Building with a purpose

We have contributed our cement, concrete and aggregates into building a selection of major
infrastructure development projects as well as iconic architecture projects.

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Mumbai Metro

54,201 MT*Quantity of PSC used

~20,813 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


We are proud to contribute to the Govt. of Maharashtra’s endeavours of building better public transport infrastructure for the citizens of Mumbai. Our Steel and Cement adds strength to the vision of transforming lives towards a greener future.

We extend our sincere thanks to the MMRDA for trusting the world class products from the house of JSW for Metro Line 2A (Dahisar to DN Nagar) & Metro Line 7 (Dahisar E to Andheri E).

Bengaluru International Airport

50,000 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~39,510 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


This is one of our most iconic projects, with which we put advanced construction technology to use in ensuring superior experience for air passengers. We have used 40% GGBS for the runway (approved by BIAL), which reduces carbon footprint and acts as an example of sustainable construction in aviation.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway

2,00,000 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~1,58,040 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The completion of the project has enhanced overall connectivity and boosted the tourism and economy between these two locations. It has helped bring down the travel time between Bengaluru and Mysore by 90 minutes.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Mumbai Transharbour Sea Link

1,47,515 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~36,880 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The Mumbai Transharbour Link, also known as the Sewri Nhava Sheva Transharbour Link, is an under-construction 21.8 kilometres (13.5 mi), freeway grade road bridge connecting Mumbai with Navi Mumbai, its satellite city. When completed, it would be the longest sea bridge in India. The bridge will begin in Sewri, South Mumbai and cross Thane Creek north of Elephanta Island, terminating at Chirle village, near Nhava Sheva.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Mumbai Coastal Road

17,268 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~4,900 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The Coastal Road is an under construction 8-lane, 22.2-km long freeway that would run along Mumbai's western coastline connecting Marine Lines in the south to Kandivali in the north. The Coastal Road is projected to be used by 130,000 vehicles daily and is expected to reduce travel time between South Mumbai and the Western Suburbs from 2 hours to 40 minutes.

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*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Mumbai Underground Metro Rail - UG Line 3

2,66,493 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~70,000 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The project is being implemented by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL). The line starts at Cuffe Parade, will run through Nariman point, Churchgate, CSMT, Girgaon, Worli, Dadar, Mahim, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Santacruz (East) and past the domestic and international terminals of Mumbai Airport, through Andheri MIDC and terminates at SEEPZ. The 33.5 km, Rs. 23,136 crore project involves five major entities - MMRCL (Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited), Padeco, MMRDA, CREC (China).

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Pune-Maharashtra Metro Rail

45,520 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~7,000 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The project comprises 3 lines with a total length of 54.58 km. The 16.59 km line 1 PCMC Bhavan – Swargate will be elevated between PCMC Bhavan to Range Hills, from where it will run underground. Line 2 will run from Vanaz to Ramwadi covering a distance of 14.66 km on an elevated viaduct. Lines 1 and 2 have been operational since 2021. The 23.33 km elevated line 3 will run from the Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park in Hinjawadi via Balewadi to Civil Court. All three lines will align at the Civil Court interchange station.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Zuari Cable-Stayed Bridge, Goa

82,899.36 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~15,500 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The Zuari Bridge runs between North Goa and South Goa, India. It carries the NH 66 over the tidal part of the Zuari River, between the villages of Agaçaim and Cortalim. It is a few metres downstream of the Konkan Railway Bridge. The bridge is 4,019 feet long.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Tumkur Yettinahole Aqueduct Project

12,000 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~7,375.2 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


The purpose of the project is to enhance drinking water supplies but diverted flows will also be used for irrigation and industrial activities. Usage of up to 25% GGBS for the U- shaped trough and 50% piles and pile cap makes the structure eco-friendly.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Karwar Seabird Port

20,000 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~15,804 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


This project is one of the largest naval bases in Asia, which will support India in defence systems.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra
Foundation Raft, Ayodhya

1,310 MT*Quantity of GGBS used

~200 MTof CO2 emissions reduced


Ram Mandir is a Hindu temple that is being built in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India, at the site of Ram Janmabhoomi, the hypothesised birthplace of Rama. The temple construction is being supervised by the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra. The ground-breaking ceremony was performed on 5th August 2020 by India’s prime minister Narendra Modi. The temple premises will include temples dedicated to deities Surya, Ganesha, Shiva, Durga, Vishnu and Brahma. The project is designed for a life of infinity and hence durablity has been our primary focus in construction.

*Quantities supplied till December 2021