The US$205 million construction contract has been awarded for a 3.2km bridge across the River Krishna in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
The Indian government has approved construction of a six-lane bridge across the River Ganges in Uttar Pradesh.
Mumbai Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority has opened the tender process for the inspection of a series of bridges.
Indian authorities have begun investigations into yesterday's fatal collapse of a flyover being built in Varanasi.
A Italian-Indian joint venture has won a contract worth US$928 million to build the Versova-Bandra Sea Link in Mumbai, India.
The management services and design review contract has been awarded for a US$2.26bn elevated rail corridor in Mumbai.
West Bengal Highway Development Corporation has awarded a construction contract that includes an extradosed bridge over the River Hooghly.
Construction of India’s huge Mumbai Trans Harbour Link – a highway sea crossing more than 21km long between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai - is expected to start this month after contracts for detailed design of the main packages were signed.
The National Highways Authority of India has awarded a US$160 million contract for construction of an 8.7km-long elevated expressway.
Contractors have been appointed to build viaducts and dozens of stations for two elevated metro lines in Mumbai, India.
Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation has awarded the project management contract for the US$1 billion Versova-Bandra Sea Link in Mumbai.
Three construction contracts have been awarded for the 21.8km Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) in India.
Egis is to design the viaducts for a new rail corridor linking Delhi and Meerut in India.
The contract for a 7.1km-long viaduct has been awarded to Nagarjuna Construction Company.
Construction of a new landmark bridge in the Indian state of Bihar has just begun, report Morgan Trowland, David Jeakle and Raj Singh
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has appointed an independent design reviewer for a 735m-long extradosed bridge that it is building in Hyderabad, India.
The Indian government has published an update on what it says will soon be the tallest rail bridge in the world.
All 608 concrete box-girder segments have now been erected for India’s longest extradosed bridge.
An Indian-German team that includes Schlaich Bergermann Partner (SBP) has won an international competition that includes the design of a pedestrian and cycle bridge over the Mithi River in Mumbai, India.
Indian authorities have given the go-ahead for a 92km railway that includes about 60km of elevated line and 30km of tunnel.
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