Overall, a final location survey plays a vital role in the planning and execution of construction projects by establishing the precise location and characteristics of the proposed infrastructure before any physical work begins.

Detailed investigations like Geotechnical Investigations along the formation length and bridge locations, detailed topographic survey of proposed corridor using latest drone technology, finalisation of alignment, finalisation of all general arrangement of structures including span arrangements, conducting of socio-economic impact study, detailed project estimates / reports.


The Avadi-Sriperumbudur Industrial Corridor benefits from its proximity to Chennai, which is a major port city and a prominent economic center in South India. The corridor has well-developed infrastructure, including good road and rail connectivity, making it accessible for transportation and logistics. The planned corridor is of 67 kms length from Avadi-Sriperumbudur –Guduvancheri with spur line which will connect Hyundai factory for industrial corridor development. It consists of 11 yards, 6 crossing stations, 2 Halt stations, 2 junction stations and 1 terminal siding.

FLS for Tirupattur-– Krishnagiri-Hosur 98 kms

The Tirupattur-Krishnagiri-Hosur railway project is a proposed railway line that will connect the cities of Tirupattur, Krishnagiri, and Hosur. Hosur is an industrial hub and houses several automobile and manufacturing industries.

Attipattu To Gummidipundi 25kms

This Southern Railway doubling project aims to connect to the suburban town of Athipattu to Gummidipoondi which an industrial town in Chennai Metropolitan Region of Thiruvallur district by constructing 3rd and 4th line in between the existing Suburban track connecting the Chennai Metropolitan Region. It consists of 8 Crossing stations with the provision of extra line connecting to port in the future.

In this line it has been proposed to include 07 nos. of yards, 02 junctions, 05 crossing stations.


Gadag yalvigi railway BG line of 58 kms

The new Gadag-Yelavagi  line is proposed as 52 km long  which will connect Yelavagi-Manjalapura, Magadi, Mulagunda and Gadag railway stations.Once the Gadag-Yelavagi railway line is constructed, passengers from Bagalkote and Yelavagi sections will have to travel less than 100 km to reach Bangalore with reduced fares.


Yelahanka to Devanahalli doubling and Baiyyappanahalli to Hosur Quadrupling from South Western Railway (Indian Railways) is a very important project to relieve traffic from the Banaglore city rail networks. It comprises of 24 kilometers connecting Yelahanka to Devanahalli and 48 kilometers connecting Baiyyappanahalli to Hosur.