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The Parama Island - Park Circus elevated corridor project
The Parama Island – Park Circus elevated corridor project is a Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) initiative to decongest the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass (EM Bypass) for the other inbound roads to the heart of the city. Approximately over 1 Lakh Vehicles use this flyover every day. It reduces the travel time form Park Circus to Panama Island to 10 minutes from a minimum of 40 minutes earlier.
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The Parama Island

Sainj Hydroelectric Power Project
Sainj HEP (100MW) is built on Sainj River, a major tributary of Beas that originates from west of Rakti Dhar at an elevation of 5500 meters in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. HCC was awarded the EPC contract to construct the Sainj Hydroelectric Power Project by the Himachal Pradesh Power Corporation (HPPCL). The project is expected to generate 399.57 GWh in a 90% dependable year and 436.90 GWh in a 50% mean year pattern of flow.
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Sainj Hydroelectric Power Project

Teesta IV Low Dam
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) was introduced in 1980 in Japan. Since then, over 500 RCC dams have been constructed world over. India too has slowly started embracing this technology of dam construction. The Teesta IV Low Dam being built by HCC for the NHPC is the third of its kind in India. The 160 MW Teesta IV Low Dam Project is built in the Brahmaputra basin on the Teesta River, around 25 Km from Siliguri in West Bengal. The HCC team finished the 196 meter RCC dam in a record time of 196 days.
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Teesta IV Low Dam

Kashang Hydroelectric Power Project
The Integrated Kashang Hydroelectric Project is built on Kashang and Kerang streams. They are two right bank tributaries of Satluj River located in Kinnaur District in the north east corner of Himachal Pradesh. The project has a total installed capacity of 243 MW: 195 MW in the Kashang powerhouse and 48 MW in the Kerang right bank powerhouse. HCC was awarded the contract to build sections of stage I, II and III totaling to 195 MW.
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Kashang Hydroelectric Power Project


Tunnels
Tunnels have played a vital role in the evolution and sustenance of man-kind through the ages. History has seen the evolution of tunnelling starting with cave formation, for water management, under ground transportation, mineral extraction and for warfare purposes. HCC has served the nation and its neighboring countries by building over 290 km of tunnels for civil engineering applications across challenging and uncertain geologies, extreme climatic conditions and with some of the best state-of-the-art technologies and state-of-the-art practices.
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Tunnels

DMRC CC30
Delhi Metro, the second metro system constructed in India after Kolkata Metro, is a modern public transport system. It consists of a network of 190 kilometers, servicing 141 stations of which 35 stations are underground, 5 are on ground and remaining are elevated. HCC is involved in five packages of the underground section of the Delhi Metro. The CC30 package of DMRC is part of the 59km long Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar Metro Corridor (Pink Line) of Phase III.
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DMRC CC30

Polavaram Project Right Main Canal Package-III
Polavaram Project is a multi-purpose irrigation project and a part of the National River-Linking Project, undertaken by the Indian Ministry of Water Resources, to overcome the deficit in water in the country. Under this plan, around 30 river-links aggregating a total length of 14,900 km will be built to divert the surplus river water to the water deficit areas. The construction of 30.712 km long Package-3 of the right main canal was awarded to HCC as an EPC turnkey contract.
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Polavaram Project Right Main Canal Package-III

Dagachhu Hydroelectric Project
The 126MW (2x63MW) Dagachhu Hydroelectric Project, located in the south-western part of Bhutan under Dagana Dzongkhag, is a run-of-the-river scheme being developed on the left bank of the river Dagachhu. The main civil works of the Dagachhu Hydroelectric Power Project was awarded to HCC on an EPC basis (engineering, procurement and construction).
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Dagachhu Hydroelectric Project


The Padur Cavern
Underground storage of hydrocarbons in large quantities is technologically proven, more secure, safe and economical, generates less evaporation losses and is more environment friendly than above-ground storage. The Padur Cavern near Mangalore having a capacity of 2.5 MMT is a strategic oil reserve for the nation.
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The Padur Cavern

The Maroshi - Ruparel underground pipeline
The Maroshi-Ruparel underground pipeline will replace the existing Vaitarana Tansa (East) and Tansa (West) main surface pipelines which are almost a century old or more. This new tunnel offers many advantages over the existing surface pipelines. HCC was awarded this Contract by BMC for constructing this 12.24 km long underground water tunnel with a diameter of 3.60m from Marol Maroshi in Andheri East to Ruparel College in Mahim.
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The Maroshi - Ruparel

Uri - II Hydel Power Project
The 240 MW Uri-II Hydel Power Project is a run-of-the river scheme being executed by HCC for the National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) on the Jhelum River in the Uri area of Baramullah District, in Northern Kashmir. Designed to lend further stability to the Northern Grid, the project will supply power to Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan and Chandigarh.
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Uri – II Hydel Power Project

Mughal Road Project
Mughal Road Project is located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir and falls in the Pir-Panjal ranges joining Poonch and Shopian districts. The length of the proposed road is 83.90 kms. Mugal road reduces the distance from Poonch to Srinagar from 541 kms to 174 kms only i.e. a reduction of 367 kms translating into lessening of 25 hours of travel time.
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Mughal Road Project

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