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GMR Infrastructure

  • Present in infrastructure segments like power, energy, transportation, airports, urban infrastructure
  • Six airports, 14 power projects, two coal mines, six transportation projects and one urban infrastructure ongoing projects
  • Total consolidated income stood at Rs 8,284.72 crore (US$ 1.18 billion) in FY19 and Rs 6,667.82 crore (US$ 954.04 million) in 9MFY20

GMR Group is one of the fastest growing infrastructure enterprises in India with a rich and diverse experience spanning three decades. It has been developing projects in high growth areas such as Airports, Energy, Transportation and Urban Infrastructure. GMR is uniquely placed to build state of the art projects in sectors that are of critical importance in the process of development. Using the Public Private Partnership model, the Group has successfully leveraged its core strengths to implement several iconic infrastructure projects in India. GMR is present across the country in sectors like Airports, Highways, Energy, Power Transmission and Urban Infrastructure.

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GMR Infrastructure – Creating tomorrow today


GMR Airports’s international partner, Groupe ADP of France, raised US$ 2.47 billion in bonds in two-parts
GMR Airports Limited (GAL) bagged the development and operations of the greenfield international airport proposed at Bhogapuram in Vizianagaram district from the state government

2018 GMR lead Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) attained 28th position globally in terms of cargo volume handled with one million metric tonnes in one year.
GMR infra signed a pact with Andhra Pradesh Gas Development Corporation (APGDC) for supply of piped natural gas.
2012 GHIAL has been awarded the prestigious “National Tourism Award 2010-’11” under the ‘Best Airport’ category.
2011 It successfully commissioned its first 25 MW Solar Project in the State of Gujarat. This is one of the biggest Solar Projects in India.
2010 GMR Energy Limited (GEL) wins the bid for Rajasthan RajyaVidutPrasaran Nigam Ltd (RRVPNL) Power Transmission Project
2008 GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHAIL) gets Minimum obstacles Clearance Altitude (MoCa) clearance to commence commercial operations at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad.
2006 Signed Operations, Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) for Delhi International Airport
2003 GMR Consortium selected as developer of Hyderabad International Airport
2000 Name was changed to GMR Infrastructure Limited.
1996 GIL incorporated as Varalakshmi Vasavi Power Projects Limited, a public limited company


Updated: May, 2019

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