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  • Constructed almost 10 per cent of India's highway development programme
  • Constructed Mumbai–Pune Expressway which is India's first concrete pavement access-controlled expressway
  • Constructed more than 324 road and rail bridges
  • Built Bandra–Worli Sea Link which is India's longest open-sea, cable-stayed bridge
  • Constructed India's first and second metro systems in Kolkata and Delhi respectively
  • Built India's longest rail tunnel – Pir Panjal, Jammu and Kashmir

Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) Ltd is a business group of global scale developing and infrastructure. Its businesses span the sectors of engineering & construction, real estate, infrastructure, and urban development & management. Founded by Mr Walchand Hirachand in the 1926, the HCC group of companies comprises HCC Ltd (engineering and construction), and its subsidiaries HCC Infrastructure Ltd, Lavasa Corporation Ltd, HCC Real Estate Ltd, Highbar Technologies and Steiner AG.

HCC Infrastructure Co Ltd is a leading developer serving India's infrastructure needs in the areas of transportation, energy and urban infrastructure. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of HCC. HCC is evaluating developments, including roads, airports and mass transit systems. Over the last eight decades, it has executed a large number of India's landmark infrastructure projects. The company has constructed more than 25 per cent of India's hydropower and over 50 per cent of India's nuclear power generation capacity along with 3,000 km of roads and expressways and over 170 km of complex tunneling. This is in addition to hundreds of bridges, dams and barrages. Presently, the company’s asset portfolio is valued at Rs 5,500 crore (US$ 914.04 million*).



2014 Receives CIDC Vishwakarma Award for best construction projects under the railways category for the Pir Panjal Tunnel Project
2012 Receives Dun & Bradstreet – Axis Bank Infra Award for Best Project under category 'Power Plants' for the Chutak Hydel power project
2010 Joins hands with Vinci Construction Grands Projects (VCGP) to jointly work on power and infrastructure projects
2008 Receives Golden Peacock Innovation Award for the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project and National Award for Most Outstanding Bridge by IIBE for the Bandra Worli Sea Link Project
2006 Receives Golden Peacock National Quality Award and International Star Award for Quality by BID, Spain
2004 Receives Best Structure Award by Indian Concrete Institute, Allahabad Centre for the Naini (Cable Stay) Bridge across River Yamuna at Allahabad
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