320 feet span, Bailey Suspension Bridge at Arunachal Pradesh was completed in a record time of 3 months.
27 x 300 ft and 6 x 150 ft spans laid in 6 ft curve
One of the longest Rail-cum-road bridges of India with 16,328 tonnes of steelwork. Constructed in 1970's under the South Central Railway
12 Spans x 300 feet
The second Krishna Bridge at Vijayawada was constructed in 1964-65 with 4,500 MT of steelwork. Subsequently in 1984-85 the Third Krishna Bridge was also made by BBUNL group company using over 3,600 MT of steelwork.
Ganga Bridge - Mokameh
14 x 400 ft & 4 x 100 ft Spans
Another significant construction of Double-Deck Rail-cum-Road Bridge over the river Ganga at Mokameh, comprising 12,500 MT of steelwork which bears testimony in Engineering excellence.
Farakka Feeder Canal Bridge
Road and Rail Bridge over Feeder Canal at Farakka Barrage Project comprising 2,950 MT of steelwork completed in 1969-1975. Doubling of the same Railway track involving 1,200 MT has also recently been completed.