Bandra Worli Sea Link, Mumbai, India

The Bandra Worli Sea Link, officially the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link is a cable-stayed bridge with pre-stressed concrete viaduct approaches, links Bandra and the western suburbs of Mumbai with Worli and central Mumbai, and is the first phase of the proposed West Island Freeway system.

Bajaj has provided construction systems for the bridge’s short line segments, in the form of Pre-Cast Segments & Pre-Cast Retaining Wall. The shape and size of these rugged segments required innovative and pioneering enterprise for design and manufacture.

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Palm Jebel Ali, Dubai, UAE

Nakheel, the real estate developer behind Dubai’s three Palm islands, has awarded a $350 million (Dh 1.28 billion) contract to South Korea’s Samsung Corp for infrastructure work on Palm Jebel Ali. Samsung will build six of the eight bridges connecting the Dubai mainland to the Palm tree-shaped island’s “trunk” and “crescent” sections. Work has already begun on the bridges that will eventually link to about 125 kilometres of roads on the man-made island.

This project is another feather in Bajaj’s cap to prove that an Indian company with little over 2 year’s presence in U.A.E. has bagged large orders, purely on the merits of quality & delivery. The scope of work for Bajaj involves supply of 6 sets of voided slab (50 m span x19.35 m wide x 6.648 m height including shoring).

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Kasheli Bridge, Thane, India

Situated directly above the flowing creek near Kasheli in Thane, Maharashtra, India, Public Water Works Dept. (P.W.D.) planned an ambitious bridge project spanning the creek. The PSC cross girder was to be cast between piers with a 53m span. With no ground support possible for the girder, special heavy duty support structure at the side was planned. Bajaj engineered and supplied the construction system based on modularly designed small size panels.

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Kali Sindh Bridge, Kota, India

Our Malaysian customer is constructing the Kali Sindh Bridge at Kota, Rajasthan, India. Bajaj has been selected for Design, Manufacturing and Supply of formwork for Pier, Pier Cap, Tee Beam and Bridge. For the nearly 23 m high pier, climbing form 4.8m high was supplied for economical and faster construction.

Kali SindhBridge: comprises of Heavy-duty Standard trestle in modules of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 5.0m ht. All the construction was of bolted type for easy assembly, dispatch and erection. Each heavy-duty 23M high trestle is capable of taking 40T vertical loads.

Swami Vivekananda Bridge, West Bengal, India

The Swami Vivekananda Bridge is built across the river Hooghly. The superstructure consists of Precast elements covering the width of the 6 lane carriageway. The Short Line Mould measuring 27 m x 3.5 m and consisting of more than 450 individual components was designed, fabricated and assembled for pre-shipment inspection at our works. Each component was match-marked & tagged. The assembly of the entire mould was done in a record time of 7 days. The onsite installation included setting up the complete assembly of the Short Line and design of the casting yard (which was also done by Bajaj), erecting the various components to line and level, and matching them to the desired accuracy for casting of moulds. Each mould had 2 soffits, with Bajaj having supplied four sets of mould. There were 3 types of bulkheads, apart from special bulk heads required for expansion joint and diaphragm segments. There were about 260 segments to be cast with 60 repetitions. Bajaj also supplied formwork for Pier, Pylon & Crash Barrier for this project.

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