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Title: SMS INFRASTRUCTURE LTD (Previously known as ShaktiKumar M. Sancheti Ltd.)


1
SMS INFRASTRUCTURE LTD(Previously known as
ShaktiKumar M. Sancheti Ltd.)
  • Regd Office
  • 267, Ganesh Phadnavis Bhavan, Near Triangular
    Park, Dharampeth, Nagpur 440010 (India)
    Telephone 91-712-2525410Fax
    91-712-2544039Email sanbros_ngp_at_sancharnet.in
  • website www.smsl.co.in

2
About Us
  • SMS Infrastructure Ltd is one of Indias leading
    company in the core Infrastructure sector with
    its foray into Highways, Dams, Tunnels, Power,
    Mining, Urban Infrastructure, Irrigation, etc. It
    has also forayed into the emerging sectors of
    Highway Management, Toll ways, Rail linking
    Projects, Construction of Hydropower Projects,
    Hazardous Treatment, Buildings/ Housing Projects,
    etc..
  • SMSL has an unblemished track record of Technical
    and Engineering capability.
  • An integrated project execution adherence to
    time schedule thus establishing its significant
    status in almost all sectors of its activities.
  • An unblemished track record of quality since last
    43 years of its existence.
  • The company has been catering to a highly
    impressive list of CLIENTS

3
About Us
  • CENTRAL INDIAS LARGEST INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANY
  • CLOSELY HELD PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED COMPANY
  • COMMITTED DEDICATED WORK FORCE OF 2,600
    PERSONNEL
  • REVENUE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 2005
  • Rs. 184.75 CRORES.
  • COMPANY FIGURES IN THE LIST OF FIRST 500 UNLISTED
    COMPANIES OF INDIA, LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS ETC.
  • SEVERAL NATIONAL AWARDS IN ITS FIELD OF WORKS

4
The Team
  • The Company is headed by first Generation
    entrepreneur Shri Shaktikumar M Sancheti who is
    in this field for more than 45 years.
  • Qualified and Professional Management.
  • Corporate Governance parameters being adhered to.
  • Employee Attrition rate of less than 1
  • Social upliftment policies being adopted
  • Joint Venture with various stalwarts in the
    industry

5
Sectors of Working
  • Power
  • Irrigation
  • Highways
  • Railways
  • Environment
  • Mining
  • Urban Rural Development
  • Public-Private Participation projects

6
Power Sector
  • It is proposed to add 14,393 MW capacity from
    hydro in the total capacity addition of 41,110 MW
    during the tenth plan period.
  • Source www.planningcommission.nic.in

7
Power Sector (contd)
  • The company has been executing various works for
    Thermal Power Plants, Hydro, Oil Gas based
    Power Plants.
  • The company is also actively advancing its
    presence in transmission and Distribution sector.
  • The company is also in the business of
    identification of areas where hydro power plants
    can be set up.

8
Power Sector (contd)
The various activities carried out by the
company in these areas are
  • Generation
  • Thermal Power Plants
  • - Survey, Identification, Layout Land
    Development of entire power plant
  • - Civil works facilitating the erection
    commissioning of Heavy
  • Machinery, Coal Handling plant, Wagon Tripler,
    Track Hopper
  • Conveyor foundation
  • - Civil work for Boiler, Turbine, Bunker
    foundations, Chimney etc.
  • - Civil works for R.W. C.W. Pump Houses
  • - Construction Raising of Ash pond/Ash
    Bund/Ash Dyke
  • - Civil Mechanical work for Ash Disposal,
    Water Supply, etc. including
  • Pipeline, Structures etc.
  • - Construction of ETP, WTP and recycling system,
    Ozonisation etc.
  • - Construction of staff quarters other
    amenities.

9
Power Sector (contd)
  • 2. Hydro Power Plant
  • Construction of Inter adit Tunnel to pressure
    shaft, Ventilation Tunnel, Tail rase channel,
    Pressure shaft, Transformer hall, machine hall,
    Lower adit Tunnel to pressure shaft, Underground
    Power House, Supply and laying of Turbines,
    Fabrication, and Erection of Towers with
    Stringing of 220/400 KV Transmission Lines and
    all kinds of Civil and Mechanical work for Hydro
    Power Projects.

10
Power Sector (contd)
  • Transmission Distribution
  • Transmission lines
  • Turnkey works of Fabrication, Erection and
    Construction of Towers with Stringing of 220/400
    KV Transmission Lines and commissioning.
  • Substation
  • Construction of sub station buildings, civil
    works for foundations, supply and installation of
    transformer, Circuit breaker, CT, PT, Isolator,
    Jumper, Hardware, Gantry, Lightning arrester,
    battery charger, remote control panel.
  • 3. Operation, Maintenance Running of High
    capacity DG sets.

11
Irrigation Sector
  • During the 10th Plan period, the States have
    projected creation of an additional irrigation
    potential (major, medium and minor) of 16.743
    m.ha. with an outlay of Rs. 84,734.64 crore.
  • Source www.planningcommission.nic.in
  • The Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks are under
    an obligation to lend at least 40 of their
    aggregate loans to the priority sectors and
    within the overall target for priority sector at
    40,these banks have to observe a target of 18
    for agriculture sub-sector.
  • Source Budget 2004-05
  • The company sees immense potential in this field
    once the interlinking of river starts. The
    company has entered into joint venture for
    execution of these types of projects outside the
    country also.

12
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • - To its distinction, the company has
    constructed Rs.
  • 100 crore Turnkey Masonry Dam.
  • - The co. has executed several minor major
    earthen
  • dams and spillways several lift
    irrigation schemes.
  • - The company has constructed several hundred
  • Kilometers of canals both lined unlined.
  • - The company has executed largest number of
    irrigation
  • tunnels in Central India used for diversion
    of water.

13
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • Dams Reservoirs Spillways
  • The company has successful track record of
    executing all types of dams ie Concrete, Masonry,
    Earthen, Rockfill dam etc. along with the
    spillway.
  • In this category the company executes following
    work
  • Concrete/ Masonry Spillway including Inspection
    Gallery, Overflow section, Non Overflow section,
    Stilling basin, Concrete Apron, Cut Of Trench,
    Buried Channel, Pier, Anchoring, Drilling
    Grouting, Masonry, Colgrout Masonry, Concreting
    including reinforcement, gauge filling etc.

14
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • 2. Earthen Dams including Hearting, Casing,
    Embankment, Excavation, Hard Rock Excavation,
    Protection work, Inspection Roads, Overflow
    section, etc.
  • 3. Turnkey execution of storage reservoir of
    large magnitude,
  • 4. Approach Channel, Tail Channel, Inlet Channel
    Power Outlet.
  • 5. All types of excavation Embankment, Hard
    rock ex near habitation etc.
  • 6. The company has bagged several awards in the
    field of Quality Safety in this Category.

15
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • Tunnels
  • The company is executing different size, shape
    Long tunnels for facilitating supply of water in
    Hilly areas.
  • The company is capable of executing following
    works
  • - Drawing Design including planning geological
  • survey including Strata Classification
  • - Entry Exit Channel,
  • - Portal development
  • - Underground excavation with conventional
    method
  • - Lining of tunnels,

16
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • - Shotcrete (wet dry) using wire mesh Fiber
    Reinforcement,
  • - Wedging,
  • - Drilling Rock Bolting with Cement Capsule
    resin injection,
  • - Cut Cover,Structural work including lagging,
  • - Roof Protection,
  • - Formation of Bunds to create stilling basin at
    Off take
  • regulator.

17
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • Lift Irrigation Scheme
  • The company has successfully executed is
    capable of executing following works
  • Civil Works for Pump House including Forebay,
    Excavation, Embankment, Concreting, Drilling
    Grouting,
  • Intake well, Jack Well,
  • Fabrication, Erection of Large Small Dia
    Pipeline,
  • Erection of Overhead Gantry, EOT Crane
  • Switch Yard room Pump Foundation,
  • Canals Over Head Reservoirs,

18
Irrigation Sector (contd)
  • Canals
  • Construction of Canals including Hearting,
    Casing, HDPE Lining,
  • Concrete lining (Mechanical Manual) including
    sides Bottom, Pitching, Aqueducts, Structures,
    Head Regulator, Cross Regulator, Distribution
    System etc.
  • Fabrication, Erection Installation of Gates.
  • Construction of piers, Fabrication, Erection of
    Gantry structure, Radial Gates, Auto tilting
    gates, EOT, Gate opening Valves, Embedment,
    Guiding Channels etc.

19
Transportation Sector
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Railway Lines
  • Tunnels
  • Flyovers

20
Road Sector
A Committee on Infrastructure headed by the
Honble Prime Minister has proposed a massive
infrastructure development programme for the next
7 years  The programme envisages an investment
of Rs.1,72,000 crore on following developmental
projects   (i)  Completion of GQ and EW-NS
corridors   (ii)  4-laning of 10,000 km under
NHDP Phase-III (iii) 2-laning with paved
shoulders of 20,000 km of National Highways
under NHDP Phase-IV (iv) Augmenting
highways in North East under  Special Accelerated
Programme

21
Road Sector (contd)
(v)  6-laning of selected stretches of National
Highways under NHDP Phase-V (vi)
Development of 1000 km of expressways under NHDP
Phase - VI (vii) Construction of ring roads,
flyovers and bypasses on selected
stretches under NHDP Phase-VII. Source
http//morth.nic.in (Ministry of Road Transport
Highway)

22
Road Sector (contd)
  • The company is capable of executing Road work of
    National Highways and expressway of any length
    including works of 2/4 Laning New Alignments, 4/6
    Laning of existing highways,Construction of
    bypasses, Service roads, Hill roads etc.
  • Detailing
  • - Survey, drawing, design.with site
    investigation, sub-soil exploration and
    testing of the geo-material.
  • - preparation of detailed project report with
    the estimation,
  • - Approval from Railways
  • - Setting out.
  • 2. Construction work
  • - Formation work includes Earthwork in
    excavation and embankment
  • - Subgrade with Murrum blanketing
  • - Mining, cursing, supplying of metals.

23
Road Sector (contd)
  • Apart from this the company execute specialized
    works in this area like
  • Soil stabilisation using Geosyntehic,
  • Mechanical Stabilition
  • Lime stabilisation
  • Bitumen Stabilisation
  • Cement treated granular subbase,
  • Bituminous concrete using Lime,
  • Crumbed rubber mix bituminous concrete,
  • Modified bitumen concrete.

24
Construction of Bridges
  • The company is capable of executing such works
    for 2/4 Lane new alignment, Construction of 4/6
    Laning of existing highways, Construction of
    bypasses, Service roads, Hill roads including
    Construction of any size and weight of Major
    river Bridges, flyovers, Road over bridges,Road
    under bridges,Rail over bridges, Minor bridges,
    C.D.works,Bailey bridges,steel bridges.
  • For execution of the above, the Company carries
    out the following activities
  • Detailing
  • - Survey, drawing, design.with site
    investigation, sub-soil exploration
  • and testing of the geo-material.
  • - Preparation of detailed project report with
    the estimation,
  • - Approval from Department
  • - Setting out.

25
Construction of Bridges (Contd)
  • Construction work
  • - Formation work includes Earthwork in
    excavation and embankment.
  • - The company is capable of executing the Major
    river bridges with
  • shallow foundation, deep foundation like
    Raft, cast-in situ Concrete
  • Driven Bored piles ,sheet piles,under
    reamed piles, Well sinking
  • Box caisson,open caissons, Heavy well,
    well sinking and coffer dam.
  • - The substructure including Construction of
    Hallow piers, solid piers
  • and abutments using slip form shuttering
    with continues pouring at
  • any height.
  • - Pier caps with different shapes and size

26
Construction of Bridges (Contd)
  • Super structures including different types of
    pre-cast, pre-stressed, pre-tensioned and
    post-tensioned cast-in situ type Girders namely
    box girder,I shape girder, Box diaphragm type
    girder,Segmental girder, Solid Deck Slab, Voided
    slab, RCC Crash barrier,railings and mastic
    concrete.
  • Also the company specializes in launching of
    girder of any size and length at any height.

27
Railway Over Bridge/Under Bridge
The company is capable of executing the
following work in this category Detailing -
Survey, drawing, design.with site investigation,
sub-soil exploration and testing
of the geo-material. - preparation of detailed
project report with the estimation, - Approval
from Railways - setting out. Construction of
ROB/ RUB of any length and any size with shallow
and deep foundation like Raft, cast-in situ
Concrete Driven Bored piles ,sheet piles,under
reamed piles, Well sinking Box caisson,open
caissons, Heavy well, well sinking and coffer dam.

28
Railway Line
  • The total arrears of track renewal at the
    beginning of the Tenth Plan 2002-07 and including
    those arising during the Tenth Plan would be
    34,990 km.
  • Indian Railways is taking up construction of new
    lines under cost-sharing arrangement and through
    the SPV route in association with the State
    Governments.
  • Source www.planningcommission.nic.in
  • As against 662 km. of new lines completed in the
    Ninth Plan, a total of 1310 km of new lines are
    expected to be completed during the Tenth Plan
    period which will give connectivity to some
    mineral rich areas, ports and strategic areas.
  • The thrust would be on completing the works that
    provide connectivity to ports/industry and those
    projects which enhance the capacity of saturated
    sections and remove bottlenecks in the movement
    of traffic. A total of 2365 km. of gauge
    conversion is planned during the Tenth Plan
    period as against 2103 km. converted to broad
    gauge during the Ninth Plan period.

29
Railway Line
  • Annual Plan 2005-06
  • Plan outlay Rs 15,349 cr, consisting of Rs
    7230.81 cr from General Exchequer (including Rs
    2699 cr from SRSF and Rs 710.81 from Central Road
    Fund). Rs 4718.19 cr from internal resources Rs
    3400 cr through market borrowings.
  • In addition, Railways allowed access to extra
    budgetary resources to the extent of Rs. 3000 cr
    for financially viable schemes on a projectised
    basis.
  • Thrust on throughput enhancement works, safety
    and development.
  • Additional funds to the tune of Rs. 1365 cr for
    national projects in JK/NE Region and Rs. 358 cr
    for RVNL works to be released during the course
    of the year.
  • Appropriation to Development Fund raised
    significantly for making available adequate funds
    for throughput enhancement works including
    traffic facility works.

30
Railway Line
  • Projects
  • Achievements of current year and targets for
    next year as below
  • Likely in 2004-05 Target for 2005
  • Total BG lines to be added 1400 kms 1692
    kms
  • New Lines 205 kms 219 kms.
  • Gauge Conversion 885 kms 935 kms.
  • Doubling 307 kms 538 kms.
  • Electrification 375 kms. 450 kms.

31
Railway Line
The company is capable of constructing railway
siding work of any length including 1. Detailing
- Survey, drawing, design. - preparation of
detailed project report with the estimation, -
Approval from Railways - setting
out. 2. Construction work - Formation includes
Earthwork in excavation and embankment -
Subgrade with Murrum blanketing - Mining,
cursing, supplying and laying of Ballast, -
Supply and laying of RCC Sleepers, Rails,
turnouts,Pont and crossing, Track fittings
and Fastening, track welding.
32
Railway Line (Contd)
  • - Signaling and telecommunication work
  • Preparation of drawing and design of overhead
  • equipment and switching stations.
  • Fabrication, supply and erection of Traction
    mast/OHE,
  • guy rod.
  • - Supply and erection of overhead equipment
  • Supply and erection of contact wire, Catenary's
    wire,
  • earth wire, copper cross feeder
  • - Substation for transformers,
  • - Railway station building and platforms,
  • - Maintenance yard .
  • - Loco shed, High mast , Overhead tanks,Pit line,
  • - Level crossing

33
Tunnels
  • The company is capable of executing any type and
    any size tunnels used for roadway,railways and
    micro tunneling work.
  • The work includes the following
  • - GPS survey,
  • - Location of entry and exit point and
    ventilation shaft
  • - Construction of Portals and Gabion structures
  • - Cut cover
  • - Earthwork in excavation with conventional
    method of drilling and
  • blasting special technique inducting
    Road header technology.
  • - Design of blasting pattern and selection of
    blasting material.
  • - Drilling of Probe-holes
  • - Design, fabrication and erection of steel
    supports
  • - Design, Fabrication and fixing of rock bolts
    including drilling and
  • fixing with resin and cement capsules.

34
Tunnels (Contd)
  • - Shotcreting (wet dry) with Robotic arm by
    cement slurry using
  • wire mesh, Fiber Reinforcement.
  • - Interconnections
  • - Tunnel lining with pre-cast RCC Lagging
    including
  • - bolder packing
  • - Supply and installation commissioning of
    Tunnel Ventilation and
  • Monitoring System,
  • - Internal Electrical Lighting Works,
  • - Integrated on-line control systems,
  • - Intelligent Gas and Ambiance Monitoring
    system.
  • - Fire fighting arrangements and pipeline
  • - Dewatering
  • - Construction of Rigid pavement
  • - Railing, Service ducks

35
Flyovers
The company is capable of executing the
following work in this category Detailing -
Survey, drawing, design.with site investigation,
sub-soil exploration and testing
of the geo-material. - preparation of detailed
project report with the estimation, - Approval
from Department - setting out. Construction
work - Formation includes Earthwork in
excavation and embankment -
Subgrade with Murrum blanketing

36
Flyovers (contd)
Construction Flyover and viaducts of any length
and any size with shallow and deep foundation
like Raft, cast-in situ Concrete Driven Bored
piles ,sheet piles,under reamed piles, Well
sinking Box caisson,open caissons, Heavy well,
well sinking and coffer dam. The substructure
including Construction of Hallow piers, solid
piers and abutments using slip form shuttering
with continues pouring at any height, Reinforced
earth retaining structures with non woven
geosynthetic and steel fiber.
37
Railway Over Bridge/Under Bridge
The company is capable of executing the
following work in this category Detailing -
Survey, drawing, design.with site investigation,
sub-soil exploration and testing
of the geo-material. - preparation of detailed
project report with the estimation, - Approval
from Railways - setting out. Construction of
ROB/ RUB of any length and any size with shallow
and deep foundation like Raft, cast-in situ
Concrete Driven Bored piles ,sheet piles,under
reamed piles, Well sinking Box caisson,open
caissons, Heavy well, well sinking and coffer dam.

38
Railway Over Bridge/Under Bridge
  • The substructure including Construction of
    Hallow piers, solid piers and abutments using
    slip form shuttering with continues pouring at
    any height, Reinforced earth retaining structures
    with non woven geosynthetic and steel fiber.
  • Super structures including different types of
    pre-cast, pre-stressed, pre-tensioned and post
    tensioned cast-in situ type Girders namely box
    girder, I shape girder, Steel girder, Solid Deck
    Slab, Voided slab, RCC Crash barrier, railings.
  • Supply and laying of RCC Sleepers, Rails,
    turnouts, Point and crossing, Track fittings and
    Fastening, track welding
  • Also the company have the specialty in launching
    of girder of any size and length at any height.

39
Mining Sector
  • An outlay of Rs. 9458 crore has been allocated
    for the Tenth Plan of which Rs 8187 crore is to
    be financed through IEBR and remaining Rs 1271
    crore will be the gross budgetary support.
  • TENTH PLAN STRATEGY
  • Tenth Plan objective of faster development of an
    internationally competitive mining sector must
    revolve around cost-effective mineral exploration
    and development with the state-of-the-art
    exploration technologies through promoting
    private investment in both mineral exploration
    and creating new mining capacities.
  • The GSI and the State Directorates of Geology
    and Mining will have to continue working for the
    assessment and augmentation of mineral
  • resources, particularly for the generation of
    basic geological data, understanding the process
    of ore genesis, regional surveys, specialised and
    focused geological studies, etc. including search
    for minerals in the off-shore areas, continental
    shelf and maritime
  • zone. At the same time, private sector
    investment, including FDI, will have to be
    encouraged for detailed exploration.

40
Mining Sector
  • Underground mining work for Coal, Manganese,
    Bauxite
  • Open Cast mining work for Coal, Manganese,
    Bauxite, Iron Ore
  • Turnkey construction of Long Drifts
  • Construction Sinking of Deep Shafts Erection,
    Fabrication Installation of Head gear
  • Equipping of Men Material Handling Shafts on
    Turnkey Basis
  • Open cutting of Inclines Over Burden Removal of
    Open cast Mines
  • Coal Transportation

41
Environment Sector
  • The Ministry of Environment and Forests has set
    deadlines for cities to establish suitable waste
    processing, disposal and landfill facilities.
    Municipalities across the country are in the
    process of privatizing different aspects of solid
    waste management to reduce the cost incurred in
    providing these services and to improve the
    overall efficiency. Waste-to-energy projects have
    been initiated with different arrangements for
    setting up and operating these facilities
    involving the private sector and local bodies.
  • Private sector participation (PSP) in solid waste
    management offers several advantages, the first
    of which is cost saving, closely related to
    improvement in efficiency and effectiveness of
    services. PSP also encourages new technologies
    and reduces establishment costs. In India, the
    cities of Navi Mumbai, Hyderabad, Surat and
    Rajkot have experimented with PSP in various
    aspects of SWM with encouraging results (TCGI and
    PADCO, 2001).

42
Environment Sector
  • Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs)
  • Objectives
  • The Ministry has undertaken a Centrally
    Sponsored Scheme for enabling the small scale
    industries (SSI) to set-up Common Effluent
    Treatment Plants (CETP) in the country. The SSIs
    are polluting the environment through their
    effluents but some of them are unable to afford
    installation of
  • pollution control equipment. In order to
    encourage use of new technologies for CETPs for
    existing SSI clusters of units a scheme for
    financial assistance has been formulated. This
    promotional scheme is being instituted and will
    be implemented during the Tenth Five Year Plan.
  • Criteria for Consideration for Assistance
  • i) CETPs in industrial estates or in a cluster
    of Small Scale Industrial units
  • are encouraged.
  • ii) Central Assistance will be available only
    for clusters of SSIs.
  • iii) Projects for assistance will be prioritised
    on the basis of
  • Toxicity of pollutants
  • Pollution load being generated and to be treated
    and
  • Number of units covered

43
Environment Sector
iv) The CETPs are to be set up and managed by the
State Industrial Infrastructure
Corporation (by whatever name known) or through
an appropriate institution including a
cooperative body of the concerned units as
may be decided by the State Governments/SPCBs
concerned. v) The project should be
self-supporting for repayment of the loan and
meeting operation and maintenance costs. vi) The
project must formulate adequate institutional
arrangements for cost sharing, recovery of
dues and management and ensure observance of
prescribed standards. vii) The scheme must have
the technical recommendation of the State
Pollution Control Boards. viii)The CETP project
should have the conveyance system from the
individual units to the CETP.
44
Environment Sector
  • ix) Sludge characteristics (i.e. hazardous Vs.
    non-hazardous) from the
  • primary and secondary treatment of the CETP
    should be estimated.
  • Therefore, the CETP should have a sludge
    management plan which
  • should be prepared based on the sludge
    characterisation and be
  • documented in the feasibility report of the
    CETP project.
  • x) Possibility of recycling/reusing the treated
    effluent from the CETPs by the member units
    should be explored and be documented in the
    feasibility report of the CETP project.
  • xi) An environmental management and monitoring
    plan/programme to be prepared for the CETP and be
    documented in the feasibility report of the CETP
    project.
  • xii) A legal agreement between the CETP Co. and
    its member units to be executed be reflected in
    the feasibility report of the CETP project.
  • xiii) The cost recovery formula developed for the
    CETP project should be ratified by all members
    and be documented in the feasibility report of
    the CETP project.

45
Environment Sector
  • Modern technological development have multiplied
    the hazards to which human beings are exposed.
  • The company is executing following types of
    projects
  • Ash Pond
  • Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP)
  • Hazardous Waste Treatment Sewage Disposal
    Facility (HWTSDF)
  • Bio Medical Waste






46
Ash Ponds
  • The company has successful track record of
    executing such non-overflow dams called as
    Earthen bunds or ash ponds.
  • In this category the company executes following
    work
  • Non Overflow section, Cut Of Trench, Earthwork in
    Hearting and Casing,
  • Rock toe,
  • Filter, Slope protection
  • Construction of Service Road

47
Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CEPT)
  • The company is capable of executing the
    construction of CETP including
  • Design of conventional Biological Treatment
    Facilities and Industrial waste Treatment
    facilities.
  • Construction of
  • - Bar Screens
  • - Grit Chamber
  • - Primary Sedimentation Tank
  • - Secondary settling tank
  • - Flocculator
  • - Sludge drying bed
  • - Filters
  • - Supply and installation of pumps and Motors
  • - Supply and laying of pipe lines

48
Hazardous Waste Treatment Sewage Disposal
Facility (HWTSDF)
  • The company is capable of executing the
    Develop,Construction, operation and maintenance
    of Hazardous Waste Treatment Sewage Disposal
    Facility. The work undertaken is as the follows
  • - Establishment of the Hazardous Waste Treatment
    Sewage
  • Disposal Facility
  • - Design Construction of Land fill section
    with Leachate control
  • system including the entry gate, time
    office ware house, pre
  • treatment area, work shop, Laboratory
    Provision of storm water
  • drains.
  • - Creation and development of Green belt.
  • - Supply and installation of Incinerator
    plant for burning of Hazardous
  • Waste
  • - Receiving and Transportation of hazardous
    waste from Generators
  • facility to the HWTSDF

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Hazardous Waste Treatment Sewage Disposal
Facility (HWTSDF) (contd)
  • - Carrying out segregation, Recovery, Treatment,
    Storage
  • and Disposal including Land fill of hazardous
    waste
  • residues.
  • - Establishment and operation of a waste Heat
    recovery
  • steam generation unit
  • - Transportation of residue / rejects generated
    to Land fill
  • area.
  • - The whole system comprise of
  • i) Collection of hazardous waste
  • ii) Transportation of hazardous wastes

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Bio Medical Waste





  • The company is capable of executing the Design,
    Finance, Construction, Operation and Maintenance
    of Biomedical Waste its Treatment, Storage and
    Disposal facility plants. The work involves the
    following
  • Construction of fencing and development of green
    belt
  • Actualisation and installation of weighing
    machine
  • Construction of building and workshops
  • Construction of internal roads.
  • Construction of disinfection room,
  • Supply and commissioning of Autoclaving,
  • Supply and commissioning of Shredding equipment.
  • Supply and commissioning of Incinerator
  • Construction of land fill section.

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Operation Maintenance of Toll Roads
  • The company is capable of executing the work of
    operation and maintenance of Toll Roads. The
    detailed response to the technical requirement of
    the project is as under
  • Road Maintenance - this includes emergency
    routine disaster maintenance and inspection
  • Traffic Management incident management
    enforcement of regulations together with the
    relevant authorities hazard response
    information gathering and dissemination road
    patrols and surveillance
  • Safety accident prevention after care user
    behavior education enforcement data collection
    and analysis,

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Operation Maintenance of Toll Roads(contd)
  • Facility management including periodic
    inspection, routine maintenance, rehabilitation
    and expansion planning
  • Road property management management of access,
    encroachment and ribbon development
  • Toll fee collection provision of the
    appropriate equipment and system revenue
    collection, administration and auditing
  • General responsibilities including budgeting,
    compliance with legal and accounting
    requirements, and public relations
  • Planning of Operations and Maintenance Centre
    including the basic planning, comment on the
    details design, and design co-ordination.
  • Training of appointed official in various aspects
    of OM management, administration and technical
    proficiency.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration
  • SMSL has signed MOUs, Entered into Joint Venture
    / Technical Collaboration in different sectors
    with following National and International
    Companies
  • Power
  • 1) Altai Technology Corporation Ltd
    Gidroenergostory TPM
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    for preparing, pre-qualification and tender offer
    for executing for Turn-key execution of Tipaimukh
    Hydro Electric (Multipurpose) project ( 6 x 250
    MW ), Manipur. Cost of the project is Rs. 1100
    Crs.
  • CETHAR J.V.  
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. CETHAR VESSEL for preparing
    pre-qualification for Roll of Contractor for the
    Group Captive Power Project Tarapur, Ranjangoan,
    Hinjewadi, Ambarnath-Badlapur floated by MIDC
    Mumbai.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • M/S. WAT-ERE-SOURCE TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD., PUNE
    -
  •   SMSL has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. Wat-Ere-Source Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
    Pune for preparing pre-qualification and tender
    offer for-
  • HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECTS
  • 1 PENCH KAMPTEE R.B.CTA. PARSHIWA NI, DIST.
  • NAGPUR 2X0.7 MW TOTAL 1.4 MW, AND
  • 2 PENCH KAMPTEE L.B.C. TA. PARSHIWA NI, DIST.
  • NAGPUR 2X2.20 MW TOTAL 4.40 MW
  •   Floated by The Superintending Engineer and
    Administrator, Command Area Development Authority
    Ajni, Nagpur-440 003

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Highways
  • ASCON AS-KA J.V. -
  • ASCON is construction arm of ETA Group, Dubai.
    ETA Group is having presence in Core Sectors like
    Multi Storied Buildings, Shopping Malls,
    International Trading, Shipping, etc. having
    group turnover of approx. US 550.00 Million.
  • ASKA Construction Company is mainly into
    Infrastructure Projects viz. Construction of
    Dams, Tunnels, Highways, Hi-Tech Buildings and
    Hotel Construction having their registered
    office at Turkey.
  •   SMSL has tied-up with ASCON - AS-KA J.V. for
    Hydro-Power Projects, Highway Construction,
    Thermal Power Projects, Bridges, Tunnels, etc.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • BJCL -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    for preparing, pre-qualification and tender offer
    for executing various National Highways projects.
  • GDC J.V. -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. GANNON DUNKERLEY COMPANY LTD. for
    preparing tender offer Four Laning
    Strengthening of the existing Two Lane
    Carriageway from Km.387.1 to Km.407.1 OF nh-1
    Jalandhar to Amritsar Section floated by
    National Highways Authority of India, New Delhi.
  • ETA. -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. ETA for preparing tender offer for BOT
    Projects for the projects floated by National
    Highways Authority of India, New Delhi.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Railways
  • LINGKARAN SHENGHAI TUNNEL ENGINEERING CO. LTD
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. LINGKARAN. Malayasiya, and SHENGHAI
    TUNNEL ENGINEERING CO. LTD Chinna for preparing
    and pre-qualification and tender offer for
    Proposal For Versoa Andheri Ghatkopar Mrts
    Project floated by Mumbai Metropolitan Region
    Development Authority MMRDA, Mumbai.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Environment
  • WATERGRACE PRODUCTS.
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    for preparing, pre-qualification and tender offer
    for executing various Bio-Medical Projects
    floated by various Govt. agencies. JV has bagged
    one similar nature of prestigious project for
    Design, Finance, Construction, Operation, and
    Maintenance of a Biomedical Waste Treatment
    Storage, disposal facility (BMWTSDF), Mumbai on
    BOOT basis, for 20 years, floated by Maharashtra
    Pollution Control Board, Mumbai.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • PARAMOUNT J.V. -
  •   Company has entered into Joint Venture
    Agreement with PARAMOUNT LTD. J.V. for
    preparing Design, Engineering, Procurement,
    Fabrication and supply of Effluent Treatment
    Plant ETP and Hazardous / Chemical Waste
    Incineration System for Refinery Petrochemical
    and other process industries, for -
  •   Design, Finance, Construction, Operation and
    Maintenance of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage
    and Disposal Facility (HWTSDF) at Butibori,
    Nagpur.
  •   Design, Finance, Construction, Operation and
    Maintenance of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage
    and Disposal Facility (HWTSDF) at Ranjangaon,
    Pune.
  •   Floated by Maharashtra State Industrial
    Development Corporation, Mumbai.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Mining
  • Deutsche Bergbau-Technik GmbH -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. Deutsche Bergbau-Technik GmbH to bid
    for Murpar Mine of Western Coal Fields Ltd. With
    DBT as lead bidder and SMSL as a Partner for
    providing services.
  • Bharat Gold Mines Limited A GOI Undertaking
    -
  •   The PSU is currently a BIFR referred Company.
  • The project and consultancy group of BGML is
    doing extremely well because of its experience
    thorough knowledge of Underground Mining.
  • Apart from the captive requirement at BGML, it
    has done Underground Mining Development work for
    clients like Hindustan Copper Ltd., South Eastern
    Coalfields Ltd., WCL., Hindustan Zinc Ltd.,
    Manganese Ore (India) Ltd., The Singareni
    Collieries Co. Ltd., etc. It is the only Company
    in India which is doing Underground Shaft
    Equipping Work and manufacturing cages, winders,
    etc.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Urban Rural Development
  • UNIPUMPS NIGERIA LTD. -
  •   Company has entered into Joint Venture
    Agreement with M/s. UNIPUMPS NIGERIA LTD. J.V.
    for preparing submitting EOI for the work of
    Expression of Interest EOI from Entrepreneur/
    Lead Patner of J.V. of National and International
    repute for Transportation of Raw Water from Pench
    Dam to Mahadula to be executed on Build, Own,
    Operate and Transfer BOOT Basis, floated by
    Municipal Corporation, Nagpur.
  • Market Mission I Pvt. Ltd. J.V. -
  •   Company has entered into Joint Venture
    Agreement with M/s. Market Mission I Pvt. Ltd..
    for preparing tender offer Construction,
    Operation Maintenance Of Bus Q Shelters In
    Ndmc Area On Bot Basis. Package 2 South Of
    Rajpath floated by New Delhi Municipal
    Corporation, New Delhi.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • AJECT. -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. AJECT, Saudi Arbia for preparing tender
    offer Construction of Micro Tunnel work at
    various locations of in Mumbai City floated by
    Brihanmumbai Mahanagarpalika, Mumbai.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • Public Private Participation projects
  • PROVIRON TECHNOLOGIES B.V. -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. PROVIRON TECHNOLOGIES B.V. Switzerland,
    for preparing and pre-qualification and tender
    offer for Construction of Multi-Level Automatic
    Undergrounds Car Parking System at New Delhi,
    floated by Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
  • IRD. -
  • Company awarded the work of Supplying,
    Operation, Maintenance and transfer of
    Electronically Operated Toll Collection System at
    Vidyasagar Setu, Kolkata, floated by Hooghly
    River Bridge Commissioner, Kolkata. For
    executing the work the company has entered into
    Joint Venture Agreement with IRD. Project Cost
    Rs.100.00 Crore.

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Joint Ventures / Technical Collaboration(Contd)
  • ABDUL MONEM LTD. - 
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with M/s. ABDUL MONEM LTD. for preparing
    pre-qualification and tender offer
    Pre-qualification and Bid for OM Project of
    Toll Road, Bangladesh floated by GM Tech, The
    Azad Engineers, Dhaka.
  • SANGAM INDIA LTD . -
  • Company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement
    with SANGAM INDIA LTD., for preparing tender
    offer Four Laning improvements of Mumbai-Pune
    section of N.H.-4 (Km. 131/200 to Km.20/400) on
    self-finance along with Toll Collection
    operation and operation maintenance on
    Mumbai-Pune section of N.H.-4 and Existing
    Mumbai-Pune Expressway. floated by Maharashtra
    State Road Development Corporation Ltd., Mumbai.

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Work Done in last 5 years
Road Sector
Turnover for 2000-01 Rs. 84.46 crores
Turnover for 2001-02 Rs. 62.23 crores
Mining
Railway
Power
Irrigation
Others
Turnover for 2003-04 Rs. 176.06 crores
  • Turnover for 2002-03
  • Rs. 105.02 crores

Turnover for 2004-05 Rs. 177.55 crores
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Work Done in last 3 years- 2000-01
Irrigation
Mining
Power
Railway
Road
Rural Infrastructure
67
Work Done in last 3 years- 2001-02
Irrigation
Mining
Power
Railway
Road
Rural Infrastructure
68
Work Done in last 5 years- Consolidated
Road Sector
Mining
Railway
Power
2
10
Irrigation
Others
6
17
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1
69
Work Done in last 5 years- Consolidated
70
Lists of Works in hand
71
Lists of Works in hand
72
Lists of Works in hand
73
Works in hand Sector Wise
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Sectoral presentation of Work in Hand
WIP
75
Works Expected
76
Works Expected (contd)
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Sectoral presentation of Work to be executed in
Future
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2010-11
2009-10
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Graphical presentation of Works Expected
9
2
7
Roads
4
Irrigation
Mining
Environmental
Power
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Works Intending to Bid
80
Works Intending to Bid (contd)
81
Works Intending to Bid (contd)
82
Ongoing Public Private Participation projects
83
Ongoing Public Private Participation projects
84
Equity Participation of Works under Public
Private Participation (PPP)
85
Equity Participation of Works under Public
Private Participation (contd)
86
Equity Participation of Works under Public
Private Participation (contd)
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Projected Financials for next 3 years
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SMSL-BANKING HISTORY
  • Bankers have always been partners in progress
    with SMSL.
  • SMSL Had been banking with Sangli Bank till 1985
    .
  • With the legal mandate of Nationalized banks for
    issuance of bank guarantee it started banking
    with State Bank of Indore as the principal
    bankers from 1985.
  • Over the years whenever the company needed
    support State bank of Indore has always given the
    same which has been equally responded by the
    company in form of rock solid credentials.with
    financial performance upto optimum level.
  • Today,with fund non fund based limits exceeding
    450.00 Crores from the State bank of Indore and
    consortium, the company is poised for even higher
    growth plans.
  • Majority Banking of associates of SMSL has been
    with State Bank Group. Details of the same are
    not included here.

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Collaterals
  • The company is aggressively pursuing its growth
    plans backed by expertise of over four decades
    and order book position exceeding Rs.1500.00
    Crore.
  • These are times of change and challenge as well
    for the promoters are required to deploy funds
    for setting up of the projects only upon which
    the later execution can take place due to which
    the company cannot invest more in collaterals..
  • The company has requested for replacement of some
    of the collaterals with fresh ones.
  • The sale proceeds of replaced collaterals will be
    invested in the form of equity by the promoters
    in the ensuing projects in the year 2007-08.
  • The bank is requested to allow the request
    aforesaid upon which the company can be better
    placed to achieve the growth plans.

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Future Plans
  • Raising of Funds
  • The cost of funds for established listed
    companys is very less. However if the PE and
    financials of companies related to our field is
    taken into account, the company commands a share
    price of Rs.1500.00 per share on a conservative
    basis.
  • To capitalize on the above strengths vis a vis
    reduce the financial cost, the company is
    considering an IPO or private placement of equity
    at an appropriate time.
  • The company plans to raise Rs.60.00 Crore during
    FY 2006-07 on the above lines for funding
    expansion plans investment in BOT Projects..

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Future Plans (contd)
  • BOT PROJECTS
  • With the Govt.of India initiative to tolling of
    all the national highways on BOT basis these
    projects are supposed to gather enormous momentum
    in the coming years.
  • The company has been a prominent player in this
    arena on account of the following projects being
    dealt through a separate Special Purpose Vehicle
    (SPV) .
  • (a) Durg By pass
  • (b)Houghly River Bridge Corporation (HRBC)
  • (b) RCCL infrastructre Limited.
  • Recently the company has obtained/acquired
    the following BOT projects,
  • (a)Dharamtar Toll,Raighad
  • (b)Common Effulent Treatment
    Plant(CETP),Butibori
  • Apart from the above the company is executing
    following projects

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Equity Participation of Works under Public
Private Participation (PPP)
The company has already invested in BOT projects
as under (Rs.in Crores)
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Public-Private ParticipationNHDP Projections
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FUTURE PLANS OF SMSL
  • Apart from this the company is eyeing following
    new areas of work
  • 1.RAIL and ROAD Projects for port connectivity.
  • 2.Tourism Infrastructure
  • 3.Drinking Water Supply Schemes
  • 4.Power Plants with alternate fuel,
    non_conventional, etc..
  • 5.Environment Projects.
  • 6.Highway Management including weighment
  • 7.Computerisation and Integration of Sales Tax at
    Border Check Posts.
  • 8.Road Projects on Swiss Challenge Method
  • 9.Defense and Security Related Projects.

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