A case-study depicting Afcons’ expertise into metro rail construction. A rapid and green transit network is at the heart of Nagpur’s transformation into a smart city. In a bid to give the city its first metro service, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd commissioned the 41.7 km Nagpur Metro Project Phase 1, with Afcons as one...
The overall cost of expansion of the operational and approved metro projects under implementation is over Rs 2.5 lakh crore, and another Rs 2 lakh crore worth projects are in various stages of approval and are likely to come up for bidding in the next five years
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has shortlisted 29 contractors for the three packages of the 22-km Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link (MTHL). The authority has shortlisted seven contractors each for the first two packages and 15 for the third package.
Afcons Infrastructure, which has completed the engineering procurement and construction (EPC) work on the Kochi LNG terminal, is now looking for more such projects in this space. Afcons was the only Indian company at Kochi involved in the construction of the terminal facility, besides CTCI Corporation from Taiwan and IHI of Japan.
Mumbai-based AFCONS Infrastructure, which has been engaged in construction of road conÂnectivity in Kochi since 2001, has achieved the distinction of building India's longest rail bridge conÂnecting the island Vallarpadam with Idappalli in north Kochi.