A LEGACY OF TRANSFORMATION
NCC has ventured into diverse sectors of construction and infrastructural development. Spanning across the nation, our construction activities are covered under buildings, transportation, water & environment, electrical (T&D), irrigation, mining and railways sectors. All the projects bear the indelible stamp of high quality. In the last 4 decades, we have registered remarkable growth, both in terms of number and variety of projects. We have progressed from strength to strength in building expertise within the organisation to handle complex and challenging projects. The veritable list of projects assigned to and completed by us, is testimony of our capability and commitment.
Buildings & housing are key measures of the growth and development of a nation, reflecting the living standards of its citizens. NCC has been a major player in this area, having contributed to construction, including industrial buildings, commercial buildings, housing projects, IT parks, shopping malls, sports complexes, hospitals and stadiums.
Water has become a source of concern across the globe with the rapid degradation of the environment and unbridled exploitation of natural water resources. Management of water and waste water has assumed enormous significance and NCC plays a crucial role in this field. NCC has augmented its expertise to be able to execute various water supply, drainage systems and sewage treatment plants through specialised systems for high-value projects.
A strong transportation network shortens the mile, paving the way for better connectivity. Roads form the heart-line of transportation, establishing accessibility to the remotest part of the country, helping maximise economic and social benefits. NCC has proved to be a reliable executor of large-scale contracts within tight schedules. Working hand-in-hand with the government, NCC is working to transform the roads & highways network in the country.
The development of the nation is kept on track by the smooth movement of people and goods. NCC has undertaken to keep the wheels of growth in constant motion by engaging in projects involving dedicated freight corridors, zonal railway projects and private railway sidings.
The lifeline of farmers and the basic necessity to feed the vast population, irrigation infrastructure includes a network of major, medium and minor canals from Indian rivers, groundwater, well-based systems, tanks, and other rainwater harvesting projects for agricultural activities.
Spurred by the government of India's firm plans for private sector participation in the mining sector, NCC is digging into this business through Mine Developer-cum- Operator (MD0), removal of overburden and extraction and transportation of coal from Open Cast Mines in India.
The growing need for electrification across the nation has resulted in the impetus given by the government to speedily impart accessibility to power. NCC’s Electrical Division is equipped to handle extensive and demanding electrical construction projects. The vast repertoire of expertise in design, engineering, erection, testing and commissioning of EHV/ HV sub-stations & transmission lines, high voltage distribution systems, feeder separation schemes, have helped NCC plug in its strengths to various projects.
NCC Limited has made a mark in the country as one of the largest listed companies in terms of revenue with proven expertise in buildings, transportation, water and environment, irrigation, electrical(T&D), mining and railways sectors. NCC Limited has expanded its footprint to have a pan India presence with offices across nine cities – Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, and Patna with headquarters located at Hyderabad.
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Thanks to our dedicated leadership team and skilled workforce, NCC has continuously succeeded in meeting its objectives in terms of quality and timely delivery. NCC's four decades of endeavour and commitment has seen it foray into new divisions and crossed the billion dollar mark in turnover and 4 billion dollar mark in the Order Book.