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Gammon India Ltd

  • Have built the longest fly-over bridge in Mumbai.
  • Constructed the first elevated road over road in Maharashtra.
  • Constructed India’s first cable stayed bridge at Akkar, Sikkim
  • The longest railway tunnel in Asia for Konkan Railway at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
  • Gammon India was the recipient of a performance bonus based on its delivery of the extradosed flyover ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games at Delhi for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).

Gammon India Ltd is the largest civil engineering construction company in India. Headquartered in Mumbai, it was founded in 1922 by John C. Gammon Gammon India is amongst the largest physical infrastructure construction companies in India. Its track record spans significant landmark projects built over several decades, with a prominent presence across all sectors of civil engineering, design and construction. It has a track record of building landmark structures, some of which have become iconic.  

Gammon’s association with the construction of nuclear power projects dates back to 1959 when it completed the Pre-Stresses Concrete (PSC) Ball Tank of India’s first Atomic Reactor Plant in Trombay. Gammon’s projects cover businesses and projects involving highways, public utilities, environmental engineering and marine structures.


 Gammon India Ltd: Is the largest civil engineering construction company in India

2015 Shares of Gammon India increased 20 percent intra-day on Thursday after it announced bagging two projects in environment & transportation sector worth around Rs 840 crore (US$ 113.61 million).
2012 Transrail lighting completes the largest signage gantry in India.
2011 Gammon bagged Chennai metro rail contracts.
1919 The first precast reinforced concrete piling job in India - Construction of the foundations of the Gateway of India, Mumbai.


The Government of India has allocated Rs. 111 lakh crore (US$ 13.14 billion) under the National Infrastructure Pipeline for FY 2019-25. The Roads sector is expected to account for 18% capital expenditure over FY 2019-25