Project description –
The Delhi–Mumbai Expressway is a 1,350 km long, 8-lane wide (expandable to 12-lane) under-construction access-controlled expressway connecting India’s national capital New Delhi with its financial capital Mumbai. The under-construction Vadodara–Mumbai Expressway has been subsumed in this project. Foundation stone of the project was laid by union minister Nitin Gadkari in presence of Sushma Swaraj & Arun Jaitley on 8 March 2019. The total project value including the land acquisition cost is around ₹1,00,000 crores. An additional 30 km long spur will also be constructed by the NHAI from Noida International Airport in Jewar to Ballabgarh on this expressway. Upon completion in March 2023, it will become India’s longest and busiest expressway.
DECG Scope –
DECG International supplied a large number of bearings and expansion joints for the main bridge and its approach structures.
Key Data –
POT bearings and Strip Seal Expansion Joints