Isolux Corsan, a global benchmark in the areas of concessions, energy, construction and industrial services, recently completed its first installation project in India. The project worth Rs.71.87 crore was awarded by Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation in August 2011 and included contract for design, supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 110kV/25 kV AC single phase 50 Hz, 30 MVA, traction substation and feeding post at Chinchpokli and Sion, and five switching posts on thane – CSTM section of Mumbai Division of Central Railway at Mumbai.
Isolux Corsan has already received part completion certificate from MRVC for successful completion of six stations — Chinchpokli, Parel, Matunga, Sion, Vidya Vihar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. The remaining one station is in the final stages of completion. The project is slated for full completion by June 2015.
Isolux Corsan is also working for three more such projects for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Since its inception in India in 2008, the group has been making significant inroads into the country’s infrastructure space with both EPC and BOT projects in the highways, T&D and installations sectors. It is presently executing 21 projects in 11 states in India.
Isolux Corsan has a track record spanning over 80 years of professional activity. It operates in more than 40 countries on four continents and has an EPC backlog of €7.1 billion. At present, 87 per cent of the backlog covers contracts from outside Spain.