|Traded as||NSE: GAMMONIND, BSE: 509550|
|Industry||Construction, Civil Engineering|
|Founder(s)||John C. Gammon|
|Key people||Abhijit Rajan, Chairman and Managing Director
Peter Gammon, Chairman Emeritus
|Revenue||5533.12 crore (2011-12)|
|Operating income||151.58 crore (2011-12)|
|Net income||87.04 crore (2011-12)|
Gammon India has executed some notable civil engineering projects:
- Foundations of the Gateway of India
- India's first cable-stayed bridge at Akkar, Sikkim
- The longest railway tunnel in Asia for Konkan Railway at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
- Mahatma Gandhi Setu spanning the river Ganges, between Patna and Hajipur in Bihar
- Terminal building for Sharjah International Airport, UAE
- Elevated viaducts for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
- India's first second-generation nuclear reactor Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor at Kalpakkam
- Gammon have built largest number of bridges in Commonwealth region.
Gammon India was the recipient of a performance bonus based on its delivery of the extradosed flyover ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games at Delhi for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Similarly, Gammon India was awarded the 'Signature Bridge Project' award for executing a most modern designed bridge and approach way for the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC). This project, valued at close to Rs.10,000 million, is designed to ease traffic flow in Wazirabad, a high traffic density zone in North Delhi.
- In 2007, a portion of a flyover being built by Gammon India in Panjagutta area in Hyderabad collapsed, killing 2 people.
- In 2009, a bridge being built by Gammon India for Metro rail in Delhi collapsed, killing 6 people and injuring 13.
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- Gammon India Limited-About us
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- "Gandhi Setu: An engineering marvel". The Times of India. 2012-06-11. Retrieved 2013-12-12.
- "Under pressure Gammon India executed big project". The New Indian Express. 2009-07-29. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- "6 killed, 13 injured in Metro bridge collapse in Delhi - The Times of India". The Times Of India. 2009-07-12.