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Ashoka Buildcon

  • Over 39 years of experience in EPC business
  • Spread across India - 6,438 lane kms
  • 23 Power transmission & distribution works
  • Gross toll collection of Rs 647 crore in FY-13
  • Net worth is Rs 1,051 crore in FY-13

Ashoka Buildcon builds and operates roads and bridges in India on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis. The company is operates the highest number of toll-based BOT projects in India.

In addition, to BOT projects, Ashoka Buildcon also engineer and design, procure the raw materials and equipment for and construct roads, bridges, distribution transformers, electricity substations, commercial buildings, industrial buildings and institutional buildings for third parties as well as perform maintenance for third parties, secondly manufacture and sell ready-mix concrete (“RMC”), bitumen and pre-cast concrete poles and collect tolls on roads and bridges owned and constructed by third parties.

The company's business includes four divisions- BOT divisions, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) division, RMC and bitumen division and the toll collection contract division.

Ashoka Builcon has a head office in Nashik, Maharashtra and operates across the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Karnataka and Orissa. As on March 31, 2010, the company's work force consists of 2,412 full-time employees, including 1,153 technical staff.

Source: http://www.ashokabuildcon.com

Ashoka Buildcon: Building Roads & Bridges

2013 Receives "Infrastructure Company of The Year - 2013" honour during the Construction Week Awards.
2010 Bags CIDC Vishwakarma Award 2010 in the category of ‘Best Professionally Managed Company’ with an annual turnover more than Rs. 5,000 million.
2005 Receives ISO 14001:2004 for their environmental management system
2001 Receives an ISO 9001:2000 for Certificate for Quality Assurance
1997 Gets first BOT project, the Dhule bypass in Maharashtra, and completed the construction of the road the same year.

Updated: June, 2014

Roads
The length of National Highways is expected to grow from 92,850 kms in 2013-14 to 100,000 kms by end of 2017.
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