Supreme wins new BOT road project
Supreme Infrastructure India has completed EPC for its first marine project, Kasheli Bridge and commenced tolling operations. The company added orders worth Rs212.30 crore along with a bridge project for Rs124 crore where it is declared L1.
Vikas Sharma, whole-time director, Supreme Infrastructure, said “We are proud to report completion of our first Marine project Kasheli bridge at Thane. This project has added significant capabilities to our engineering team, which can now undertake complex and larger marine projects. Also, our efforts of expanding our reach in the northern territory is starting to show positive signs. We have also won orders from our existing customers and it is a mark of the good quality work we continue to deliver for our clients and a testimony to our work ethos.”
It has also added a road BOT project in Maharashtra. Further, the company is in advance dialogue with the strategic investors to explore possible investments in its BOT portfolio. The EPC work in the Marine Segment involves building a six lane flyover on old Thane-Nashik highway for a length of 1.2 Km on the Thane Creek for Rs301 core.
This project was awarded to Supreme in 2009 by the Sangam group and has been completed in 36 months. The project involved complex engineering skills to cast pilling with depths ranging from 15–25 meters. This project is an engineering marvel and a reflection of our in house capabilities.
Supreme holds 10 per cent equity stake in the Kasheli Bridge SPV through Kalyan Sangam Infratech. This SPV was involved in the construction of the Kasheli Bridge on a BOT basis. The construction of Kasheli Bridge is completed and tolling operations have commenced.
Construction of Villas and premium apartments have been awarded by BPTP Group, Gurgaon. This is a state-of-the-art project being developed in Gurgaon. Order size is Rs71 crore and is expected to be executed by March 2014.
The group also has project awarded by Ramprastha Group for construction and development of Multi storied tower ‘SKYZ’, at Gurgaon. The scope of work order involves construction of nine towers of 19 stories each. Order size is Rs141.30 crore, which is expected to be competed by March 2014.
The company has been declared L1 by MMRDA for the design and construction of flyovers at Rajnoli Junction and at Mankoli Junction on NH-3 at Thane Nashik road. Order size is Rs124 crore.