|Execution of major
hydro electric projects nationally
TICIL has successfully executed civil works
for hydro electric projects of up to 2,400 MW
capacity; with significant experience in
associated structures like: underground caverns,
tunnels, shafts, adits and intake structures.
Construction of buildings and
high rise structures
TICIL constructed the following high rise RCC
framed structures as per the specifications of THDC:
- RCC 7 storied Station Control Building;
- Transformer Hall;
- Machine Hall; and
- Compressor House.
Construction of roads
TICIL completed its first road, a length of 23 km,
in the hilly terrain of Tehri, as per the
specifications of the Tehri Hydro Development
Corporation Limited ("THDC") and to the
satisfaction of the Project Authorities.
In May 2008, TICIL entered into a Joint Venture
("JV) with Era Infrastructure PVt. Ltd. to
construct turnkey highways for the National
Highways Authority of India ("NHAI"). The JV
company, West Haryana Highway Projects Pvt. Ltd,
was formed to undertake the design, engineering,
finance, construction, operation and maintenance
of the Delhi Haryana border to Rohtak on a
Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis.
Project work is in progress and is expected to meet its scheduled commercial operation date fixed for Oct 2012.
Construction of underground
rock caverns for storage of imported crude oil
SKE&C-KCT JV has undertaken the construction
of underground rock caverns for the storage of 1.5
MMT of imported crude oil, at Mangalore.
The Ministry of Petroleum & Gas, the
Government of India, set up a special purpose
vehicle, the Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves
Limited ("ISPRL"), to implement,
maintain and operate the strategic storage of
crude oil. This storage is to provide the
necessary energy security to the country, 5MMT of
crude oil or the equivalent of 20 days of cover,
during emergencies/ disruption of supplies.
The initiative comprised of three Projects at
Mangalore, Padur and Visakhapatnam for the storage
of 5MMT of crude oil which is expected to be
completed by 2012.
TICIL undertook engineer investigation works at
Koteshwar Dam Site which was awarded by 'HYDROPROJECT'
Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation.
The work involved:
- the boring of exploration drift; a cross
sectional area 6-9 sqm along a total length of
- pit excavation of surface 5-15m deep;
- diamond drilling with recovery of core at
surface as well as underground in vertical,
inclined and horizontal planes; and
- permeability and other laboratory tests for
soil, rock and concrete.
The Investigation Report was submitted in March
Landscaping and plot
TICIL is qualified to undertake landscaping and
plot development given its work for the New Tehri
Township development which included land
excavation and filling, periphery road
construction and landscaping, as per the
specifications of THDC and to the satisfaction of
the Project Authorities.
Canal Project for Irrigation
To meet the growing demands for irrigation project TICIL has recently been awarded canal project in Gujarat for construction of Limbdi branch canal and distributaries works.
Thermal power projects
TICIL is qualified to undertake large size super
thermal power projects given its expertise in
constructing high rise R.C.C. framed structures.
Water and waste water
The Division is targeting water and waste water
treatment projects consequent to its expertise in
execution of hydel power projects.