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BRIDGES &

ELEVATED STRUCTURES

Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group


SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

Contents

Title Page

SNC-LAVALIN Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd..- 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 / ROBs / Subways..............................................................................61-63

Bridge Retrofit ............................................................................................................64-65

Profile of the Senior Bridge Professionals..................................................................66-69

Office / Management Photographs.............................................................................70-74

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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-Infras 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 Span, Head Office, NOIDA.
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-Infras 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.
Span Bangalore Office
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-Infras 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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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, Afghanistan Bangladesh
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 Bhutan Canada
engineering and construction group and an important player in
the field of infrastructure engineering, concession ownership and
management. SNC-Lavalins long relationship with India dates
from the 1950s. The SNC-Lavalin companies have offices across
Ethiopia India
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-Lavalins
international presence, expertise with large pool of international Iraq Iran
talent and experience, and overseas offices for collaborative
work. SNC-Lavalin has worldwide experience in developing rail
transit systems.
Kuwait Liberia
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-Lavalins Code of Ethics.
Libya Mauritius

Nepal Nigeria

Saudi Arabia Tanzania

USA Vietnam

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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
Owners 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-Lavalins 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.

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Bridges & Elevated Structures Division

About the Division: Expertise :


It is our flagship division that sets world parity in technology and optmising Girder Bridges
sustainability as the prime goals.
Arch Bridges
Our expertise concerns all kinds of bridges mighty and mundane alike. We
Steel Composite Bridge
deal with all type of bridge decks.
Slab Cable Stayed Bridges
Beam and slab Movable Bridges
Box girders Elevated Expressways
Arch
Cable stayed Elevated Sections for
In diverse materials Interchanges and Grade
Reinforced concrete Separators
Pre-stressed concrete Railway Bridges
Steel Pedestrian Bridges
Composite steel/concrete
In all forms of construction Underground Structures &
Cast in-situ Pedestrian
Cantilever construction Tunnels/Subways
Incremental launching Culverts and Retaining
Precast segmental construction Walls
For diverse functions as
Road bridge Viaducts and Flyovers
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
Owners Engineers / Independent Engineers Services
Environment, Occupational Health and Safety

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Feasibility Study/
Detailed Design Project
References

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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 Client: Ministry of Road Transport
approaches is designed to provide much needed suitable urban link of & Highways, Govt. of India.
Allahabad to NH-27 funded by OECF (presently known as JICA), it will Funding Agency: OECF (now
provide important interstate link to cities like Mirzapur and Varanasi known as JICA), Govt. of Japan.
through state highway. The site is located 25 27 N latitude and 81 44 Length: 1510 m with central span
E longitudes on the crossing of river Yamuna at Allahabad/Naini in the of 260 m for the cable stayed
state of Uttar Pradesh. The total bridge length is 1510 m and 3,913 m module and approach viaducts
long approach road, divided into following four modules: Services: Feasibility Study,
Preliminary, Detailed Design,
Module 1: 630 m long bridge with a 260 m long cable stayed span and Tender Documentation, Training
side spans on 40 m deep well foundations. The span arrangement is 60- Partner: COWI Consultants,
115-260-115-60 m. Deck width has been kept 26 m to accommodate 4 Denmark
lane carriageway, footway + cycle track, median, and kerbs supported by
Project Cost : INR 4,000 million
solid reinforced concrete twin pylons of 90m height above the well cap.
Completion : Sept. 1997
Module 2: 515 m long continuous concrete Bridge of 60 m spans on well
foundation. Construction : 2001-2004

Module 3: 365 m long viaduct module with span of 25 m on pile


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

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.

Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge,


Naini /Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Zuari Cable Stayed Bridge


The Cable Stayed Bridge across Zuari River (on BOT basis) is located Client: Public Works Department,
on NH-17 at Cortalim, Goa. It was the longest span cable stayed bridge Government of Goa
in India and the worlds second longest span cable stayed bridge with Length: 1.5 km (PSC box girder
concrete deck. It provides a high speed link between the state capital deck)
Panaji with the Margao area and Dabolim Airport. The cable stayed Span: 200m + 500m + 200m =
bridge has a central span of 500 m, with side spans of 200m on either 900m plus viaducts of 600m length
sides. Viaduct spans of 10 x 30 m are provided on both ends of the cable
Services: Feasibility and Detailed
stayed bridge. The entire bridge is with 4 lane deck and foot path on both
Project Reports
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 Project Cost: INR . 2,500 million
of the pylon head for tourist attraction along with an innovative Completion: December 2003
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-Infras 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.

Zuari Cable Stayed Bridge

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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 Client: National Highways Authority
better connectivity between the capital city of Delhi to the satellite town of India, New Delhi
Meerut, which is a fast growing industrial hub to the north east of Delhi. Length of Expressway : 65 km
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 Services : Feasibility Study and
between the cities. The Expressway is about 65 km long and is designed Preliminary Design
for a speed of 120 kmph. Project Cost: INR 15732 million
(incl.contingency & INR 1012 Million
The Expressway will be fully access controlled facility and improvement of agency charges)
existing highway alignment is focused, new pavement for widened Completion: Ongoing
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

Major Bridges 04
o 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
o Hindon Cut canal (160m)
Span arrangement: 7 x 22m
Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders
Piers/Abutment : RCC plate
Foundation : Piles
Approaches : Reinfoced Earth
o Hindon River (203m)
Span arrangement: 7 x 28m
Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders
Piers/Abutment : RCC plate
Foundation : Piles
Approaches : Reinfoced Earth
o Upper Ganga Canal (90m)
Span arrangement: 3 x 30m
Superstructure : Presstressed Pretensioned girders
Piers/Abutment : RCC plate
Foundation : Piles
Approaches : RCC Walls

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Minor Bridges 09
Flyovers 18
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

Underpasses 15
ROBs (2 Units of 4Lane) 03
o 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
o 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

o 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 05

Bridge across Hindon River

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Client: Ministry of Surface Transport


Second Bassien Creek Bridge, Mumbai, India (Roads Wing), Govt. of India
Funding Agency: The World Bank
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 Length: 556 m (Module1 - 344 m,
World Bank funded project of four laning of NH-8. It is the first bridge in Module 2 - 210 m)
India designed to take benefit of load sharing by means of STUs (Shock Services: Field Investigation
Transmission Units). It comprises two modules: Module 1 (Length 342 m) and Detailed Engineering
consists of continuous pre-stressed concrete box girder constructed by Project Cost: INR 425 million
balanced cantilever method of erection on floating caissons; Module 2
(Length 210 m) consists of continuous pre-stressed concrete box girder Completion: September 1996
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,

Second Bassein Creek Bridge

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Ganga at Devprayag, Uttarakhand Client: Ministry of Surface Transport
(Roads Wing) Govt. of India
This is a bridge over river Ganga located at downstream of confluence of Length: 556m (344 Module1 + 212
rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi on Badrinath-Kedarnath Road. This is a Module 2)
cantilever bridge with centre span of 88 m and side spans of 25 m and 47 Services: Field Investigation
m length with piers and open foundations on rock strata. The and Detailed Engineering
superstructure has been designed with latest introduced software Project Cost: INR 425 million
ADAPT. The superstructure of the bridge is supported on PTFE cum
POT bearings Completion: September 1996

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.

Bridge over River Ganga at


Devprayag, Uttaranchal

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Client : Urban Infrastructure


Link Bridge, Thimphu, Bhutan Improvement Project,
Royal Government of Bhutan
The Tubular Arch Bridge adjacent to Indigenous Hospital at Thimphu is a Length: 50 m (Tubular Arch
part of Consultancy services for Planning, Detailed Design and Bridge)
Construction Supervision for Urban Infrastructure Improvement Project at Services : Detailed Project Report
Thimpu,Bhutan. Govt. Of Bhutan, with funding assistance from Asian and Supervision
Development Bank, had undertaken urban infrastructure development. Completion : 2006
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.

Link Bridge Thimphu, Bhutan

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Selected Projects: River Bridges
FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Chakki on NH-20, H.P, India Client : PWD, Himachal Pradesh
length : 450m
Span Configration: 26.8m+12x40.5m+26.8m Services : Detailed Project Preparation
Superstructure: Continuous RCC Box Girder Completion : 2006
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

Bridge on NH-2, Bihar, India Client : NHAI, New Delhi


Services : Detailed Project Report
i) Bridge over River Karamnasha (250m long) Completion : August 2001
Span: 42.5m+2x55.0m+42.5m
Superstructure: Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

ii) Bridge over River Punpun (130m Long)


Span: 34.5m+58.0m+34.5m
Superstructure: Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

iii) Bridge over River Durgawati (120m Long)


Span: 35.17m+52.54m+35.17m
Superstructure: Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

iv) Bridge over River Terar (85m Long)


Span: 21.155m+2x21.375m+21.155m
Superstructure: Continuous PSC, Beam and Slab
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

v) Bridge over River Kudra (75m Long)


Span: 22.0m+29.97m+22.0m
Superstructure: Continuous PSC,PI Beam
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Piles

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Shantivan Geeta Colony Bridge


Client: PWD ,New Delhi
A bridge over the river Yamuna has been proposed so as to connect Ring
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
Report
Four lane bridge over river Yamuna with a length of about 500 m. In
Completion : Dec. 2002
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

Bridge over river Girna, (Dhule-Pimpalgaon), NH-3,


Maharashtra Client: NHAI, New Delhi
Length: 425 m 425m, (200m module 1
It is a part of 4 laning of existing 2 lane road of NH-3. The bridge is located + 225 module 2)
near Malegaon, Maharashtra over river Girna. Bridge deck however has Services : Preparation of Detailed
been designed for three lane (13.875m deck width) single carriageway. Project Report
Bridge comprises 2 modules. Module 1 is 200m long. Module 2 is 225m
long. It consist of prestressed concrete pie beam. Stage wise construction, Completion: Aug. 2003
cast in place using false work.
Span Module 1: 4 x 50.0m
Module 2: 4 x 50m+1 x 25.0m
Superstructure: 3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder
Substructure: RCC plate pier
Foundation: 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 Project Report
Superstructure : 3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder Completion : March 2004
Substructure: RCC plate pier
Foundation : Open

Bridge over river Parvati, (800m)


Span: 36x21.75m
Superstructure : 3-lane Continuous PSC PI Girder
Substructure: RCC plate pier
Foundation : Open
Services: Preparation of Detailed Project Report

Existing Bridge Kali Sindh Existing Bridge Parbati


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FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over River Brahmputra, Guwahati,


Assam, India
Client: National Highways
Authority of 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 Length: 1500 m
traffic & augmentation of capacity for safe and efficient movement of Services : Preliminary &
traffic. Presently an existing combined railway and road bridge provides Detailed Project
the crossing of the red river Brahmaputra (Lohit in local language) at Preparation
Guwahati, the most important city of the state of Assam. The proposed
new crossing on NH31 will carry the East West Corridor (Silchar to Project Cost : INR 2400 Million
Porbunder) traffic across the river. After necessary investigation an Completion : March 2005
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

Existing Brahmputra Bridge,


Guwahati, Assam

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Ganga Bridge at Sahebganj, Jharkhand Client: Pubic Works Department,


Jharkhand
The project includes feasibility study, detail design, drawing, preparing Length: 4700m (estimated),
tender documents for four lane bridge over river Ganga between the Services : Feasibility Study,
towns of Sahebganj and Manihary of the states of Jharkhand and Bihar Preliminary & Detailed Project
respectively. Anticipated to be one of the longest river bridges in the Preparation
World, estimated length of the bridge will be 4700 m (excluding Project Cost : INR 10,000 Million
approaches). Completion : July 2003

Span Configuration : 100m+30X150m+100m


Superstructure : Continuous PSC box girder, balanced cantilever
construction
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation : Cassons (Double D)

Proposed site at Sahebganj Bridge

Bridge over River Sone, on NH-2, Bihar, India Client: - National Highways Authority of
India, New Delhi
The second Sone Bridge located on NH-2, crossing the river Sone at Dehri Length: 3100m (Continuous PSC Box
on Sone, Bihar. It is a part of World Bank funded project of 4-laning of NH-2. Girder)
Services : Preliminary and Detailed
The basic design concepts and salient features to achieve an innovative and Project Preparation Preparation
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.

Sone Bridge

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Client : National Highways


Hapur Moradabad Section of NH-24: Ganga Bridge Authority of India, New Delhi
Feasibility Study and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Services : Feasibility Study &
widening and strengthening Hapur to Moradabad section of NH-24. Detailed Project Report (BOT)
Ministry of Road and Transport & Highways (MoRT&H), Government of
India had decided to take-up widening and strengthening of NH-24 to four Project Cost : INR 5,500 Million
lane divided carriageway from Hapur to Moradabad (km 58 to km 149).
Completion : March 2004
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. Length
Bridge Name 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

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Selected Projects: River Bridges

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT


Client: National Highways Authority
Bridges on NH-44, Assam of India, New Delhi
Services: Preliminary and Detailed
Bridge over Barak river Project Report
Length : 360 m Completion: Ongoing
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
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 Existing Barak Bridge
Span : 3 x 46.8m
Foundation: pile
Bridge over Kosuva river
Length : 87 m
Superstrcuture : PSC beam and slab
Span : 3 x 29m
Foundation: pile
Other Minor Bridges 37 nos.
ROBs 7 nos (4 lane)

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

Length
Structure/ Location Span (m) Superstrcuture Foundation
(m)

Hinnogarh at Ch194+546 PSC Precast


35 1 x 33 Pile
Realignement (Bypass) beam & slab
PSC Precast
Ch 201+455 40 1 x 38.5 Pile
beam & slab
PSC Precast
Ch 212+112 (Bypass) 35 1 x 33 Pile
beam & slab
14.1+24+1 PSC Precast
Ch 227+839 55 Pile
4.1 beam & slab
14.1+24+1 PSC Precast
Ch 229+464 55 Pile
4.1 beam & slab
PSC Precast
CH 239+735 35 1 x 33 Pile
beam & slab
Barigram at Ch 250+596 PSC Precast
35 1 x 33 Pile
Realignment (Bypass) beam & slab

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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. Client: National Highways Authority
An elevated structure was felt at Panipat to avoid the traffic congestion. of India
Elevated structure has been divided into 7 modules, each module Length: 3,050m (continuous PSC
comprising 480 m to 490 m length with only the end module having slab)
length 132 m. Services: Preliminary & Detailed
Project Preparation
Deck three lane twine divided carriageway separated by 1.2m wide
median. Superstructure comprised continuous PSC slab of 25m span Project Cost : INR 2811 million??
constructed stage wise on false work. Completion: April 2003
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.

Panipat Elevated Highway, NH-1

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Elevated Expressway on NH-7, Bangalore Client : National Highway


Authority of India, New Delhi
Length: 9 Km., Precast
This 6/8 lane elevated expressway, when designed, was the longest in Segmental method (BOT+Tolled)
India. The overall length of the four lane divided expressway is 9 km
excluding the interchange at the electronics city end. This expressway is Services : Detailed Project Report
envisaged as a high speed connecting corridor from the Bangalore city to Cost : INR 4,500 Million
the Electronics city the electronic and IT hub of India on NH-7 linking Completion : May 2005
Bangalore and Hosur in Tamil Nadu. The ground level has been enhanced Award : Won the Second Prize,
from the existing four lane to six lane + 2 x two lane service road. The Most Outstanding Bridge National
elevated expressway takes off at km. 9.5 after the Silk board junction Awards 2008 for Excellence in
flyover and lands at km 18.500 after the ramps of Electronics city Phase I Bridge Engineering by Indian
(km 17.8) and Electronics City Phase II (km 18.00). An interchange has Institution of Bridge Engineers
been provided at the Electronics city junction for easy movement of traffic Concessionnaire: JV Maytas,
from Phase I on RHS (from Bangalore to Hosur) to Phase II on LHS. Four NCC, Soma
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.

Bangalore Elevated Expessway

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Chennai Elevated Highway


Client : Soma Enterprise Limited
This is a four-lane elevated highway from Chennai port to Maduravoyal Owner: National Highway Authority
(NH-4) under NHDP, Tamil Nadu on a Build-Operate-and-Transfer (BOT). of India, New Delhi
With 19 km. length, It is the longest elevated highway of India.
Length: 19 Km., Precast
Segmental method (BOT+Tolled)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had laid the foundation stone for the
project January 2009, saying that it would facilitate quick movement of Services : Detailed Design
cargo from Chennai Port to other parts of the country through the golden Cost : INR 15,000 Million
quadrilateral corridor. This project is one more important milestone in the Completion : Ongoing
ambitious road programme of the government that will transform the Concessionnaire: Chennai
countrys transport sector, give a boost to industry and integrate the Elevated Tollway, a company
economy, Singh had said during the inauguration. promoted by Soma Enterprises

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.

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Flyovers at Govt. Hostel Intersection and Khasa Client : Jaipur Development


Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Kothi Intersection
Length: 455m (Continuous
Development of flyovers at major congested intersections in Jaipur city for Prestressed Concrete Box)
accommodating the present and future needs of the traffic. 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

Transport Nagar Chowk, Jaipur, Rajasthan Client : Jaipur Development


Consist of two flyovers Authority, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Flyover-1 Services : Detailed Project Report
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)

View Transport Nagar Chowk,


Jaipur

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) Client : National Highways


Authority of India, New Delhi
EPE passing through Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad and Kundli in the
Services : Detailed Project Report
State of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The project is to be implemented on
including preparation of Bidding
BOT basis. 135 km long 6-lane divided carriageway with 8-lane facility
structures for fully excess control Documents, Concession Agreement
on BOT basis under PPP system

Major Bridges 4-Lane dual carriageway 18.25m width (4 nos.) Project Cost : INR 20700 Million

Length Span Completion : October 2006


S.No. Structure/ Location Super str Foundation
(m) (m)
Yamuna Bridge No. 1
1 600 10 x 60 PSC box Wells
Ch. 12+605
Yamuna Bridge No. 2
2 600 10 x 60 PSC Box Wells
Ch. 102+575
3 Hindon Bridge 240 4 x 60 PSC Box Wells
50+75+5
4 Agra Canal Bridge 175 PSC Box Piles
0

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

Sl. Length Super-


Structure/ Location Span (m) Foundation
No. (m) structure
PSC Beam Piles
1 NH-1 (Ch.0+00) 90 2x15+2x30
& slab
PSC Beam Piles
2 SH-57 (Ch. 15+360) 150 6 x 25
& slab
PSC Beam Piles
3 NH-58 (Ch. 44+512) 90 2x15+2x30
& slab
PSC Beam Piles
4 NH-24 (Ch. 52+192) 90 2x15+2x30
& slab
PSC Beam Piles
5 NH-91 (Ch. 72+724) 90 2x15+2x30
& slab
Kasna- Buland Shahar PSC Beam Piles
6 150 6 x 25
Road (Ch. 83+719) & slab
Atali Chainsa Road PSC Beam Piles
7 150 6 x 25
(Ch. 108+533) & slab
PSC Beam Piles
8 NH-2 (Ch. 134+946) 90 2x15+2x30
& slab

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Eastern Peripheral Expressway ..

Underpass (6Hz. + 4 Vt.) 49 Nos.


4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width
Canal/ Distributory Bridges 41 Nos.
4-lane dual carriageway, 18m width

Grade Separators (12Hz. + 5 Vt.) 58 Nos.


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

ROBs
ROBs 4-lane dual carriageway, 18/10.5/27.5m width (8 Nos.)
Structure/ Length Super-
S.No. Span (m) Foundation
Location (m) strcuture
Saharanpur-
PSC beam &
1 Shadra 55 22.5+15+15 Pile
Slab
Ch. 19+119
Meerut-
40+15+22.5 PSC beam &
2 Ghaziabad 105 Pile
+22.5 Slab
Ch. 44+947
Moradabad-
PSC beam &
3 Ghaziabad 60 17+22.5+19 Pile
Slab
Ch. 51+666
Dadri- NTPC Plant PSC Box
4 72 2 x 35.38 Pile
Ch. 64+777 Girder
Khurja- Ghaziabad PSC beam &
5 70 3 x 22.5 Pile
Ch. 80+093 Slab
Mathura- Delhi PSC beam &
6 50 13+22.5+13 Pile
Ch. 133+642 Slab
PSC beam &
7 ROB 2A 45 2 x 22.5m Pile
Slab
PSC beam &
8 ROB2B 45 2 x 22.5 Pile
Slab

Trumpet Intersection at Mavikalan


on SH-57

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FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Panipat Jalandhar Section (from km 196.00 to 287.00)


Client : ISOLUX-SOMA (JV)
Comprise following Services : Detailed Project Report

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 45 Nos.
ROBs (steel composite) 2 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: 1 x 21.77m (35 deg skew)
Superstructure: Steel composite
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Pile
Flyovers (pretensioned girders) 23 Nos.
Span: 1 x 30m,1 x20m,3x30m
Foundation: piles
Approaches : Reinforced Earth
Vehicular underpasses 10 Nos.
Pedestrian underpasses 21 Nos.
Elevated Sections 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: 17 x 30.0m (510m long)
Superstructure: Pretensioned beam and Cast in-situ deck
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Pile
Approaches : Reinforced Earth

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Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 (Package ABP-3)
Major bridges 5 nos. Client : National Highways
Authority of India, New Delhi
o Bridge-1 at km 636+910
Span: 3 x 22.0m( 2 x 3Lane) Services : Consultancy service for
Superstructure: Prestressed Post-tensioned beam & Slab conducting Feasibility Study for 6-
Substructure : RCC Plate laning of Allahabad Bypass-
Foundation: Pile Varanasi section on NH-2.
Approaches : High embankment
o Bridge -2 At km 679+990 Project Cost : Rs. 8000 million
Span: 4 x 22.0m( 2 x 3Lane) Completion : June 2010
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: 4 x95m+2x62( 2 x 3Lane)
Superstructure: PSC continuous Box (canteliver constrcution)
Substructure : RCC Plate
Foundation: Wells
Approaches : High embankment

Minor bridges 12 nos.


ROBs 03 nos.

ROBs 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each carriageway


(3 Nos.)

Structure/ Length
Span (m) Superstrcuture Foundation
Location (m)
PSC precast
ROB. 660/1 70 2 x (12+22) Pile
beam & Slab
PSC precast
ROB 671/2 108 4 x 20.45+2x12. Pile
beam & Slab
PSC precast
ROB 680/2 160 39.223+ 4x29.302 Pile
beam & Slab

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Allahabad Bypass, NH-2 .

Flyovers 3 nos.

Flyovers 4-lane dual carriageway, 12m width of each carriageway


(3 Nos.)
Structure/
Length (m) Span (m) Superstrcuture Foundation
Location
Flyover at km PSC precast
90 2 x 26+46.6 Pile
656+100 beam & Slab

Flyover at km PSC precast


73 2 x 36 Pile
670+345 beam & Slab

Flyover at km PSC precast


145 4 x 36 Pile
679+615 beam & Slab

Vehicular underpasses 43 nos.

Elevated Sections 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 PSC precast
1787 24+58x30+23 Pile
at km 714+886 beam & Slab
Elevated corridor PSC precast
1388 31+44x30+37 Pile
at km 723+741 beam & Slab
Elevated corridor PSC precast
508 29+15x30+29 Pile
at km 727+010 beam & Slab
Elevated corridor PSC precast
1730 25+56x30+25 Pile
at km 741+737 beam & Slab
Elevated corridor PSC precast
806 28+25x30+28 Pile
at km 777+044 beam & Slab

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Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2 Client : National Highways Authority
of India, New Delhi
Detailed Design for 6-laning of NH-2 from Panagarh-Dankuni Services : Consultancy service for
inlcuding Panagarh Bypass in the State of West Bengal under preparation of feasibility for 6-laning of
NHDP consisting of NH-2 from Panagarh-Dhankuni,
including Panagarh Bypass in
Major bridges 03 Nos.
o Bridge - 1 West Bengal
Span: 4 x 30.0m Completion : March 2010
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.


ROBs 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

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Panagarh-Dankuni Stretch NH-2 ...

Flyovers 14 nos.
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:

Span
Sl. No. New (Proposed) Chainage
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 Client: Punjab Infrastructure


Development Board
o Bridge over river Beas (Kapurthala dist) (780m long) 13x60m
Supertsructure : PSC box Girder Services: Consultancy for
Deck width : 12.9m preparation of Detailed Project
Substructure : RCC plate Report for Construction of Bridges
Foundation : Caisons over River Sutlej at Makhu, and over
Approaches : Reinforced Earth River Beas on road between
Sultanpur Lodhi and Chola Sahib
o Bridge over river Sutlej (900m long) 10x60m+10x30m
Supertsructure : PSC box Girder/PSC beam and slab Completion: ongoing
Deck width : 8.5m
Substructure : RCC plate
Foundation : Caisons
Approaches : Retained by RC wall

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Bridge at Jalukbari Junction, Guwahati, Assam
Junction at Jalukbari comprises of main flyover and additional
Client: National Highways
three loops (Viaducts) there are two Underpasses and two
Authority of India, New Delhi
Footbridges.
o Loop 1 (373m long) Services: Consultancy services for
Span arrangement: preparation of Feasibility Report and
i) 1x40m (PSC beam and slab) 1 Nos. Detailed Project Report for the
ii) 3x25m (curved) 1 Nos. connectivity of the NH-37 with
iii) 3x32m (curved) 1 Nos. Jhalukbari Junction at Guwahati
iv) 3x25m (Straight) 2 Nos.
Supertsructure : PSC post tensioned continuous beam and slab Project Cost: Rs. 740.0 million
Deck width : 11.0m
Completion: ongoing
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)

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Bridge on NH19 And NH85 (Hazipur- Chapra)
Major Bridges including Bridge over Gandak river are 03 Nos. Client : National Highways
Authority of India, New Delhi
o Bridge -1 & 2
Span configration : 4 x 25m Services : Consultancy services for
Superstructture : PSC castinsitu Girders preparation of Detailed Project Report
Deck width : 12.0m (DPR) for Rehabilitation and
Substructure : RCC plate Upgrading to 4-lane of Gopalganj-
Foundation : piles Chhapra-Hajipur section on NH-85 &
Approaches : Retained by RC wall NH-19.
o Bridge -3 ( 877 m long)
Project Cost :
Span configration : 2 x 46.360m +13 x 60.320m
Superstructture : PSC Box Girders Completion : May, 2005
Deck width : 12.0m
Substructure : RCC plate
Foundation : Caissons
Approaches : Retained by RC wall

o ROBs

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


Structure/ Length
Span (m) Superstrcuture Foundation
Location (m)
Banawadala
60 15+25+15 PSC Beam & Slab Piles
Realignment
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
105 15+25+25+25+15 PSC Beam & Slab Piles
Bypass
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.)


Length
Structure/ Location 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 PSC Beam & Slab Piles
PSC Beam & Slab
At km 208+220 30 2 x 15 Piles
(curved)

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FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT
Client : Ministry of Road Transport
& Highways (Road wing), New Delhi
Dhule to Pimpalgaon on NH-3 Maharashtra
(Km 265 To Km 380) Services : Feasibility Study and
Rehabilitation and Strengthening of existing 2- Lane road and widening to Detailed Project Report
4/6-Lane dual carriageway Configuration of Dhule to Pimpalgaon (Km 265
To Km 380) Section of NH-3 in the State of Maharashtra Project Cost : Rs. 3000 million
Completion : Aug. 2003
29 major/minor bridges

Client : National Highways


Kota to Rajasthan/MP Border on NH-76 Authority of India, New Delhi
(km. 397.00 to km. 579.00) 41 major/minor bridges
Services : Consultancy Services for
Samrania Bridge on NH-76 conducting Feasibility Study and
Span : 2 x 26.350m + 4 x 27.700m preparation of Detailed Project
Report for Rehabilitation &
Superstructure : PSC, Beam and Slab
Upgrading to 4/6 lane, with divided
Length :164m carriageway, of Kota to
Foundation : Open Rajasthan/MP Border on NH-76.
Approaches : On High embankment Project Cost : Rs.8900 million

Kunnu Bridge on NH-76 Completion : March 2004


Span : 6 x 32.1m
Superstructure : PSC, Beam and Slab
Length :194m
Foundation : open
Approaches : On High embankment

Existing Kannu Bridge


Alansa Bridge on NH-76
Span : 2 x 36.85m + 4 x 38.200m
Superstructure : PSC, Beam and Slab
Length :228m
Foundation : open
Approaches : On High embankment

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Bridge Over Pond (Neela Hauz) on


Aruna Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi Client: Public Works Department,
Delhi
Services : Preliminary & Detailed
Construction of bridge over pond (Neela Hauz) connecting the two
Project Preparation
segments of the Aruna Asaf Ali Road (Road No. 16) is part of traffic
improvement for the comfortable alternate connectivity to the airport. The Project Cost : INR 180 Million
scope of consultancy services includes the preparation of structural Completion : July 2006
designs and drawings of all the following components:
Bridge: Construction of 2 bridges having dual carriageway of 3
lanes each with central verge and cycle track-cum-footpath on
either side.
The length of each bridge is 126.5 m separated by an island
of length 126 m. The outer to outer width of the
superstructure was 28.0 m.
Approach Roads: Construction of 280 m long approach road on
each side. The approach road was to be with RE embankment of
width as 28 m. and a dual carriageway of 11.0 m width on either
side of the 1.0 m wide central verge; a footpath cum cycle track
of 2.5 m width adjacent to main carriageways on either side.
Other details as under:
Span : 37.5m+50.0m+37.50m
Foundation : Open/Pile
Special Feature : Soffit profile of box girder kept curved

Neela Hauz Bridge under construction

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Client: Client : National Highways
Nagpur-Hyderabad Section km. 94 to km. 123 on NH-7 Authority of India, New Delhi

Rehabilitation and Upgrading of existing 2 lane road Nagpur- Hyderabad Services : Preparation of Detailed
Section km. 94 to km. 123 on NH-7 Project Report

One set of such corridors is North-South and East-West Corridor Project Cost : Rs. 1450 million
connecting Srinagar to Kanyakumari and Silchar (Assam) to Porbandar
(Gujarat) for a total length of about 7300 Kms. Keeping the above in view Completion : July 2005
consultancy services for Feasibility Study and Detailed Project Report for
Rehabilitation and Upgrading to 4/6 lane divided carriageway
configuration of East-West Corridor. The present project road falls in the
State of Maharashtra from Nagpur-Hyderabad Section km. 94 to km. 123
on NH-7. The total road length of this assignment is 29 Kms. including
major bridge over Wardha River 192m long.

Length : 192 m (PSC Beam & Slab)


Span : 45.750m + 2 x 49.50m + 45.65m
Superstructure : Simply supported PSC Box Box Girders
Substructure : RCC plate
Foundation : Open and Pile foundation

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

FEASIBILITY / DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Corridor Improvement of Outer Ring Road, New Client: Public Works Department,
Delhi
Delhi
Services : Preliminary & Detailed
SL-Infra has undertaken the assignment for Corridor Improvement of Project Preparation
Outer Ring Road New Delhi comprising of 3 flyovers between IIT Gate to
NH-8. The assignment included sub-ways, vehicular underpass and bus- Flyover 1 :
bays etc. to facilitate the cross traffic and pedestrian movement. Length : 310 m
Project Cost: INR 410 million
Flyover 1 : Paschimi Marg Intersection to NH-8 Completion: July 2008
3-lanes, single carriageway
Length : 310 m (CompositeSteel Structure) Flyover 2 :
Span : 35.50m+ 50.0m+ 35.50m + 2 x 33.58m+ Length : 716 m
35.50m+ 50.0m+ 35.50m Project Cost: INR 410 million
Project Cost: INR 410 million Completion: July 2008
Completion: July 2008
Flyover 3 :
Flyover 2 : Vivekanand Marg to Paschimi Marg Length : 519 m
6-lanes, divided dual carriageway Project Cost: INR 600 million
Length : 716 m (CompositeSteel Structure) Completion: July 2008
Span : 35.50m+ 50.0m+ 6 x 33.627m+ 35.50m + 50.0m
+ 35.5m + 35.50m + 35.264m + 4 x 33.264m +
2 x 35.50m + 50.0m
Project Cost: INR 410 million
Completion: July 2008

Flyover 3 : IIT Gate to Munirka, 6-lanes, divided dual carriageway


Length : 519 m (CompositeSteel Structure)
Module 1 Span : 2 x 35.5m + 50.0m
Module 2 Span : 8x34.55m
Module 3 Span : 35.50m + 50.0m + 35.50m
Project Cost: INR 600 million
Completion: July 2008
Note: All 3 Flyovers were designed using British codes

Outer Ring Road Flyover

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Construction Supervision/
Project Management/
Independent Engineer
Project References

Page 38 of 74
Selected Projects: River Bridges

CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client: National Highways Authority


Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge, Naini/ Allahabad/, of India (NHAI), India
Uttar Pradesh Funding Agency: JBIC (now
Indias biggest cable-stayed bridge, erected in the years 2001 - 2004, is known as JICA), Govt. of Japan.
located in Uttar Prahdesh State and connects the city of Allahabad and Length: 1,510 m with central span
its sattalite town Naini next to the banks of the Yamuna River. This is the of 260 m for the cable stayed
first cable stayed bridge of its kind in the country. The only other major module and approach viaducts
cable stayed bridge in the country was the second Hoogly bridge, Services: Construction
Vidyasagar Sethu, in West Bengal. The old Naini steel-truss-bridge Supervision, Maintenance Manual
which has to accommodate railway- and car-traffic and is called the
Partner: COWI Consultants,
Gateway to Eastern India. The four lane concrete deck cable stayed
Denmark
Yamuna bridge with its approaches is designed to provide much needed
Project Cost : INR 4,000 million
suitable urban link of Allahabad to NH-27 funded by OECF (presently
known as JICA), it will provide important interstate link to cities like Completion : May 2004
Mirzapur and Varanasi through state highway. The site is located 25 27 Contractors : JV HCC, India-
N latitude and 81 44 E longitudes on the crossing of river Yamuna at Hyundai, Korea.
Allahabad/Naini in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The total bridge length is Award : Yamuna Bridge won the
1510 m, divided into three modules and 3,913 m long approach roads, First Prize in Category IV, Most
764 m on Allahabad side and 3149 m on Naini side. Outstanding Bridge National
Awards 2004 - for Excellence in
The project has been executed by Bridge Engineering by Indian
HCC, India in joint venture with Institution of Bridge Engineers.
M/S Hyundai, Korea. Indian
Institution of Bridge Engineers
awarded this project the Ninth
Most Outstanding Bridge National
Awards 2004 - for Excellence in
Bridge Engineering. The Yamuna
Bridge won the First Prize in
Category IV.

The bridge looks splendid in the night

Yamuna Cable Stayed Bridge, Naini/


Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

DESIGN REVIEW/PROJECT MANAGEMENT

P.V. Narasimha Rao Elevated Expressway, Client : Hyderabad Urban


Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh Development. Authority, Hyderabad,
Andhra Pradesh
Elevated Corridor in Hyderabad city is 11.6 km long and provides a fully Length: 11.6 Km.,
access-controlled corridor from the city to Hyderabad International Airport (Precast Segmental method)
at Shamsadabad area. Approx. pre-cast segments 3600
A trumpet interchange providing access to the new Hyderabad Weight of segments 75 -90 t
International Airport is also included in SL-Infras scope of work Number of spans 350
(completed). Pre-cast crash barrier 25 km
Pre-cast central median 23 km
The overall width of the pre-cast segmental box girder is 16.4 m
accommodating 4-lane carriageway with a central median and pre-cast Services : Project Management
crash barriers on each edge. The PSC box girder is a twin-cell one with Consultancy
inclined external webs and a central vertical web. The permanent PT Project Cost : INR 4390 Million
bonded tendons are of size 19x0.6. Completion : October 2009
Award : Appreciation Momento was
The project was completed as per the schedule and was acciedent free.
presented by Shri K. Rosiah, the
Honble Chief Minister of A.P.

Appreciation Momento was presented to Span Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (now


SNC-Lavalin Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.) by Shri K. Rosiah, the Honble Chief
Minister of Andhra Pradesh on the occassion of opening of the
th
Expressway on 19 October 2009.

P.V.N.R. Elevated Expressway,


Hyderabad

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

INDEPENDENT ENGINEERING/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Western Peripheral Expressway Client: Haryana State Industrial and


Kundli-Manesar-Palwal, (KMP) Infrastructure Development Corp. Ltd.
(HSIIDC)
The Government of Haryana through Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure
Development Corporation Ltd. (HSIIDC) has proposed to develop an Expressway Services : Independent Consutancy
between Kundli on NH-1 and Palwal on NH-2 via Bahadurgarh on NH-10 and (Independent Engineer)
Manesar on NH-8. HSIIDC has been authorized to implement the 4/6-lane Project Cost: INR 12,000 million
expressway and operation, maintenance and collection of fees through a
Concessionaire on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis. The project is being Concessionaire: DS Contruction, UK
taken up so as to divert mainly the freight traffic entering Delhi en-route to other Completion: Onging
states.

The expressway is one of the major Greenland alignment expressway running


halfway around the national capital, connecting 5 national highways & 5 state
highways. The length of expressway is around 135.65 km. and includes 5 major
bridges, 12 minor bridges, 4 grade separators, 4 ROBs, 10 Toll Plazas, and of
improvement of 173 nos. road junctions/intersections. The proposed expressway
has 4/6 lanes divided carriageway configuration

Grade Separators 3-lane divided carriageway15m width (3 Nos.)


S.No. Structure/ Location Length Span (M) Cost INR Remarks
(M) (Million)
Grade Separator
1 130 3 x 35+25 550 Clover leaf
(NH-1) Ch. 0+00
Grade Separator
2 140 4x27.5+2x15 600 Clover leaf
(NH-10) Ch. 35+00
Grade Separator
3 80 2x27.5+2x15 480 Clover leaf
(NH-8), Ch. 82+985

Railway Over Bridges 3-lane divided carriageway 15m width (4


Nos.)
Length Span Cost INR
S.No. Structure/ Location
(M) (M) (Million)
1 Delhi- Kalka line (Ch. 5+097) 97 2x35+27 120
2 Delhi- Rohtak line (Ch. 33+749) 95 2x35+25 110
3 Gurgaon- Garhi Harsaroo (Ch. 66+385) 170 4x35+30 300
4 Delhi- Rewari- Jaipur (Ch. 72+735) 104 2x35+34 200

Irrigation Bridges (Major/ Minor) 3-lane divided carriageway 15m width 16 Nos.
Length
S.No. Structure/ Nos. Nos. Span (M)
(M)
Minor Bridges (10 Nos.)/
1 3 90 3 x 30
Major Bridges (6 Nos.)
2 60 2 x 30
1 52.8 2 x 20
10 15 1 x 15

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Selected Projects: Urban Structure

Western Peripheral Expressway .

Irrigation Bridges 3-lane divided carriageway 15m width (20 Nos.)

S.No. Structure/ Nos. Length (M) Span (M)


1 Bridges (10 Nos.) 10 1 x 10
Bridges (10 Nos.) 75 Approx. 3 x 25

Underpass 7 Nos.
3-lane divided carriageway 15m width

Underpass (Multispan) 9 Nos.


3-lane divided carriageway 15m width

Underpass (Rural Road) 34 Nos.


3-lane divided carriageway 15m width

Agricultural Vehicular Underpass 33 Nos.


3-lane divided carriageway 15m width

Pedestrian Crossing 61 Nos.


3-lane divided carriageway 15m width

Cattle Crossing 31 nos


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INDEPENDENT ENGINEERING/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Nagpur-Hyderabad Section of NH-7 Client: National Highways Authority


of India, New Delhi
Andhra Pradesh.
Services : Independent Consutancy
(Independent Engineer)
The project of 4-laning Nagpur-Hyderabad Section of NH-7 from Km. 367.000 Project Cost: INR 5,460 million
(Adloor Yellareddy) to Km. 464.000 (Gundla Pochamapalli) in the State of Andhra
Pradesh has been undertaken as a part of Phase-II of National Highway Completion: Ongoing
Development Program on North-South Corridor (Total road length 97.00 kms).
Project under consideration aims at developing section of NH-7 by widening the
existing 2-lanes to 4/6 lanes dual carriageway, including strengthening of the
existing 2-lanes and construction of 36 km long bypasses on Build, Operate and
Transfer (BOT) basis/ BOT (Annuity) basis.
The 4-laning highway involves construction of new bypasses, ROB, major & minor
bridges, pedestrian/bus/vehicle & cattle underpasses, junctions, truck lay byes and
toll plaza etc.
Bridges
Major Bridges 1 No.
Railway Bridges 1 No.
Minor Bridges 12 Nos.
Under Passes
Pedestrian Under Passes 22 No.s
Vehicle Under Passes 8 Nos.
Bus Under Passes 3 Nos.
Cattle Under Passes 2 Nos.
Cross Drainage Structures 275 Nos.
Rehabilitation & Widening of Existing Bridges 4 Nos.
Interchanges (Major/Minor) 53 Nos.

Nagpur Hyderabad section of NH-7

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DESIGN REVIEW/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
Client : National Highways Authority
of India, New Delhi
Hapur-Moradabad Section of NH-24
Services : Construction Supervision
Uttar Pradesh.
Project Cost : INR 5,500 Million
Construction Supervision of Four laning of NH-24 from Hapur to Completion : Ongoing
Moradabad, ROB at km 181 and Bridges at km 8 and km 31on NH-87.

Major bridges 7 Nos.


Length
S.No. Bridge Name Span (M)
(M)
1 Kali Nadi 63.0 3 x 21

2 Choya Nala 70.0 1 x 30 + 2 x 20

3 Madhya Ganga Canal 167.32 5 x 30 + 1 x 15

4 Bridge over river Ganga 703.0 2 x 53.33 + 11 x 54.21

5 Matwali River 72.05 1 x 39.55 + 2 x 15.65

6 Sot River 63.30 3 x 20.70

7 Bhakra River 73.2 3 x 24.40

Minor bridges 11 nos


Overpasses 17 nos
Flyovers 3 nos
ROB 1 no (Length 70.0m, Span arrangement
1x15.0m+2x20.0m+1x15.0m)

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DETAILED DESIGN / CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client : Economic Reconstruction


Bridges in Jammu & Kashmir Agency, Jammu & Kashmir
Services : Construction Supervision
Consultancy services for Preparation of Detailed Project Report and Project Cost : INR 5,650 Million
Construction Supervision for Infrastructure Rehabilitation in Jammu and
Kashmir Completion : Ongoing

Economic Reconstruction Agency (ERA) Jammu & Kashmir has


undertaken the upgradation, rehabilitation and Infrastructure development
of several roads in the state of Jammu & Kashmir which includes
construction of several bridges as given below.

Major bridges - 7 Nos.

S.No. Bridge Name Length (m) Nos x Span (m)


1 Soafshali bridge 120.0 4 x 30

2 Sonwani bridge 93.70 3 x 30

3 Bonchak bridge 60.0 2 x 30

4 Tokina bridge 129.93 35 + 3 x 30

5 Wahibugh 98.70 30+35+30

6 Mehjoor bridge 124.930 4 x 30.0


Urbis bridge
7 65.5 1 x 63.0
(Leh-Ladakh)

Minor Bridges - 40 Nos.

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DESIGN REVIEW/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client : National Highways Authority


Muzaffarpur Purnea Section of NH-57, Bihar of India, New Delhi
Consultancy services for Construction Supervision of Muzaffarpur Services : Construction Supervision
Purnea section on NH-57 in the state of Bihar
Project Cost : INR 9,570 Million
Completion : Ongoing
Major bridges - 4 Nos.

S.No. Bridge Chainage Length (M) Span (M)

1 219.903 125.0 5 x 25

2 213.559 75.0 3 x 25

3 210.588 100.0 4 x 25

4 199.032 150.0 6 x 25

Minor Bridges - 27 Nos.

ROBs - 2 Nos.

S.No. Bridge Chainage Length (M) Span (M)

1 223.782 81.0 3 x 27

2 212.351 87.0 3 x 29

Underpasses - 2 Nos.

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DESIGN REVIEW/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Gogunda Udaipur Section of NH-76, Rajasthan


Client : National Highways Authority
Consultancy services for Construction Supervision of Rehabilitation and of India, New Delhi
Upgradation of Gogunda Udaipur section of NH-76 to four lane divided
Services : Construction Supervision
carriageway in Rajasthan
The project is an NHAI initiative under the Phase-II of National Highway Project Cost : INR 2,080 Million
Development Programme on the East West Corridor. The project involves Completion : Ongoing
widening and strengthening of the existing 2-lane carriageway with
rigid/flexible pavement, flexible overlay over the existing pavement,
construction of bridges and culverts, construction of high embankment/
elevated structures etc. along the existing highways including realignment
and bypasses in the state of Rajasthan. SL-Infra has been appointed by
NHAI for providing Consultancy services for the supervision of
rehabilitation and upgrading of Gogunda -Udaipur section (Km. 73.00 to
Km. 104.74) of NH-76 to 4-lane divided carriageway. The length of the
road stretch undertaken is 32 kms for this project.

Structures :

o Minor Bridges - 4 Nos.

o Flyover - 1 Nos.

o Underpasses - 7 Nos.

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DESIGN REVIEW/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
Client: National Highways Authority
of India, New Delhi
Chennai Bypass Services : Design Review and
Design Review and Construction Supervision of Chennai Bypass Phase-II Construction Supervision
and widening of Channai Bypass Phase-I, connecting NH-45 and NH-4, Project Cost: INR 6,000 million
Tamil Nadu Completion: Ongoing
National Highways Authority of India has undertaken the upgradation of
Phase I from 2-lane to 4-lanes and construction of 4-lane highway of
Phase II. Bypass connecting NH-45 to NH-4 for a length of 32.17 km. with
flexible pavement, flexible overlay on the existing two-lane pavement,
construction of bridges and culverts, construction of high
embankment/elevated structures.

CBP-I CBP-II
(4-Laning (New
S.No. Description Section) Bypass)
Nos. Nos.
Major Brides
1. 2* 1
* Adyar & Porur
2. Underpass 11 6
3. Underpass@ Km.7.500 & Km.29.712 1 1
4. Underpass (Box pushing) 1
Grade Separator
5. 2*
* Maduravoyal & Puzhal
Elevated Corridor
6. 1* 1
* Ambattur Industrial Estate
ROB
7 1*
* Pattravakkam
8. Box Culvert 7 3
9. Slab Culvert 9
10. Pipe Culvert + Utility (24) 52+24 13+9

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DESIGN REVIEW/ CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Viaduct Katraj Ghat Bypass, NH-4 Client: National Highways Authority of


at village Jambulwadi near Pune India, New Delhi
Length: 492 m
Katraj Ghat Bypass lies on the NH4 Pune-Satara section in the Services : Construction Supervision
State of Maharastra, the Mumbai-Chennai link of the Golden Completion: March 2008
Quadrilateral of the National Highways Development Programme of
the Government of India. The bypass includes a viaduct at village
Jambulwadi near Pune and, at the time of writing, the viaduct has
reached 85% completion stage.

A 14 span simply supported structure, length along centerline 492m


giving a maximum clearance of 45m above the ground, the viaduct
is reported to be the second tallest among those in the South-East
Asia.

The viaduct is of reinforced concrete construction with the


substructure consisting of (hollow or solid) piers supported on open
foundations and the superstructure incorporating PSC girders. The
piers were constructed using the technique of slip forming; the PSC
girders for the superstructure spans from Satara end of the viaduct
were launched using a special launch gantry while those for spans
from Pune end were cast in-situ.

Box abutments and intermediate piers, (2x13 numbers) comprising


the substructure support the 14-simple span superstructure. The
piers vary in their heights between 15m and 45 m above the ground
and are located according to the position and orientation of
bearings fixed equidistance longitudinally apart.

Viaduct Katraj Ghat Bypass

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DESIGN REVIEW / CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client: National Highways Authority


of India, New Delhi
Salem Bypass on NH-7 Length: 15 Km
Independent Monitoring and Construction Supervision of 4/6 laning Services : Construction Supervision
project beginning at Start of Salem Bypass to Start of proposed Concessionaire: MVR Infrastructure
flyover on Namakkal, Tamil Nadu. Completion: March 2008

This project is a part of Phase-II of National Highway Development


Program on North-South Corridor. The project has been taken up
with the view to enhance the traffic capacity and safety for efficient
transportation of goods as well as passenger traffic on the heavily
trafficked National Highway sections. The Project under
consideration aims at developing section of NH-7 by widening the
existing 2-lanes to 4/6 lanes dual carriageway, including
strengthening of the existing 2-lanes on Build, Operate and
Transfer (BOT) basis/ BOT (Annuity) basis. Project highway
involves construction of 5.5 km new bypasses, flyovers, ROB,
underpasses, CD-structures and toll plaza etc.

Salient Features:
o ROB - 1 No. (span 40m)
o Underpass - 10 No.
o Bridge - 2 (18m)
o Minor Bridge - 15 m
Culverts - 28 No.

Namakkal Flyover

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INDEPENDENT ENGINEER

Client: Ministry of Road Transport


and Highways, New Delhi
Raipur Durg, NH 6, Chhattisgarh Length: 26.60 Km
The project is 4 laning of NH-6 and upgrading from Durg to Raipur Services : Independent Engineer
on BOT basis considering the importance of Durg Bhilai Steel Plant Concessionaire: DS Constructions
and capital of Chhattisgarh, Raipur where local as well as Completion: Sep 2006
commercial traffic was high. Existing 2-lane highway from Km 282
to km 308 was upgraded to 4-lane with service roads on both sides.

SL-Infra was appointed as Independent Consultant for 4 laning of


Raipur Durg portion of NH-6 from Km 282 to Km 308 in the State
of Chhattisgarh.

Salient Features:

Project basically comprised of upgrading 2-lane to 4-lane flexible


pavement, construction 1 ROB, 1 Major Bridge on river Kharun,
2 minor bridges, 7 major intersections, 22 culverts and 2 Toll
Plazas.

Description Length
o Major Bridge on River Kharun km 284/6 180 m
o Bridge at Kosanala 33 m
o Minor Bridge Tandula Nala 24 m
o ROB Bhilai Nandine Mine Line Km 299/6 30 m

Toll plaza at Kharun

Bridge on River Kharun

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DESIGN REVIEW / CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client: National Highways Authority of


Hosur to Krishnagiri NH-7, 4-Laning india, New Delhi
Construction supervision of 4-Laning of NH-7 from Hosur to Krishnagiri Services : Design and Construction
(Km 48/600 Km. 94/00) in Tamil Nadu state comprising following Supervision
bridges/ flyovers: Completion:

Length
Description

Major Bridge on river at km. 78/856 120m

Flyover at Hosur Bus Stand, Km. 40/100 540m

Flyover at Km. 90/235 near Krishnagiri 440m

Flyover at Km. 93/260 near Krishnagiri 420m

Client: National Highways Authority of


Satara to Kagal NH-4, 4-Laning (BOT Project) india, New Delhi
Major flyovers 3 nos, Large scale precast PSC girders Services : Design and Construction
Supervision
Completion:

Flyover at Swargate (Jedhe chowk) Junction of NH-4 Client: Maharashtra State Road
& NH-9 Development Corpn. Ltd.
Length: 1000 m
Solid ramps & pedestrian subway at Pune Services : Design and Construction
Supervision
Completion:

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DESIGN REVIEW / CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Client: National Highways Authority of


Bridge over river Krishna, Pune-Satara, Maharashtra India, New Delhi
Length: 364.8 m (Twin), Voided/PSC
4-laning and strengthening of existing 2-lane stretches from Pune box
to Satara on NH-4 (km 725.000 to km 834.000 ). This project Services : Construction Supervision
included 22 major/minor bridges.
Completion:

Nagpur-Hyderabad section of NH-7 Client: National Highways Authority of


India, New Delhi
4-Laning of Km. 447.000 to Km. 464.00, Nagpur-Hyderabad section
Services : Construction Supervision
of NH-7 in State of Andhra Pradesh Package NS-8: AP.
Completion: Jul 1999
This project include four minor bridges.
(Chainage 454/6, 454/8, 457/4, 453/1)

Hyderabad section of NH-7


Client: National Highways Authority of
4-Laning of Km. 22.300 to Km. 34.800 of Hyderabad section of NH- India, New Delhi
7 in State of Andhra Pradesh Package NS-9: AP. This project Services : Construction Supervision
include four minor bridges. (Chainage 26/1, 28/1, 31/1, 32/1). Completion: Jul 1999

Hathipalli - Hosur section of NH-7 Client: National Highways Authority of


India, New Delhi
4-Laning of Km. 33.015 to Km. 48.000 of Hathipalli-Hosur section of Services : Construction Supervision
NH-7 in State of Tamil Nadu, Package NS-11:. This project include Completion: Jul 1999
four minor bridges (chainage 34/1, 39/2, 41/1, 48/2) including one
Flyover at Hathipalli Hosur (Length: 586.936m)
28x20.772+3x1.360.

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DESIGN REVIEW / CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

Nagpur - Hyderabad section of NH-7 Client: National Highways Authority of


4-Laning of km. 368.255 to km. 471.000 of Nagpur-Hyderabad India, New Delhi
section of NH-7 in the State of Andhra Pradesh on North-South Services : Independent Consultancy
Corridor under Phase-II Program of NHDP, Package NS-2 from Services
Adloor Yellareddy to Gundla Pochampally:. This project includes Completion: Ongoing
one major bridge, 1 ROB, 17 minor bridges and 34 underpasses.

Satara - Kolhapur section of NH-4, Maharashtra Client: Maharashtra State Road


Development Corporation, MSRDC
4-laning of Satara - Kolhapur State Border Section from km 668 to Services: Construction Supervision
km 967 (29 km) of NH-4, Maharashtra. This project involves Completion: Aug 2004
widening the existing 2-lane road to 4-lanes under BOT Scheme.
The 29 km stretch of project road from Kasegaon to Umbraj
includes design and construction of elevated road/underpasses/
subways. The project also involves a major bridge of length
about 215 m across Koyna river and a few minor bridges.

Client: National Highways Authority of


Tumkur - Harihar section of NH-4, Karnataka India, New Delhi
Supervision Consultancy for maintenance and Rehabilitation Services : Construction Supervision
work of NH-4 from Km75 to Km282 between Tumkur and Harihar Completion: May 2002
section in the state of Karnataka. The total Length of the
undertaken project is 206 kms and comprises a few bridges
also.

Client: Public Works Department, Govt.


Alwaye Sherathalai Road on NH-47, Kerala of Kerala

Services: Construction Supervision


SL-Infra was appointed to provide consultancy services for
design, review and construction supervision for strengthening and Completion: March 1999
widening of Alwaye Sherthalai stretch on NH-47. The total
length of the undertaken project was 47 kms and involved one
major bridge and 7 minor bridges.

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FLY-OVERS, GRADE SEPARATORS & INTERCHANGES

SL-Infra has extensive experience in the design and planning of flyovers,


grade separators & interchanges and has complete in-house capabilities
involving several split levels. SL-Infra has undertaken the following
projects of grade separator/flyovers.

Multilevel grade separator at Rabale, New Bombay


Grade separator at the junction of Najafgarh Road - Jail Road
crossing, Delhi for M.C.D.
Flyover at Rajpura in Punjab
Flyover at Krishnarajapuram in Bangalore
Flyover at Samayanaglur in Tamil Nadu
Flyover at HAL in Bangalore
Flyover at Ballabgarh on Ballabgarh-Sohna Road in Faridabad
Dist., Haryana
Flyover at Nagpur on Urban link of NH-8, 1720 m long
Rail Under Bridge across Delhi-Ghaziabad Railway line
Flyover at Hosur Bus stand, NH-7, approx. 1.0 km long 6-lane
Flyover at Krishnagiri, NH-7,(Km. 90) approx. 1.0 km long 6-lane
Flyover at Krishnagiri, NH-7,(Km. 92) approx. 1.0 km long
ROB/Flyover at Salem NH-7, approx. 1.0 km long
Flyover at Chiplim, length approx. 40m viaduct long
Flyover at Debewadi, length approx. 40m viaduct long
Flyover cum ROB at Juni Indore

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Metro / Railway Projects

Metro / Railway Projects

Page 56 of 74
Metro / Railway Projects
FEASIBILITY STUDY/ DETAILED DESIGN
Bangalore Metro Client: Bangalore Metro Rail
Corporation, (BMRC)
Govt. of Karnataka is building Metro Rail System for Bangalore city
Services : Detailed Design
to meet the growing Traffic demand and ease the congestion.
Completion: 2002
BMRCL is entrusted with the job of constructing and operating the
Metro System. Detailed design consultancy services for Viaduct
for Section R2 (Magadi road to Mysore road)

Elevated Viaduct Standard section for R2 (6.9 kms) & R3


extension (4.5 kms) (All PSC Precast Segmental)

View Elevated Structure, BMRC

Bangalore Metro Elevated Stations (11 nos.)


SL-Infra was appointed by BMRCL to Review the Detailed Project Report for
Bangalore Metro Rail Transit System. The DPR was reviewed for updating
the traffic system requirements and planning to cater for development.
The worsening traffic situation in Bangalore forced the Government of Karnataka
during the year 2002 to initiate the process of setting up a MRTS on the Lines of
Delhi Metro and appointed DMRC for preparation of a DPR for proposed metro
system on two busy corridors of Bangalore.

Hosahalli Station Bangalore Metro Deepanjali Nagar Station, Bangalore Metro

Mysore Road Terminal Station, Bangalore Metro Tollgate Station, Bangalore Metro, Karnataka

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Metro / Railway Projects
DETAILED DESIGN/ PERIODIC SUPERVISION

Shahdara Station & Viaduct Design, (DMRC), Client: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,
New Delhi (DMRC)
In 1999, Delhi Metro Railway Corporation awarded SPAN Consultants a Services : Detailed Design
contract for the detailed design of Shahdara Metro Station & Viaducts, in
association with Symmonds (UK) and Typsa (Spain).

The services provided were the following:


Detailed designs of civil, structural, architectural, electrical and mechanical
components, based on conceptual designs for the station and guide-way
structures and sub-structures
Detailed designs for building works, the fitting out of stations with
architectural finishes and services including illumination, lifts, escalators,
water supply, and drainage, power supply and public telephones
Detailed designs for inter-modal transfer facilities for road and pedestrain
traffic, landscaping, traffic management and road and station interfaces for
the surrounding roads and neighborhood
Preparation of BOQs, specifications, construction cost estimate
Consultation and co-ordination with the various City and Government
authorities who interface with the DMRC project, towards obtaining
necessary approvals.

Detailed design and periodic supervision of VIADUCT, near


Shahdara Delhi DMRC.
Completion : December 2000
Project Cost : INR 400 million

Detailed Design of Shahdara Metro Station DMRC.


Civil and Structural Design, and Track Alignment
Architectural Services Completion Year : 2002
Electrical and Mechanical Services for Stations Site Area : 12,547 sqm.
Co-ordination and Utility Services Project Cost : INR 300 million
Area Traffic Management Plans

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Metro / Railway Projects
OWNERS ENGINEER

Hyderabad Metro Owners Consultant for Govt. of Client: Hyderabad Metro Rail
Andra Pradesh, INDIA Corporation, (HMRC
Services : Owners Consultant
HMRCL awarded SPAN (now SL-Infra) in association with Semaly of Project Cost : INR 96,960 million
France a contract for the Owners Consultant mandate to Hyderabad Completion: Ongoing
Metro Rail for the implementation of the Metro System as per the DMRC
Detailed Project Report (3 lines totaling 71km, on BOT basis).

3D View - Hyderabad Metro Project

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Metro / Railway Projects
PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Client: Dedicated Freight Corridor


Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFCC) Project: 54 Corporation of India Ltd
Major Bridges Services : Project Management
Consultancy
Project Management Consultancy for Design and Construction of Contractor: Soma Infrastructure
Important & Major Bridges (54 nos.) of Western Freight Corridor between Completion: Ongoing
Vaitarna and Utran (Approx. 200 kms) on Vasai-Bharuch section in the
states of Maharashtra and Gujarat

Upgrading of transportation technology, increase in productivity and


reduction in unit transportation costs have been taken as guiding
principles by Ministry of Railway (MOR), Government of India which has
planned to construct Dedicated High Axle Load Freight Corridor. It is
proposed to have computerized Train Control and would cover about
2762 route kms on two corridors - Eastern Corridor form Ludhiana to
Sonenagar and Western Corridor from Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai to
Dadri near Delhi. The DFC project entails construction of mostly double-
line railway tracks capable of handling 32.5 ton axle load, longer trains
and also double-stack containers.
DFCC Project in Progress

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Metro / Railway Projects
FEASIBILITY / DETAILED DESIGN

Bridge over Gambhir Khad on Jammu-Udhampur Client: Northern Railway, New Delhi
Length: 284m
Rail Link, Jammu & Kashmir
Services : Detailed Design
Completion: December 2002
The project involves detailed design of abutments & superstructure
of Bridge over Gambhir Khad on Jammu Udhampur Rail Link
consisting of superstructure of steel girders along with preparation of
working drawings, etc.

The site of the bridge is in village Kothar about 80 km from Jammu


near Manwal situated on Dhar-Udhampur road and is accessible by
an approach road about 4.5 Km from Manwal.

Span Arrangement of 102+102+80 m centre to centre

Gambhir Khad Railway Bridge

Panvel Creek Double Track Railway Bridge Client: Indian Railways (MTP)
Mumbai, India Length: 700m (Continuous PSC
Girder Box)
This is a 700 m long continuous PSC girder box type bridge on
Services : Preliminary & Detailed
well foundations for a double track electrified broad gauge Project Preparation
suburban route. The bridge is located on a creek subject to highly
corrosive environment.

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Underpasses/ ROBs/ Subways

Underpasses /
ROBs Subways

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Underpasses/ ROBs/ Subways
Punnurunni ROB, Alwaye-Sherthalai NH47,
Kerala Client: Public Works Department,
Govt of Kerala
4-Laning of Section from Alwaye (Km. 332/370) to Sherthalai
(Km.387/131). Length: 426.64m
Services: Design Review &
ROB at Punnurunni 1 No. Construction Supervision
Completion: May 1999

Elevated Expressway on NH-7, Bangalore


Client: National Highways Authority
of India, New Delhi
ROBs - 6 Nos. Services: Detailed Project Report
Completion: May 2005

Kota to Rajasthan/MP Border on NH-76 Client: National Highways Authority


(km. 397.00 to km. 579.00) of India, New Delhi
Services: Feasibility Study and
Detailed Project Report
ROBs - 3 Nos. Completion: Mar 2004

Simla-Kalka Section of NH-22 4/6-Laning Client: Ministry of Road Transport


and Highways, New Delhi
Services: Feasibility Study and
ROBs - 3 Nos. Detailed Project Report
Completion: Feb. 2005

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Underpasses/ ROBs/ Subways

Salem to Coimbatore section on NH-47 Client: National Highways Authority


of India, New Delhi
ROBs for railway crossing - 2 nos. Services: Feasibility Study and
Detailed Project Report
Completion: Sep. 2004

Borivavi-Anand Borsad Road, Gujarat


Client: Gujarat State Road
Development Corporation Ltd.,
Gandhi Nagar
ROB 1 No. Services: Pre-Feasibility Report
Completion: Dec. 2001

Client: National Highways Authority


NH-44, Assam of India, New Delhi
ROB 6 Nos. Services: Preliminary and Detailed
Project Report
Completion: Ongoing

Salem Bypass section of NH-7 Client: National Highways Authority


of India, New Delhi
4-Laning of Km. 199.200 to Km. 207.600 of Salem Bypass section Length: 143.26m (17.95x6+17.76x2)
of NH-7 in State of Tamil Nadu, Package NS-12: Tamil Nadu. Services: Construction Supervision
ROB 1 No. Completion: July 2000

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Bridge Retrofit

Bridge Retrofit

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Bridge Retrofit

REPAIRS & REHABILITATION AND RETROFITTING

SL-Infra has carried out inspection, in-house NDT and preparation


of repair/rehabilitation plans of about 70 bridges of an aggregate
length of over 3700 metres as under:
NH-8, First Bassein Creek Bridge, 550 m long with 310m, cont. PSC box
girder.
NH-25, Kalpi Bridge, 767m long, PSC Box T units with central hinges.
NH-2, U.P and Bihar, 63 bridges 2069m total length
NH-2, West Bengal, Singaran Bridge, 85m total length
NH-2, Bihar, Barakar Bridge, 480m total length
NH-5, Orissa, 8 bridges, 950 metres total length
NH-6, NH-23, NH-42, Orissa 8 bridges 400 metres total length.
NH-1, Punjab, 28 bridges, 1100 metres total length
NH-4, Karnataka, 8 bridges, 380 metres total length
NH-7, Tamilnadu, 10 bridges, 460 metres total length
NH-8, Haryana, 8 bridges, 450 metres total length
State Highways, in Faridabad & Gurgaon Districts, 20 bridges 410 m
length.
Bridge over North Cauvery river on SH-17 near Mysore, 224m long, 14
spans of 16m
Bridge over South Cauvery river on SH-17 near Mysore, 160m long, 8
spans of 20m
Bridge over Arkavathy river, Karnataka, 73m long RC T-beam / slab
Bridge over Kanva river, Karnataka, 84 m (4x21m) RC T-beam / slab
Bridge over Lokpavani river, Karnataka, 70m (5x14m) Arch & RC T-beam
NH-3, Dhule-Pimpalgaon, 30 bridges 1025m total length

PROOF CHECKING

We have extensive experience of independent proof check of


bridge designs. Some of the projects recently handled are:

Length Client
Yamuna Bridge near Karnal, Haryana 600 m Haryana PWD
Aluva Bridge at km 330/225 on NH-47 205 m Kerala PWD
ROB at Dera Basi, km 32.080 on NH22 322 m Punjab PWD
Bandar Canal Bridge NH-5, AP 96 m MOST/A.P. PWD
Tapi Bridge, Km. 246/4-8 NH-8, Gujarat 440 m NHAI
Bridges in IRAQ 300m Stanley

Prem bari pul underpass 24m DTTDC


Moolchand underpass 24m DTTDC

Grade Separator at Raja Ram Kohli Marg


Intersection 1200m Delhi PWD

Grade Separator at Shastri Nagar


Intersection 600m Delhi PWD

Bridges on NH-39 in Manipur (Client: MOST/Manipur PWD)


Pallel Bridge 72 m
Lokchao Bridge 72 m
Bridge over stream in km 265 72 m
Bridge over stream in km 284 72 m
Bridge over stream in km 298 72 m
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Brief Profile of the
Senior Bridge
Professionals

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Brief Profile of the Senior Bridge Professionals

Mr. S.P. Chakrabarti is Head of Bridge and Elevated Structures of SL-Infra. He is a


graduate civil engineer with over 40 years experience dedicated to planning and
development of bridge design and rehabilitation of distressed bridges in India,
including 10 years as Chief Engineer (Bridges) at the Union Ministry of Surface
Transport responsible for the vast National Highway network as well as acting as
the nodal agency for development of bridge technology in India and 16 years as
Head of Bridge Division, SL-Infra. He has been associated with all aspects of bridge
engineering in India including concrete bridge construction, large span cantilever
construction, cable stayed deck design,etc. He was responsible for design,
planning, proof checking, repair and rehabilitation of all bridges in North zone
comprising U.P., Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.He has long experience
in design of bridge foundations of different types including open wells, large Mr. S.P. Chakrabarti
diameter piling etc. His recent projects include: Cable Stayed Bridge over Yamuna
River (1510m)in Naini, Allahabad; Detailed Design of Second Bassein Creek Bridge
(550m), Thane on NH-8, bridge over River Sone (3000m) on NH-2, Uttar Pradesh,
Shahadra Viaduct for Delhi Metro Railway Corporation, Ganga Bridge (4500 m) at
Sahebganj, Jharkhand; Brahmputra Bridge (1500 m) near Guwahati, Assam.

Mr. S. Sengupta is Deputy CEO of SL-Infra. He did his B. E. (Civil) and was Gold
Medalist form Calcutta University, 1969, and M.Tech (Structures) from IIT, Kanpur.
He has over 39 years of rich experience in investigation, planning, design and
construction supervision of large number of Bridges, flyovers, ROB, RUB, Railway
bridges and elevated viaducts. He underwent bridge construction engineering
training in Switzerland, Singapore and Germany. He also got on-the-job training in
Canada & USA in the field of computerised traffic automation system. He was
instrumental in adoption of state-of-the-art innovative designs for a number of
bridge/ flyover projects in India as per latest international technologies. He was
earlier involved in complex launching system design of elevated viaducts of MRT
Singapore. He has been responsible for large number of bridge projects from
design to completion and guided teams of engineers in India, Bangladesh and Mr. S. Sengupta
Sultanate of Oman. Some of the bridges designed and monitored by him got 1st
prize by IIBE. His recent award winning Precast Segmental projects are the 9.5 km
long Elevated Expressway on Hosur Road in Bangalore and and 11.6 km long PVN
Rao Elevated Expressway in Hyderabad city.

Mr. S.L. Yadav is a graduate Civil Engineer has over 46 years of relevant
experience in the execution of bridge construction works, preparation of feasibility
reports. He successfully carried out Design and Construction Supervision of
prestigious bridges in India. Organized deployment of men, material and machinery
for successful completion of projects within stipulated time. He has been
responsbile for construction of number of important bridges to mention few bridges
and CD structures in the project Independent Monitoring and Supervision for
Development of 4/6 lane Kundli - Manesar-Palwal Expressway and Multisector
Infrastructure rehabilitation project in the State of Jammu & Kashmir.
Mr. S.L. Yadav

Mr. E. Krishna has over 33 years professional experience. He has been associated
with construction of some of the most modern bridges in the country requiring the
latest know-how and use of new technology like Norwegian Bridge Builder
Technique, etc. As Sr. Project Manager he has been responsible for design, proof
checking and construction supervision of various types of bridges and detailed
design of well/pile foundation for some of the important bridges. He is associated
with the 3000m long, high level Prestressed Concrete bridge over river
Brahmaputra at Tezpur, 800m long Teesta Barrage with 32 spillways in North
Bengal and 277m long Rihand Prestressed bridge in Uttar Pradesh and 480m long
Barakar bridge on NH-2 in Bihar, in addition to a large number of major bridges
included in the 4-laning projects handled by him
. Mr. E. Krishna

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Brief Profile of the Senior Bridge Professionals
Mr. G.P. Singh, a Graduate Civil Engineer, holds Masters degree in Structures and
has 37 years professional experience in bridge/structural engineering. His
experience includes design and construction supervision of highway bridges/
flyovers/ interchanges. Mr. Singh is well versed with the latest software used in
design of bridges like STAAD and has thorough knowledge of innovative bridge
designing works. He has handled planning, project preparation, design,
construction supervision including rehabilitation and project monitoring of major
bridge projects. His experience spectrum covers structural analysis and design of
large span RCC, PSC superstructure, substructure, open, and deep well & pile
foundations, repair and rehabilitation of highway structures, formulation of design
standards, contractual matters, etc. He is well acquainted with specification of
BSS, BIS, IRC, MORT&H, AASHTO and conditions of contract such as FIDIC.
Mr. G.P. Singh

Mr. M.V.B. Rao did his B.Tech (Civil) and M.Tech. (structural engineering) degrees
from IIT, Kharagpur and another postgraduation in Bridge Engineering from
University of Surrey, Guildford, U.K. He has about 40 years of professional
experience including in design and construction supervision of RCC Cantilever
Bridges, Masonry/Concrete Arch Bridges, Steel Truss Bridges, Steel Suspension
Bridges of various lengths. He was Head (Road & Bridges Division) at the Central
Road Research Institute (CRRI), New Delhi. He was associated with many large
bridge projects. He has done design of prestigious long bridges like Bichom Steel
Suspension Bridge, Hamilton Truss Bridges for passage of heavy consignments.
He has also prepared guidelines for construction and testing of Arch Bridges. He
published many research papers, guidelines and manuals. He has also brought out
Mr. M.V. B. Rao
several special reports for Indian Roads Congress.

Mr. G.C. Shivakumar has masters degree in Structure Engineering and has about
20 years of professional experience in design of flyovers, structures and bridges,
underpasses, grade separators & Cable Stayed Bridge. Fully conversant with
computerized analysis and design of special structures. Has completed
successfully number of bridges, subways and special structures in India and
Overseas involving computerized analysis, design, RE & RCC retaining walls, pile
foundation, construction drawings, BOQ, cost estimate, Feasibility Report, DPR and
Bid documents. Well conversant with MORTH / IRC / BS / PWD / CPWD / BIS
specifications and standards. His recent projects include: (1) Second Zuari Cable
Stayed Bridge and viaduct approaches in Goa (with 500 m span it is the longest
span Cable Stayed Bridge in India and the worlds second longest span cable
stayed bridge with concrete deck); (2) Design of 9.5 km long Bangalore Elevated Mr. G.C. Shivakumar
Expressway; (3) Project Management of PVN Rao Elevated Expressway
(length=11.63 kms) Corridor at Hyderabad; (4) Proof Checking and Project
Management of Lunger Houz Junction Flyover in Hyderabad; (5) Detailed Design of
11 km long Viaduct for Bangalore Metro.

Mr. Mansoor Alam a Graduate Civil Engineer, is having 19 years Professional


experience out of which he has worked as Bridge Design Engineer for over 15
years. He is well versed with the latest software used in design of bridges like
STADD and has thorough knowledge of innovative bridge designing works. He has
handled planning, project preparation, design, construction supervision including
rehabilitation and project monitoring of major bridge projects. His experience
spectrum covers geotechnical investigations, collection, analysis and assimilation of
hydraulic data, structural analysis and design of large span RCC, PSC
superstructure, substructure, open, and deep well & pile foundations, repair and
rehabilitation of highway structures, formulation of design standards, contractual
matters, etc. He has been involved in designing the 630 m long Major Bridge
Across river Cauvery 881 m Long Bridge Across river Collidam and Kosi Bridge of Mr. Mansoor Alam
1270 m length. Working as principal consultant for SL-Infra. He is undertaking
bridge works for Eastern Peripheral Expressway and Western Peripheral
Expressway.

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Brief Profile of the Senior Bridge Professionals

Mr. V. P. Singh is a Graduate Engineer with over 12 years professional experience


in planning, structural design of major bridges, flyovers, rail over bridges, grade
separators, underpasses, footbridges, Industrial and commercial buildings etc. He
has working experience on software like STAAD-Pro, STRAP, RM2000, ADAPT,
WINDOWS and MS OFFICE. He has been responsible for the assessment,
detailed investigation and assesment for selection of the alignment of major
bridges, flyovers and approval from authorities viz., MORTH, NHAI, PWD, RITES,
IRCON , Railways, MPRRDA, MMRDA and JDA etc. He is presently involve in
detailed design of major bridges,ROBs, flyovers, elevated corridors in Panipat-
Jalandhar section of NH1 for Concessionnaire ISOLUX-SOMA JV, Delhi-Meerut
Expressway for NHAI, and Viaducts of Jalukbari junction in Guwahati, Assam for
NHAI , flyovers & underpass at transport chowraha, Jaipur for Jaipur Development
Athourity(JDA), Bridges in Srinagar,in the state of J&K for Economic
Reconsrtuction Agency etc. Mr. V.P. Singh

Mr. S. M. Jampani did M.E. (Structural Engineering) with Gold Medal. He has 12
years of experience. He has good experience in computerized analysis/design of
various types of structures using latest softwares. He has expertise in design of
various types of steel and RCC structures including bridges, flyovers and retaining
walls. His recent projects include: (1) 11 km long Elevated Viaduct for Bangalore
Metro, It is a segmental construction with overhead launching girders; (2) Bijapur
Hospet section of NH-13 in Karnataka with 13 Major Bridges including one Major
Bridge across Krishna river of 880m long PSC box girder supported on well
foundation and one Major Bridge across Malaprabha river of 468m long, Precast
PSC girder supported on pile foundation; and (3) Proof checking of contractors
designand Project Management of Lunger Houz Junction precast PSC girders 4-
lane Flyover in Hyderabad with length of 453.25 m and 15m width. Mr. S. M. Jampani

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Office / Management
Photographs

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Office Photographs
Mr. Pierre Duhaime, CEO &
President, SNC-Lavalin
Group of Canada and his
Management Board visited
Spans NOIDA office on 01
September 2009.

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Office Photographs

Spans NOIDA Office

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Management of Span Consultants

Mr. S. P. Chakrabarti,
Head, Bridge & Elevated Structures
Division, Span Consultants

Mr. Pierre Duhaime, Mr. Jim Burke,


CEO & President, SNC-Lavalin Group, Executive Vice President & Head,
Canada Transportation Business SNC-Lavalin
Group, Canada

Dr. H. A. Kazmi, Mr. S. Sengupta,


CEO, Span Consultants, Inda Deputy CEO, Span Consultants, Inda

CEO and Head of Divisions of Span Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Inda

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SPAN CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD.
(Member of the SNC-Lavalin Group)
MINDMILL Corporate Tower
4th & 5th Floors, Plot No.24A
Sector 16A, Film City
NOIDA (U.P.) 201301
Tel: + 91 120 468 7400
Fax: + 91 120 468 7444

info@spanconsult.com
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