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Isolux Corsan to work on Delhi Metro Rail systems

Staff writer ▼ | April 14, 2016
Spainsh company Isolux Corsan has been awarded by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation a project to design, install and start up the environmental control and ventilation systems in six different metro stations.
Isolux Corsan
Transport   A joint venture with Sterling and Wilson in India
Isolux Corsan will develop the project in a joint venture with Sterling and Wilson, India’s leading MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing) services company.

With this award Isolux Corsan has consolidated as a contractor of Delhi Metro, by diversifying its activity and services for this client. The company is also developing electrification projects and the construction of the two traction substations that are part of the extension of line 5 and 3 city subway.

The contract, with a budget of 4 million euros, includes the implementation of the necessary cutting edge ventilation technology in a total of six train stations: Janakpuri West, Dabri Mor, Dashrathpuri, Palam, IGD Airport and Najafgarh. The project is funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

Isolux Corsan has a large presence in India, which has several contracts for the construction of various projects. Among them, the expansion and improvement of 400 km of roads in the States of Assam, Rajasthan, Odisha and Karnataka with a total budget of 350 million euros.

The company is executing for Vikash Nigam Ltd, the public company responsible for railway management in India, performing three major rail projects: the construction of 563 km of electrification lines, five traction substations and systems for railway operation associated in the states of Rajasthan and Karnataka – Telengana.

In the business of T&D, the company is running 3,000 kilometers of high voltage power transmission lines and the 33 substations in the states of Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.