Soma Enterprise Ltd. is one of the fastest growing infrastructure developers in India focused on construction and development of core infrastructure projects in the transportation, hydel power and water resource sectors among others.
The organization, with a turnover of around Rs. 25000 Million (USD 555.59 Million) is currently executing projects worth over Rs.151000 Million. (USD 3400 Million) It has over 1250 Experienced Senior Engineers / Project Managers, 3500 Engineers / Technicians – Supporting the senior team and over 6000 skilled and semi skilled workforce. As an integral part of its approach to construction, Soma owns and deploys state of the art equipment and technology in assets worth over 10 Billion to ensure efficient execution.
More than Rs. 500 Crore ( or More than US$ 100 Mn Approx.)
Posted on: [22-FEB-11]
Happenings / News / Press Coverage
Expressindia.com / Date: 06-09-08 After a series of hurdles and much opposition, construction of the state's largest dam the middle vaitarna, which will supply additional water to quench Mumbai's raising thirst - to be built with chinese expertise received final approvals on friday from the Brihanmumbai muncipal Corporation's Standing Committee
Economic Times(Hindi) - Delhi / Date: 22-08-08 Infrastructure majors from Andhra Pradesh are bagging many mega projects across the nation. Be it the power sector, airports, seaports, metro rail projects, national highways or highrise buildings, firms from the state are the frontrunners these days.
int - Delhi / Date: 04-08-08 Indian authorities are reviewing a selection process used to identify bidders for a highway project in Andhra Pradesh worth more than Rs. 1,000 crore after atleast two companies, including billionaire Anil Ambani led Reliance Infrastructure Ltd
Financial Express / Date:09-07-2009 The proposed hybrid model of highways development by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to encourage bidders to come forward for bidding for highway projects has found some merit with the private companies in the road construction secto
Hindu Business Line / Date:08-07-2009 Highway developers have welcomed the proposed exemption of eight percent excise duty on goods manufactured at work sites, but are unhappy with the increase in the Minimum Alternative Tax.
Economic Times / Date:24-03-2009 Highway developers are looking at selling small stakes in various central road projects to raise funds, as banks deny them loans citing high risk involved in build-operate-transfer (BOT) projects.