Bridges and Flyovers

Bridges and Flyovers

Flyover at Bandra, Mumbai on  Western Express highway

One of the viaducts constructed for Konkan  Railway at Ratnagiri. Several bridges aqueducts, flyovers and viaducts have been completed so far for carrying railways. These bridges have been built on a variety of foundations such as open foundation, well foundation, bored or precast pile foundation, slip-formed or jump-formed sub-structures and precast launched or precast erected griders, with in situ RCC or prestressed decks, or cable-stayed decks for superstructure.

A cable-stayed bridge with a 200 metre main span and two end spans of 75 metres each, constructed at Khadki near Pune is the first of its kind in Western India.

High level bridge at Kalwa creek, Mumbai which withstands a 4-metre tidal variation.