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Enabling Faster Travel

The Pimpalgaon-Nasik-Gonde road project will serve Nashik with a 6 kms long elevated corridor, 7 flyovers, 2 major bridges, 6 vehicular under passes, 6 pedestrian under passes and a subway. The project will form a part of the Mumbai-Agra National Highway-3 route. The project is being powered by UltraTech Concrete. The 7 flyovers will ensure smooth flow of traffic towards Mumbai as well as Agra. The flyover at Pathardi will be India's longest integrated flyover.


The elevated corridor starting from Indiranagar jogging track will run for 6 kms till K. K. Wagh Institute of Technology. This will have an up and down ramp at Dwaraka and Aurangabad Naka Junction. Once the construction of the elevated corridor is complete, Nashik will get India's first externally strutted segmental box girder. The many firsts in this project will further cement UltraTech's reputation as 'The Engineer's Choice' for India's best infrastructural projects.


Other Projects

Bengaluru Metro Rail

The Bengaluru Metro rail project is the city's ultimate landmark infrastructure project. The project will stretch across 42.3 kms. To achieve efficiency in implementation, the project has been divided into four elevated stretches, each known as a Reach. UltraTech has contributed immensely to the venture.                                                                   


Coastal Gujarat power

The Coastal Gujarat Power Project is a mega power project that will have five units of 800 MW each, generating a total of 4000 MW. The input will consist of 40,000 MT/day of imported coal which will then be processed using supercritical technology.


Elevated Express Highway

The Yeshwantpur-Nelamangala Expressway is an infrastructural masterpiece that is often used to showcase the region's infrastructure growth. UltraTech is not only the sole supplier of the project but also a partner in fuelling progress in the region.