC-Lavalin Group of Canada, a leading international engineering and construction group and an important player in the field of infrastructure engineering, concession ownership and management. SNC-Lavalin s long relationship with India dates from the 1950s. The SNC-Lavalin companies have offices across Canada and in 30 other countries around the world, and are currently working in some 100 countries. It employs over 21,000 people who speak some 50 languages and represent over 80 nationalities. SPAN derives benefits of SNC-Lavalin s international presence, expertise with large pool of international talent and experience, and overseas offices for collaborative work. SNC-Lavalin has worldwide experience in developing rail transit systems.

It is the policy of SL-Infra to maintain the highest standard of ethics in the conduct of its business and in its relations with whomever it does business or is associated. SL-Infra is committed to SNC-Lavalin s Code of Ethics.

Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit
Fields of Specialization: Highways and Road Transport Bridges and Elevated Structures Railways and Mass Transit

Fields of Specialization:

Highways and Road Transport

Bridges and Elevated Structures

Railways and Mass Transit

Aviation

Buildings and Structures

Public Health Engineering

Water Resources and Irrigation

Range of Services:

Transport Modeling

Road Safety Studies and Audits

Hydraulic Modeling

Master Planning and Conceptual Designs

Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies

Field Surveys & Investigations (Topographical Surveys, Pavement

and Materials Investigations, Geotechnical Explorations, Hydrological Surveys, etc.) Detailed design and engineering

Technical specifications, BOQ, tender documents

Pre-bid services

Modeling for PPP, BOT/BOOT projects

Concession agreements and assistance for financial closure

Bid processing and procurement assistance

Project management services

Construction supervision and quality control/assurance

Owner s engineers and Independent engineers services

Socio-economic studies, rehabilitation and resettlement

Environmental impact assessment and management

Institutional strengthening and capacity building

Operation and maintenance related services

Our Strength:

Multidisciplinary engineering company

More than 32 years of experience with many landmark projects.

Based in NOIDA (adjacent to Delhi) with strong Regional Offices in

all regions of India. Well-established inter-division coordination for the execution of

integrated projects. Experience in almost all States in India and abroad.

Broad experience of internationally-funded projects (ADB, the World

Bank, AfDB, JBIC, etc.). Use of state of art and internationally recognized software for

design, drafting, project management and communication. Blend of SNC-Lavalin s international presence and expertise with

large pool of international talent and experience, overseas offices for collaborative work. Well established Quality and Health, Safety and Environment Policies.

Expertise : Girder Bridges Arch Bridges Steel Composite Bridge Cable Stayed Bridges Movable Bridges
Expertise : Girder Bridges Arch Bridges Steel Composite Bridge Cable Stayed Bridges Movable Bridges

Expertise :

Girder Bridges

Arch Bridges

Steel Composite Bridge

Cable Stayed Bridges

Movable Bridges

Elevated Expressways

Elevated Sections for

Interchanges and Grade Separators Railway Bridges

Pedestrian Bridges

Underground Structures &

Pedestrian Tunnels/Subways Culverts and Retaining

Walls Viaducts and Flyovers

Bridges & Elevated Structures Division

Bridges & Elevated Structures Division

About the Division:

It is our flagship division that sets world parity in technology and optmising sustainability as the prime goals. Our expertise concerns all kinds of bridges mighty and mundane alike. We deal with all type of bridge decks.

Slab

Beam and slab

Box girders

Arch

Cable stayed

In diverse materials Reinforced concrete Pre-stressed concrete Steel Composite steel/concrete

In all forms of construction

Cast in-situ

Cantilever construction

Incremental launching

Precast segmental construction

For diverse functions as

Road bridge

Railway bridge

Elevated roads structures for Expressways Viaducts/flyover/underpass

Pedestrian /footbridges

Our service covers every life cycle activity from first concept through design, construction, service and rehabilitation/eventual demolition. We offer our services to a broad spectrum of clients-highway administration state/union and private enterpreneur.

Most of our design and drawing is computer aided and a dedicated team of specialists ensures a high product quality, besides formalised quality assurance methods(ISO 9001) are operated.

Services offered by the Division:

Geotechnical Investigations and Hydrological Analysis

Computer aided Structural analysis

Seismic response spectrum analysis

Conceptual, Preliminary Designs and Drawings

Detailed Designs & Construction Drawings (IRC or international codes)

Detailed Design for latest Construction techniques

Bridge erection and launching technique

Preparation of Guidelines and Technical Specifications

Cost Estimation & Tender Documents

Proof Checking and Design Review

Condition Surveys of Bridges and their Assessment

Inspection and Monitoring of bridges

Repair and Rehabilitation of Bridge Structures

Retrofitting, Strengthening and Widening

Third Party Quality Control

Project Planning

Construction Management and Site Supervision

Owner s Engineers / Independent Engineers Services

Environment, Occupational Health and Safety

Feasibility Study/ Detailed Design Project References Page 7 of 74
Feasibility Study/ Detailed Design Project References Page 7 of 74
Feasibility Study/ Detailed Design Project References Page 7 of 74
Feasibility Study/ Detailed Design Project References Page 7 of 74

Feasibility Study/ Detailed Design Project References

Client : Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India. Funding Agency : OECF
Client : Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India. Funding Agency : OECF
Client : Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India. Funding Agency : OECF

Client: Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India. Funding Agency: OECF (now known as JICA), Govt. of Japan. Length: 1510 m with central span of 260 m for the cable stayed module and approach viaducts Services: Feasibility Study, Preliminary, Detailed Design, Tender Documentation, Training Partner: COWI Consultants, Denmark Project Cost : INR 4,000 million Completion : Sept. 1997 Construction : 2001-2004

million Completion : Sept. 1997 Construction : 2001-2004 Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge, Naini /Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge, Naini /Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

Selected Projects: River Bridges

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY STUDY/ DETAILED DESIGN

Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge, Naini/ Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

The four lane concrete deck cable stayed Yamuna bridge with its approaches is designed to provide much needed suitable urban link of Allahabad to NH-27 funded by OECF (presently known as JICA), it will provide important interstate link to cities like Mirzapur and Varanasi through state highway. The site is located 25 27 N latitude and 81 44 E longitudes on the crossing of river Yamuna at Allahabad/Naini in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The total bridge length is 1510 m and 3,913 m long approach road, divided into following four modules:

Module 1: 630 m long bridge with a 260 m long cable stayed span and side spans on 40 m deep well foundations. The span arrangement is 60- 115-260-115-60 m. Deck width has been kept 26 m to accommodate 4 lane carriageway, footway + cycle track, median, and kerbs supported by solid reinforced concrete twin pylons of 90m height above the well cap.

Module 2: 515 m long continuous concrete Bridge of 60 m spans on well foundation.

on pile

Module 3: 365 m foundation.

Module 4: 3,913 m long approach roads, 764 m on Allahabad side and 3,149 m on Naini side.

long viaduct module with span of 25

m

Appropriate technology, excellence in environmental compatibility and aesthetic quality are the significant features of the design of the bridge. The 630 m cable stayed module with a 260 m concrete deck span is the first of its kind in India. The main span of 260 m provides ample navigational clearance to permit unimpeded future development of inland waterway traffic.

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Client : Public Works Department, Government of Goa Length : 1.5 km (PSC box girder
Client : Public Works Department, Government of Goa Length : 1.5 km (PSC box girder
Client : Public Works Department, Government of Goa Length : 1.5 km (PSC box girder

Client: Public Works Department, Government of Goa Length: 1.5 km (PSC box girder deck) Span: 200m + 500m + 200m = 900m plus viaducts of 600m length Services: Feasibility and Detailed Project Reports Project Cost: INR . 2,500 million Completion: December 2003

and Detailed Project Reports Project Cost : INR . 2,500 million Completion : December 2003 Zuari

Zuari Cable Stayed Bridge

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Zuari Cable Stayed Bridge

The Cable Stayed Bridge across Zuari River (on BOT basis) is located on NH-17 at Cortalim, Goa. It was the longest span cable stayed bridge in India and the world s second longest span cable stayed bridge with concrete deck. It provides a high speed link between the state capital Panaji with the Margao area and Dabolim Airport. The cable stayed bridge has a central span of 500 m, with side spans of 200m on either sides. Viaduct spans of 10 x 30 m are provided on both ends of the cable

stayed bridge. The entire bridge is with 4 lane deck and foot path on both sides. Two pylons of 125.8 m above the well cap level are provided for support of the cables. A revolving restaurant has been proposed on one

of the pylon head for tourist attraction along with an innovative

computerized night illumination scheme similar to those in Japan.

4-lane approach road on Margao side is approximately 500m long. On

Panaji side, the approach road continues as a 4-lane bypass link of approx. 4.0km length and finally joins the existing 2-lane NH-17 through a system of underpasses and CD structures. A flyover has also been provided on an existing road which crosses the high speed access controlled highway. One 8-lane modern toll plaza has been provided on

the Panaji side approach for collection of toll fees from the users of the

crossing.

SL-Infra s Scope of work involved detailed site surveys, preparation of feasibility and detailed project report including carrying out detailed design and preparation of execution drawings for the 1.5 km long four

lane cable stayed bridge, including the 4 km long bypass to Gao-Velha on this alignment. Scope also include preparation of drawings for all the

CD structures, flyovers and underpasses that are required on the entire

stretch of 5.5 km.

for all the CD structures, flyovers and underpasses that are required on the entire stretch of
Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Length of Expressway : 65 km Services
Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Length of Expressway : 65 km Services
Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Length of Expressway : 65 km Services

Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Length of Expressway : 65 km Services : Feasibility Study and Preliminary Design Project Cost: INR 15732 million (incl.contingency & INR 1012 Million agency charges) Completion: Ongoing

Design Project Cost: INR 15732 million (incl.contingency & INR 1012 Million agency charges) Completion: Ongoing

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Delhi Meerut Expressway: Bridges Over Yamuna, Hindon, Hindon Cut & Upper Ganga Canal

The Delhi- Meerut Expressway (DME) has been envisaged to provide better connectivity between the capital city of Delhi to the satellite town Meerut, which is a fast growing industrial hub to the north east of Delhi. Presently the city is connected to Delhi through NH-58 which has reached its capacity. The DME shall provide a fast and safe alternative to the traffic between the cities. The Expressway is about 65 km long and is designed for a speed of 120 kmph.

The Expressway will be fully access controlled facility and improvement of existing highway alignment is focused, new pavement for widened sections, strengthening for existing road, provision of service roads wherever necessary, underpasses for both vehicular traffic and pedestrians, interchanges/flyovers, railway crossing (ROBs), rehabilitation and widening of existing structures and provision of new bridges/structures and appropriate road safety features.

Length of Expressway 65 km (Length in Delhi 8.5 km and balance 56.5 km in UP state) Civil Works Cost 320 million USD; Land and Structure Acquisition, R&R, EMP and Shifting of Utilities 20 million USD

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Bridge over Yamuna (512m) Presently there is a two four lane bridge over Yamuna river near proposed start of the project road founded on deep caissons. Three Lane bridge is proposed 30m down stream and upstream from existing carriageway centre lines. Span Arrangement: 13 x 42m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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Hindon Cut canal (160m) Span arrangement: 7 x 22m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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Hindon River (203m) Span arrangement: 7 x 28m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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Upper Ganga Canal (90m) Span arrangement: 3 x 30m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : RCC Walls

Bridge across Hindon River Minor Bridges 09 Flyovers 18 Longest Flyover of length 270m excluding
Bridge across Hindon River Minor Bridges 09 Flyovers 18 Longest Flyover of length 270m excluding
Bridge across Hindon River

Bridge across Hindon River

Bridge across Hindon River Minor Bridges 09 Flyovers 18 Longest Flyover of length 270m excluding approaches

Minor Bridges

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Flyovers

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Longest Flyover of length 270m excluding approaches is at fright complex Gazipur , New delhi Span arrangement: 11 x 24.0m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Overall width : 2 x 12.25m Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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ROB s (2 Units of 4Lane) 03

Underpasses

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ROB-1 over Agra Alligarh Rly line (72m) Span arrangement: 3 x 22.5m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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ROB-2 over NR Moradabad Gazhiabad branch Rly line (90m) Span arrangement: 3 x 30.0m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

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ROB-2 over NR Hapur Meerut branch Rly line (90m) Span arrangement: 3 x 30.0m Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth

Interchanges

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girders Piers/Abutment : RCC plate Foundation : Piles Approaches : Reinfoced Earth Interchanges 05 Page 11
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing), Govt. of India Funding Agency : The
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing), Govt. of India Funding Agency : The
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing), Govt. of India Funding Agency : The

Client: Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing), Govt. of India Funding Agency: The World Bank Length: 556 m (Module1 - 344 m, Module 2 - 210 m) Services: Field Investigation and Detailed Engineering Project Cost: INR 425 million Completion: September 1996

Second Bassein Creek Bridge

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Second Bassien Creek Bridge, Mumbai, India

The second Bassien creek bridge is located on NH-8 Ghodbunder Manor section, Maharastra crossing the sea at Mumbai, India. It is a part of the World Bank funded project of four laning of NH-8. It is the first bridge in India designed to take benefit of load sharing by means of STU s (Shock Transmission Units). It comprises two modules: Module 1 (Length 342 m) consists of continuous pre-stressed concrete box girder constructed by balanced cantilever method of erection on floating caissons; Module 2 (Length 210 m) consists of continuous pre-stressed concrete box girder deck.

Substructure is simple RCC plate pier supported on 12.5m dia and 34.18m deep caisons. Provision of STU resulted in reduced caisons diameter from 16.5m to 12.5m.

Two central spans have been kept large (114.0 m) considering the navigational usage of the sea.

SL-Infra carried out field investigations, engineering analysis, detailed design, preparation of working drawings, bill of quantities, costing and contract documentation,

detailed design, preparation of working drawings, bill of quantities, costing and contract documentation, Page 12 of
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing) Govt. of India Length : 556m (344
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing) Govt. of India Length : 556m (344
Client : Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing) Govt. of India Length : 556m (344

Client: Ministry of Surface Transport (Roads Wing) Govt. of India Length: 556m (344 Module1 + 212 Module 2) Services: Field Investigation and Detailed Engineering Project Cost: INR 425 million Completion: September 1996

Engineering Project Cost : INR 425 million Completion: September 1996 Bridge over River Ganga at Devprayag,

Bridge over River Ganga at Devprayag, Uttaranchal

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Ganga at Devprayag, Uttarakhand

This is a bridge over river Ganga located at downstream of confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi on Badrinath-Kedarnath Road. This is a cantilever bridge with centre span of 88 m and side spans of 25 m and 47

m length with piers and open foundations on rock strata. The

superstructure has been designed with latest introduced software ADAPT . The superstructure of the bridge is supported on PTFE cum POT bearings

Design and planning meticulously carried out for construction stage as

well as for the service stage. This is the first unsymmetrical cantilever type

of construction taken up in India calling for careful adjustment of

segmental loads so as to avoid problems during construction as well as uplift of the unsymmetrical specification.

loads so as to avoid problems during construction as well as uplift of the unsymmetrical specification.
loads so as to avoid problems during construction as well as uplift of the unsymmetrical specification.
Client : Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project, Royal Government of Bhutan Length : 50 m (Tubular
Client : Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project, Royal Government of Bhutan Length : 50 m (Tubular
Client : Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project, Royal Government of Bhutan Length : 50 m (Tubular

Client : Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project, Royal Government of Bhutan Length: 50 m (Tubular Arch Bridge) Services : Detailed Project Report and Supervision Completion : 2006

(Tubular Arch Bridge) Services : Detailed Project Report and Supervision Completion : 2006 Link Bridge Thimphu,

Link Bridge Thimphu, Bhutan

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Link Bridge, Thimphu, Bhutan

The Tubular Arch Bridge adjacent to Indigenous Hospital at Thimphu is a part of Consultancy services for Planning, Detailed Design and Construction Supervision for Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project at Thimpu,Bhutan. Govt. Of Bhutan, with funding assistance from Asian Development Bank, had undertaken urban infrastructure development. The key emphasis was on sustainable development and management of well-planned infrastructure and urban services. The objective being enhancing and supporting economic growths in the capital city of Thimphu and Phuentsholing

Project design comprises road works, footpaths, parking areas, drainage, flood protection works, and a major bridge crossing and also included designing of 50 m long Tubular Arch Bridge adjacent to Indigenous Hospital at Thimphu.

and also included designing of 50 m long Tubular Arch Bridge adjacent to Indigenous Hospital at
Client : PWD, Himachal Pradesh length : 450m Services : Detailed Project Preparation Completion :
Client : PWD, Himachal Pradesh length : 450m Services : Detailed Project Preparation Completion :

Client : PWD, Himachal Pradesh length : 450m Services : Detailed Project Preparation

Completion :

2006

Client : NHAI, New Delhi

Services : Detailed Project Report

Completion :

August 2001

Selected Projects: River Bridges

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Chakki on NH-20, H.P, India

Span Configration: 26.8m+12x40.5m+26.8m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate

Foundation: Piles

Continuous RCC Box Girder

Bridge on NH-2, Bihar, India

i) Bridge over River Karamnasha (250m long) Span: 42.5m+2x55.0m+42.5m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate

Foundation: Piles

Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab

ii) Bridge over River Punpun (130m Long) Span: 34.5m+58.0m+34.5m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Piles

Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab

iii) Bridge over River Durgawati (120m Long) Span: 35.17m+52.54m+35.17m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate

Foundation: Piles

Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab

iv) Bridge over River Terar (85m Long) Span: 21.155m+2x21.375m+21.155m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Piles

Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab

v) Bridge over River Kudra (75m Long) Span: 22.0m+29.97m+22.0m

Superstructure:

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Piles

Continuous PSC,PI Beam

Selected Projects: River Bridges FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN Shantivan Geeta Colony Bridge A bridge over
Selected Projects: River Bridges
FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN
Shantivan Geeta Colony Bridge
A
bridge over the river Yamuna has been proposed so as to connect Ring
Client: PWD ,New Delhi
Length: 560m
Road near Shantivan on the Western bank of the river and Geeta Colony
on the Eastern bank. It consists of:
Services :
Preparation of Feasibility
Four lane bridge over river Yamuna with a length of about 500 m. In
addition to two carriageways of 2 lane width each, two cycle tracks cum
footpaths are also proposed.
Planning of approach roads to connect Ring Road and Marginal Bund
road on Eastern side.
Improvement scheme for traffic circulation and fixing locations of grade
separators
Report
Completion : Dec. 2002
Bridge over river Girna, (Dhule-Pimpalgaon), NH-3,
Maharashtra
is a part of 4 laning of existing 2 lane road of NH-3. The bridge is located
near Malegaon, Maharashtra over river Girna. Bridge deck however has
been designed for three lane (13.875m deck width) single carriageway.
Bridge comprises 2 modules. Module 1 is 200m long. Module 2 is 225m
long. It consist of prestressed concrete pie beam. Stage wise construction,
cast in place using false work.
It
Client: NHAI, New Delhi
Length: 425 m 425m, (200m module 1
+ 225 module 2)
Services :
Preparation of Detailed
Project Report
Completion: Aug. 2003
Span
Superstructure:
Substructure:
Foundation:
Module 1: 4 x 50.0m
Module 2: 4 x 50m+1 x 25.0m
3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder
RCC plate pier
Open
Bridges on NH-76, Rajasthan
Client: NHAI, New Delhi
Bridge over River Kali Sindh, (1300m)
Services :
Preparation of Detailed
Span:
44.6m+32x38.11m+44.6m
Superstructure :
Substructure:
Foundation :
3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder
RCC plate pier
Open
Project Report
Completion : March 2004
Bridge over river Parvati, (800m)
Span:
36x21.75m
Superstructure :
Substructure:
Foundation :
Services:
3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder
RCC plate pier
Open
Preparation of Detailed Project Report

Existing Bridge Kali Sindh

Existing Bridge Parbati

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Client: National Highways Length: Authority of India 1500 m Services : Preliminary & Detailed
Client: National Highways Length: Authority of India 1500 m Services : Preliminary & Detailed
Client: National Highways Length: Authority of India 1500 m Services : Preliminary & Detailed Project

Client:

National Highways

Length:

Authority of India 1500 m

Services :

Preliminary &

Detailed Project Preparation Project Cost : INR 2400 Million Completion : March 2005

Existing Brahmputra Bridge, Guwahati, Assam

: March 2005 Existing Brahmputra Bridge, Guwahati, Assam FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN Bridge over River Brahmputra,

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Brahmputra, Guwahati, Assam, India

A four lane bridge on river Brahmputra along with approach road of 2 Km length on both ends in Assam is being designed keeping the intensity of traffic & augmentation of capacity for safe and efficient movement of traffic. Presently an existing combined railway and road bridge provides the crossing of the red river Brahmaputra ( Lohit in local language) at Guwahati, the most important city of the state of Assam. The proposed new crossing on NH31 will carry the East West Corridor (Silchar to Porbunder) traffic across the river. After necessary investigation an optimal location has been found for the construction of the bridge and its approaches. Site characteristics like flood history and seismicity, river training, flood hydrology, traffic routing, are the determining parameters. The proposed bridge will be gateway to the development of the valley

The services envisaged cover, technical, economical and financial viability, detailed design of bridge, approach roads, cross drainage structures, underpasses and other structures; Preparation of GAD and detailed project reports for construction of bridge along with approach roads .

Span configuration 105m+150m+8x123m+150m+105m Continuous PSC Box girder by cantilever construction

roads . Span configuration 105m+150m+8x123m+150m+105m Continuous PSC Box girder by cantilever construction Page 17 of 74
Client: Pubic Works Department, Jharkhand Length: 4700m (estimated), Services : Preliminary & Detailed Project
Client: Pubic Works Department, Jharkhand Length: 4700m (estimated), Services : Preliminary & Detailed Project
Client: Pubic Works Department, Jharkhand Length: 4700m (estimated), Services : Preliminary & Detailed Project

Client: Pubic Works Department, Jharkhand Length: 4700m (estimated),

Services :

Preliminary & Detailed Project Preparation Project Cost : INR 10,000 Million

Completion :

Feasibility Study,

July 2003

10,000 Million Completion : Feasibility Study, July 2003 Proposed site at Sahebganj Bridge Client: - National

Proposed site at Sahebganj Bridge

Client: - National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Length: 3100m (Continuous PSC Box Girder)

Preliminary and Detailed

Project Preparation Preparation

Services :

Length: 3100m (Continuous PSC Box Girder) Preliminary and Detailed Project Preparation Preparation Services : Sone Bridge

Sone Bridge

Selected Projects: River Bridges

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Ganga Bridge at Sahebganj, Jharkhand

The project includes feasibility study, detail design, drawing, preparing tender documents for four lane bridge over river Ganga between the towns of Sahebganj and Manihary of the states of Jharkhand and Bihar respectively. Anticipated to be one of the longest river bridges in the World, estimated length of the bridge will be 4700 m (excluding approaches).

Span Configuration Superstructure :

:

100m+30X150m+100m

Continuous PSC box girder, balanced cantilever construction

Substructure

:

RCC Plate

Foundation

:

Cassons (Double D)

Bridge over River Sone, on NH-2, Bihar, India

The second Sone Bridge located on NH-2, crossing the river Sone at Dehri on Sone, Bihar. It is a part of World Bank funded project of 4-laning of NH-2.

The basic design concepts and salient features to achieve an innovative and sustainable solution. The bridge is divided into 6 modules comprising length 460m - 525m.

Superstructure consists of continuous prestressed concrete box girder. Stage wise cast in place on false work. Details:

Length

:

3100 m

Main Span

:

65.84 m

Span arrangement

:

32.9m + 46 x 65.84m

Lanes

:

2L

Deck Width

:

10.30m

Substructure is RCC plate type pier supported on pile foundation of 1.5m diameter 27m long pile. The bridge substructure has been designed considering technique of sharing lateral force by means of Shock Transmission units (STU). STUs of 1.2MN have been provided on all piers except at fixed pier and expansion joint.

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Feasibility Study & Detailed
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Feasibility Study & Detailed

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Services : Feasibility Study & Detailed Project Report (BOT)

Project Cost : INR 5,500 Million

Completion :

March 2004

: Feasibility Study & Detailed Project Report (BOT) Project Cost : INR 5,500 Million Completion :
: Feasibility Study & Detailed Project Report (BOT) Project Cost : INR 5,500 Million Completion :

Selected Projects: River Bridges

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Hapur Moradabad Section of NH-24: Ganga Bridge

Feasibility Study and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for widening and strengthening Hapur to Moradabad section of NH-24. Ministry of Road and Transport & Highways (MoRT&H), Government of India had decided to take-up widening and strengthening of NH-24 to four lane divided carriageway from Hapur to Moradabad (km 58 to km 149).

The undertaken stretch was 91kms and comprised 34 bridges to six lane standard and a major bridge over river Ganga having length 703 m. Project also involved junction improvement or grade separators required at the end point of Hapur Bypass and/or starting point of Moradabad Bypass

Major bridges 7 Nos.

Sl.

Bridge Name

Length

Nrs. x Span (m)

No

(m)

1

Bridge over river Ganga

703

2 x 53.33 + 11 x 54.21

2

Madhya Ganga Canal

167.32

5

x 30 + 1 x 15

3

Bhakra River

73.2

 

3

x 24.40

4

Matwali River

72.05

1 x 39.55 + 2 x 15.65

5

Choya Nala

70.

1

x 30 + 2 x 20

6

Sot River

63.3

 

3

x 20.70

7

Kali Nadi

63.

 

3 x 21

Minor bridges 11 Nos.

Overpasses 17 Nos.

Flyovers 4 Nos.

o

Flyover 1 (6Lane)

Span:

27.0m + 29.0m+27m (PSC Continuous PI girders)

o

Flyover 2 (6Lane)

Span:

27.0m + 33.0m+20m (PSC Continuous PI girders)

o

Flyover 3 (6Lane)

Span:

20.0m + 35.0m+20m (PSC Continuous PI girders)

o

Flyover 4 (6Lane)

Span:

21.0m + 21.0m+21m (PSC Continuous PI girders)

Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

ROB 1 No.

Length : 70 m Superstructure : PSC Continuous PI girders Span : 1x15.0m+2x20.0m+1x15.0m (skew)

Foundation

: Pile

Approaches

: Reinforced Earth

Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Preliminary and Detailed Project Report
Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Preliminary and Detailed Project Report
Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Preliminary and Detailed Project Report

Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services: Preliminary and Detailed Project Report Completion: Ongoing

of India, New Delhi Services : Preliminary and Detailed Project Report Completion: Ongoing Existing Barak Bridge

Existing Barak Bridge

Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Bridges on NH-44, Assam

Bridge over Barak river

Length : 360 m Superstructure: Continuous PSC Box Girder Balanced Cantilever Construction Span : 1 x 60m + 2 x 100m + 58.50m + 38.50m Foundation: Caisons Bridge over Poomara river Length : 80 m Superstructure: Steel Composite Truss

Span :

1 x 80m

Foundation: pile Bridge over Gumra river

Superstrcuture : PSC beam and slab

Length : 90 m Superstrcuture : PSC Box Girder Span : 25m+40m+25m Foundation: Caisons Bridge over Longai river

Length : 140.40 m Superstrcuture : PSC Box Girder Span : 3 x 46.8m Foundation: pile Bridge over Kosuva river

Length : 87 m

Span :

3 x 29m

Foundation: pile Other Minor Bridges 37 nos.

ROB s 7 nos (4 lane)

Railway Over Bridges 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width (7 Nos.)

 

Length

     

Structure/ Location

(m)

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

Hinnogarh at Ch194+546 Realignement (Bypass)

35

1

x 33

PSC Precast beam & slab

Pile

Ch 201+455

40

1 x 38.5

PSC Precast beam & slab

Pile

Ch 212+112 (Bypass)

35

1

x 33

PSC Precast beam & slab

Pile

Ch 227+839

55

14.1+24+1

PSC Precast

Pile

 

4.1

beam & slab

Ch 229+464

55

14.1+24+1

PSC Precast

Pile

 

4.1

beam & slab

CH 239+735

35

1 x 33

PSC Precast beam & slab

Pile

Barigram at Ch 250+596 Realignment (Bypass)

35

1 x 33

PSC Precast beam & slab

Pile

Client: National Highways Authority of India Length : 3,050m (continuous PSC slab) Services : Preliminary
Client: National Highways Authority of India Length : 3,050m (continuous PSC slab) Services : Preliminary
Client: National Highways Authority of India Length : 3,050m (continuous PSC slab) Services : Preliminary

Client: National Highways Authority of India Length: 3,050m (continuous PSC slab) Services: Preliminary & Detailed Project Preparation Project Cost : INR 2811 million?? Completion: April 2003

Services : Preliminary & Detailed Project Preparation Project Cost : INR 2811 million?? Completion: April 2003
Project Cost : INR 2811 million?? Completion: April 2003 Selected Projects: Urban Structure FEASIBILITY / DETAILED

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Elevated Highway Structure at Panipat, Haryana

The Elevated Structure at Panipat is a part of six laning of NH-1 Project. An elevated structure was felt at Panipat to avoid the traffic congestion. Elevated structure has been divided into 7 modules, each module comprising 480 m to 490 m length with only the end module having length 132 m.

Deck three lane twine divided carriageway separated by 1.2m wide median. Superstructure comprised continuous PSC slab of 25m span constructed stage wise on false work.

The project road stretch from Km 86 to Km 96 was proposed for upgrading to a six lane access controlled highway with elevated six lane section combined flyover, over four congested junction with Rohtak Road, Sanauly, Assand Road and Bus stand. A 2-lane service road on both sides was also catered for.

Substructure : RCC plate pier with STUs. Foundation comprises 1.2m dia, 20m long cast-in-situ bored piles. STU of 300 kN capacity on every pier has been provided in order to achieve large continuous span and minimum number of joints.

in order to achieve large continuous span and minimum number of joints. Panipat Elevated Highway, NH-1

Panipat Elevated Highway, NH-1

Client : National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length : 9 Km., Precast Segmental
Client : National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length : 9 Km., Precast Segmental
Client : National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length : 9 Km., Precast Segmental

Client : National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length: 9 Km., Precast Segmental method (BOT+Tolled) Services : Detailed Project Report Cost : INR 4,500 Million Completion : May 2005 Award : Won the Second Prize, Most Outstanding Bridge National Awards 2008 for Excellence in Bridge Engineering by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers Concessionnaire: JV Maytas, NCC, Soma

Engineering by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers Concessionnaire: JV Maytas, NCC, Soma Bangalore Elevated Expessway
Engineering by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers Concessionnaire: JV Maytas, NCC, Soma Bangalore Elevated Expessway
Engineering by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers Concessionnaire: JV Maytas, NCC, Soma Bangalore Elevated Expessway

Bangalore Elevated Expessway

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Elevated Expressway on NH-7, Bangalore

This 6/8 lane elevated expressway, when designed, was the longest in India. The overall length of the four lane divided expressway is 9 km excluding the interchange at the electronics city end. This expressway is envisaged as a high speed connecting corridor from the Bangalore city to the Electronics city the electronic and IT hub of India on NH-7 linking Bangalore and Hosur in Tamil Nadu. The ground level has been enhanced from the existing four lane to six lane + 2 x two lane service road. The elevated expressway takes off at km. 9.5 after the Silk board junction flyover and lands at km 18.500 after the ramps of Electronics city Phase I (km 17.8) and Electronics City Phase II (km 18.00). An interchange has been provided at the Electronics city junction for easy movement of traffic from Phase I on RHS (from Bangalore to Hosur) to Phase II on LHS. Four nos. three lane, single direction, toll plaza at Electronics City junction for all the up and down ramps have been provided under a single management office for providing an access control to the elevated highway. One 6 lane toll booth has also been provided at the end of the NH-7 on Karnataka Border. To provide for pedestrian traffic, four nos. pedestrian underpasses has been provided. Beyond the 9 km long elevated expressway, two vehicular underpasses have been provided at major junction to take care of the cross traffic. The project is developed by Concessionaire consiting of JV Maytas, NCC, Soma

The project won MOST OUTSTANDING BRIDGE NATIONAL AWARD 2008 FOR EXCELLENCE IN BRIDGE ENGINEERING

The Certificate of Commendation was awarded to SL-Infra by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers.

The Certificate of Commendation was awarded to SL-Infra by Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers. Page 22
Client : Soma Enterprise Limited Owner: National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length :
Client : Soma Enterprise Limited Owner: National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length :
Client : Soma Enterprise Limited Owner: National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length :

Client : Soma Enterprise Limited Owner: National Highway Authority of India, New Delhi Length: 19 Km., Precast Segmental method (BOT+Tolled) Services : Detailed Design Cost : INR 15,000 Million Completion : Ongoing Concessionnaire: Chennai Elevated Tollway, a company promoted by Soma Enterprises

15,000 Million Completion : Ongoing Concessionnaire: Chennai Elevated Tollway, a company promoted by Soma Enterprises

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Chennai Elevated Highway

This is a four-lane elevated highway from Chennai port to Maduravoyal (NH-4) under NHDP, Tamil Nadu on a Build-Operate-and-Transfer (BOT). With 19 km. length, It is the longest elevated highway of India.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had laid the foundation stone for the project January 2009, saying that it would facilitate quick movement of cargo from Chennai Port to other parts of the country through the golden quadrilateral corridor. This project is one more important milestone in the ambitious road programme of the government that will transform the country s transport sector, give a boost to industry and integrate the economy, Singh had said during the inauguration.

The project will be impleted at a cost of Rs. 15,000 million, including Rs. 3,450 million towards land acquisition, resettlement and rehabilitation of 12,000 families to be evicted along the Cooum river. The toll highway, which is aimed at providing better connectivity for heavy vehicles to the Chennai Port, will reduce traffic congestion on Poonamallee High Road.

The elevated highway will go along the Cooum river till Koyambedu and from there go on the middle of Poonamallee High Road upto Maduravoyal. Starting from War Memorial gate of the Chennai Port Trust, it will first cross the elevated MRTS railway line between Chintadripet and Park Town Stations and then cross College Road, Nungambakkam, Chetpet, Choolaimedu railway bridge, Arumbakkam to reach Koyambedu.

It will have entry ramps at Sivananda Salai and College Road and exit ramps at Kamarajar Salai and Spur Tank Road. The Koyambedu junction will have both entry and exit ramps. Toll plazas will be set up at Spur Tank Road and Maduravoyal.

junction will have both entry and exit ramps. Toll plazas will be set up at Spur
Client : Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan Length : 455m (Continuous Prestressed Concrete Box) Span:
Client : Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan Length : 455m (Continuous Prestressed Concrete Box) Span:
Client : Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan Length : 455m (Continuous Prestressed Concrete Box) Span:

Client : Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Length: 455m (Continuous Prestressed Concrete Box)

Span:3x25.0m+2x35.0m+ 2x40.0m

+50.0m+40.0m+

35.0m+30.0m+3x25.0m

Substructure : RCC Circular Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

Services : Detailed Project Report

Project Cost : INR 280 Million

Completion :

March 2007

View Flyover at Khasa Kothi

Client : Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Services : Detailed Project Report

View Transport Nagar Chowk, Jaipur

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Flyovers at Govt. Hostel Intersection and Khasa Kothi Intersection

Development of flyovers at major congested intersections in Jaipur city for accommodating the present and future needs of the traffic.

accommodating the present and future needs of the traffic. Transport Nagar Chowk, Jaipur, Rajasthan Consist of

Transport Nagar Chowk, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Consist of two flyovers

Flyover-1

For traffic from Malviya Nagar (Jaipur side) to Delhi side

Length: 369.415m Span Configration : 18x19.15m+1x43.250m Super structure : PSC Precast I Girders & PSC Box Girder Substructure : RCC Circular Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

Flyover -2 For traffic from Jaipur city to Delhi side

Length: 357.665m () Span Configration : 16x19.5m+2x44.175m(Curved) Superstructure: PSC precast beam and Cast in-situ deck/Box Substructure : RCC Circular Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

Underpass (earth retained by diaphragm walls)

Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth Underpass (earth retained by diaphragm walls) Page 24 of 74
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Detailed Project Report including
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Detailed Project Report including
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Detailed Project Report including

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Services : Detailed Project Report including preparation of Bidding Documents, Concession Agreement on BOT basis under PPP system

Project Cost : INR 20700 Million

Completion :

October 2006

Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE)

EPE passing through Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad and Kundli in the State of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The project is to be implemented on BOT basis. 135 km long 6-lane divided carriageway with 8-lane facility structures for fully excess control

Major Bridges 4-Lane dual carriageway 18.25m width (4 nos.)

S.No.

Structure/ Location

Length

Span

Super str

Foundation

(m)

(m)

1

Yamuna Bridge No. 1 Ch. 12+605

600

10

x 60

PSC box

Wells

2

Yamuna Bridge No. 2 Ch. 102+575

600

10

x 60

PSC Box

Wells

3

Hindon Bridge

240

4 x 60

PSC Box

Wells

     

50+75+5

   

4

Agra Canal Bridge

175

 

0

PSC Box

Piles

Interchanges 4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width (8 Nos.)

Sl.

Structure/ Location

Length

Span (m)

 

Super-

Foundation

No.

(m)

structure

1

NH-1 (Ch.0+00)

90

2x15+2x30

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

2

SH-57 (Ch. 15+360)

150

6

x 25

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

3

NH-58 (Ch. 44+512)

90

2x15+2x30

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

4

NH-24 (Ch. 52+192)

90

2x15+2x30

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

5

NH-91 (Ch. 72+724)

90

2x15+2x30

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

6

Kasna- Buland Shahar Road (Ch. 83+719)

150

6

x 25

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

7

Atali Chainsa Road (Ch. 108+533)

150

6

x 25

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

8

NH-2 (Ch. 134+946)

90

2x15+2x30

PSC Beam

Piles

&

slab

Trumpet Intersection at Mavikalan on SH-57 Eastern Peripheral Expressway Underpass (6Hz. + 4 Vt.) 4-lane
Trumpet Intersection at Mavikalan on SH-57 Eastern Peripheral Expressway Underpass (6Hz. + 4 Vt.) 4-lane

Trumpet Intersection at Mavikalan on SH-57

Trumpet Intersection at Mavikalan on SH-57 Eastern Peripheral Expressway Underpass (6Hz. + 4 Vt.) 4-lane dual

Eastern Peripheral Expressway

Underpass (6Hz. + 4 Vt.) 4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width Canal/ Distributory Bridges 4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width

49 Nos.

41 Nos.

Grade Separators (12Hz. + 5 Vt.)

4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width (Box structure)

58 Nos.

ROBs

ROBs 4-lane dual carriageway, 18/10.5/27.5m width (8 Nos.)

S.No.

Structure/

Length

Span (m)

Super-

Foundation

Location

(m)

strcuture

 

Saharanpur-

   

PSC beam & Slab

 

1

Shadra

55

22.5+15+15

Pile

Ch. 19+119

 

Meerut-

       

2

Ghaziabad

Ch. 44+947

105

40+15+22.5

+22.5

PSC beam & Slab

Pile

 

Moradabad-

       

3

Ghaziabad

60

17+22.5+19

PSC beam & Slab

Pile

Ch. 51+666

 

Dadri- NTPC Plant Ch. 64+777

   

PSC Box

 

4

72

2 x 35.38

Girder

Pile

5

Khurja- Ghaziabad

70

3 x 22.5

PSC beam & Slab

Pile

Ch. 80+093

 

Mathura- Delhi

   

PSC beam & Slab

 

6

Ch. 133+642

50

13+22.5+13

Pile

7

ROB 2A

45

2

x 22.5m

PSC beam & Slab

Pile

8

ROB2B

45

2

x 22.5

PSC beam & Slab

Pile

x 22.5m PSC beam & Slab Pile 8 ROB2B 45 2 x 22.5 PSC beam &
Client : ISOLUX-SOMA (JV) Services : Detailed Project Report FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT Panipat
Client : ISOLUX-SOMA (JV) Services : Detailed Project Report FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT Panipat

Client : ISOLUX-SOMA (JV)

Services : Detailed Project Report

: ISOLUX-SOMA (JV) Services : Detailed Project Report FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT Panipat Jalandhar

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Panipat Jalandhar Section (from km 196.00 to 287.00)

Comprise following

Major bridges

7 Nos.

o

Bridge at 211+300 (2 x 2Lane)

 

Span:

20.0m + 2x16.30m+20m

Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck Substructure : RCC Plate

Foundation: Pile

o

Bridge at 214+500 (2 x 2Lane)

 

Span:

4 x 20.0m

Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile

o

Bridge at 214+680, 234+325, 241+600 and 243+850(2 x 2Lane)

 

Span:

3 x 20.0m

Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck Substructure : RCC Plate

Foundation: Pile

Minor bridges

ROB s (steel composite) 2 Nos.

45 Nos.

o

ROB-1 Km199+00 located at Ambala(2 x 2Lane)

Span:

29.02m+15.0m (42 deg skew)

Superstructure: Steel composite

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile

o

ROB-2 Km230+00 located at Rajpura (2 x 2Lane)

Span:

Superstructure: Steel composite Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile

1 x 21.77m (35 deg skew)

Flyovers (pretensioned girders) 23 Nos. Span: 1 x 30m,1 x20m,3x30m Foundation: piles Approaches : Reinforced Earth

Vehicular underpasses

Pedestrian underpasses 21 Nos.

Elevated Sections

10 Nos.

02 Nos.

o

Elevated corridor-1 at km 206+560 , Ambala (2 x 3Lane)

Span:

4 x 30.0m

Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

o

Sirhind town elevated corridor (2 x 3Lane)

Span:

Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : Reinforced Earth

17 x 30.0m (510m long)

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for conducting
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for conducting
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for conducting

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Services : Consultancy service for conducting Feasibility Study for 6- laning of Allahabad Bypass- Varanasi section on NH-2.

Project Cost : Rs. 8000 million

Completion :

June 2010

Project Cost : Rs. 8000 million Completion : June 2010 Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 (Package ABP-3) Major

Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 (Package ABP-3)

Major bridges

5 nos.

o

Bridge-1 at km 636+910

Span:

3 x 22.0m( 2 x 3Lane)

Superstructure: Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : High embankment

o

Bridge -2 At km 679+990

Span:

4 x 22.0m( 2 x 3Lane)

Superstructure: Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : High embankment

o

Bridge -3 At km 694+740

Span:

4 x 26.5m( 2 x 3Lane)

Superstructure: Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : High embankment

o

Bridge -4 At km 705+515

Span:

16 +2x26m+16m( 2 x 3Lane)

Superstructure: Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Pile Approaches : High embankment

o

Bridge -5 (Ganga Bridge)

Span:

Superstructure: PSC continuous Box (canteliver constrcution)

Substructure : RCC Plate Foundation: Wells Approaches : High embankment

4 x95m+2x62( 2 x 3Lane)

Minor bridges

12 nos.

ROB s

03 nos.

ROBs 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each carriageway (3 Nos.)

Structure/

Length

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

Location

(m)

ROB. 660/1

70

2 x (12+22)

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

ROB 671/2

108

4 x 20.45+2x12.

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

ROB 680/2

160

39.223+ 4x29.302

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 . Flyovers 3 nos. Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each
Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 . Flyovers 3 nos. Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each
Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 . Flyovers 3 nos. Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each
Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 . Flyovers 3 nos. Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each

Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 .

Flyovers

3 nos.

Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each carriageway (3 Nos.)

Structure/

       

Location

Length (m)

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

Flyover at km

90

2 x 26+46.6

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

656+100

Flyover at km

73

2

x 36

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

670+345

Flyover at km

145

4

x 36

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

679+615

Vehicular underpasses

Elevated Sections

43 nos.

05 nos.

Elevated structures 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each carriageway (05 Nos.)

Structure/

Length

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

Location

(m)

Elevated corridor at km 714+886

1787

24+58x30+23

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Elevated corridor at km 723+741

1388

31+44x30+37

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Elevated corridor at km 727+010

508

29+15x30+29

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Elevated corridor at km 741+737

1730

25+56x30+25

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Elevated corridor at km 777+044

806

28+25x30+28

PSC precast beam & Slab

Pile

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for preparation
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for preparation
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for preparation

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy service for preparation of feasibility for 6-laning of NH-2 from Panagarh-Dhankuni, including Panagarh Bypass in

West Bengal

Completion : March 2010

Panagarh Bypass in West Bengal Completion : March 2010 Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2 Detailed Design for 6-laning

Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2

Detailed Design for 6-laning of NH-2 from Panagarh-Dankuni inlcuding Panagarh Bypass in the State of West Bengal under NHDP consisting of

Major bridges

03 Nos.

o

Bridge - 1 Span:

4 x 30.0m

Superstructure:

Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab

Substructure :

RCC Plate

Foundation:

Pile

Approaches :

High embankment

o

Bridge - 2 Span:

3 x 30.0m

Superstructure:

Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab

Substructure :

RCC Plate

Foundation:

Pile

Approaches :

High embankment

o

Bridge - 3 Span:

21.1m+25.3m+21.1m

Superstructure:

Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab

Substructure :

RCC Plate

Foundation:

Pile

Approaches :

High embankment

Minor bridges

24

Nos.

ROB s

01

Nos.

o The ROB at Chainage 520+385 at the end of Panagarh bypass has to be provided a 3-lane carriageway on the LHS, while retaining 2- lane existing one. Span: 24.33+42.11+24.33 Superstructure: Prestressed Precast beam & Slab (15.25m wide)

Substructure :

RCC Plate

Foundation:

Pile

Approaches :

Reinforced Earth

Client : Punjab Infrastructure Development Board Services: Consultancy for preparation of Detailed Project Report for
Client : Punjab Infrastructure Development Board Services: Consultancy for preparation of Detailed Project Report for
Client : Punjab Infrastructure Development Board Services: Consultancy for preparation of Detailed Project Report for

Client: Punjab Infrastructure Development Board

Services: Consultancy for preparation of Detailed Project Report for Construction of Bridges over River Sutlej at Makhu, and over River Beas on road between Sultanpur Lodhi and Chola Sahib

Completion: ongoing

Sultanpur Lodhi and Chola Sahib Completion: ongoing Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2 Flyovers o A total number of

Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2

Flyovers

o A total number of 14 new flyovers with 2 x 3 lane carriageways have been proposed with 1 to 3 spans of equal or varying length as follows:

14

nos.

Sl. No.

New (Proposed) Chainage

Span

arrangement

1.

Panagarh bypass (SH-9) 515+981

2

x 30

2.

Khandari village at 522+247

1

x 30

3.

Army base At ch 523+259

1

x 30

4.

Bud bud town at 527+068

2

x 30

5.

Bud bud town at 530+581

3

x 30

6.

Khanopura village road at 549+197

1

x 30

7.

Barddhaman bypass at ch 561+580

3

x 30

8.

Barddhaman city road At 570+811

2

x 30

9.

End of Barddhaman city bypass 572+023

3

x 30

10.

At 578+521 Shaktigarh bypass

1

x 30

11.

At Ch 583+608 Palsit-Sastibali road

3

x 30

12.

At Ch 586+556 Rasulpur-Palla road

3

x 30

13.

At ch 649+664 Old Delhi road (Chanditala)

2

x 30

14.

Ch 650+461 Old Delhi road

3

x 30

All Superstructure are PSC precast Posttensioned and foundations are deep piles with approches on RE walls.

Vehicular underpasses

15 Nos.

Pedestrian Underpasses

8 Nos

High Level Bridge

o

Bridge over river Beas (Kapurthala dist) (780m long) 13x60m

Supertsructure

:

PSC box Girder

Deck width

:

12.9m

Substructure

:

RCC plate

Foundation

:

Caisons

Approaches

:

Reinforced Earth

o

Bridge over river Sutlej (900m long) 10x60m+10x30m

Supertsructure

:

PSC box Girder/PSC beam and slab

Deck width

:

8.5m

Substructure

: RCC plate

Foundation

:

Caisons

Approaches

:

Retained by RC wall

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services: Consultancy services for preparation of
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services: Consultancy services for preparation of
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services: Consultancy services for preparation of

Client: National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Services: Consultancy services for preparation of Feasibility Report and Detailed Project Report for the connectivity of the NH-37 with Jhalukbari Junction at Guwahati

Project Cost: Rs. 740.0 million

Completion: ongoing

Project Cost: Rs. 740.0 million Completion: ongoing Bridge at Jalukbari Junction, Guwahati, Assam Junction at

Bridge at Jalukbari Junction, Guwahati, Assam

Junction at Jalukbari comprises of main flyover and additional three loops (Viaducts) there are two Underpasses and two Footbridges.

o

Loop 1 (373m long)

 

Span arrangement:

 

i) 1x40m (PSC beam and slab)

1 Nos.

ii) 3x25m (curved)

1 Nos.

iii) 3x32m (curved)

1 Nos.

iv) 3x25m (Straight)

2 Nos.

Supertsructure

: PSC post tensioned continuous beam and slab

Deck width

: 11.0m

 

o

Loop 2 and 3 (Single three span modules) (75m long each) Span arrangement:

i) 3x25m (curved 60m Radius)

1 Nos. (each loop)

ii) 18m+16m (Solid Slab) for loop

3 (109m)

Supertsructure

: PSC post tensioned continuous beam and slab

Length

: 75m (loop1) and 109m( loop3)

Deck width

: 11.0m

o

Main Flyover:

Span arrangement:

 

i) 3x25m (11m wide)

 

1 Nos.

ii) 3x25m (14m wide)

2 Nos.

iii) 3x25m (18m wide)

1 No.

iv) 25m +38.0m + 25m (14.5m /18m wide)

2 Nos.

v) 1 x 40.0m

1 No.

Supertsructure

:

PSC continuous beam and slab

Deck width

:

11.0m/14.0m/18.0m

 

Substructure

:

RCC plate

Foundation

:

piles

Approaches

:

Retained by RC wall

Special features

:

STUs.

o

Foot Over Bridge (RCC/PSC) 02 Nos.

i) FOB-1 (32m long)

 

ii) FOB-1 (62m long)

o

Underpasses

02 Nos.

i) Under Pass 1x10.5m (RCC box cell)

ii) Under Pass 1x14.0 m (RCC box cell)

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy services for preparation
Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi Services : Consultancy services for preparation

Client : National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi

Services : Consultancy services for preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Rehabilitation and Upgrading to 4-lane of Gopalganj- Chhapra-Hajipur section on NH-85 &

NH-19.

Project Cost :

Completion :

May, 2005

NH-19. Project Cost : Completion : May, 2005 Bridge on NH19 And NH85 (Hazipur- Chapra) Major

Bridge on NH19 And NH85 (Hazipur- Chapra)

Major Bridges including Bridge over Gandak river are 03 Nos.

o

o

o

Bridge -1 & 2 Span configration Superstructture Deck width Substructure Foundation Approaches

Bridge -3

: 4 x 25m : PSC castinsitu Girders : 12.0m : RCC plate : piles : Retained by RC wall

( 877 m long)

Span configration

: 2 x 46.360m +13 x 60.320m

Superstructture

: PSC Box Girders

Deck width

: 12.0m

Substructure

: RCC plate

Foundation

: Caissons

Approaches

: Retained by RC wall

ROBs

ROBs 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width (9 Nos.)

 

Structure/

Length

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

Location

(m)

Banawadala

       

Realignment

60

15+25+15

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Ekma Bypass

60

15+25+15

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Siwan Bypass

60

15+25+15

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Gopalganj Bypass

60

15+25+15

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Chappra Bypass

75

25+25+25

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Chappra Bypass

59

12+25+12

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Chappra Bypass

75

25+25+25

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Aami & Digwara Bypass

105

15+25+25+25+15

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Hajipur

150

6x25

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

o

Total flyover are 7 in Nos out of them 2 are major as detailed below

Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width (7 Nos.)

Structure/ Location

Length

Span (m)

Superstrcuture

Foundation

(m)

Hajipur

220

11 x 20

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

NH102- Chappra bypass

30

1

x 30

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

NH-101-chappra Bypass

30

1

x 30

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

SH-chapprabypass

30

1

x 30

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

Hajipur Bypass

175

7

x 25

PSC Beam & Slab

Piles

At km 207+431

30

1

x

30