Power

Empowering the Future

Responding to Government of India’s mission to provide “POWER FOR ALL”, the Navayuga Group has ventured into power generation in a big way by building an installed capacity of about 6,000 mw. The portfolio includes both thermal power as well as hydroelectric power generation projects


PROJECTS WITH DESCRIPTION
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Polavaram Hydro Electric Power Plant (12*80 mw) Design, Engineering, Manufacturing and Testing of Vertical full Kaplan Turbine generators 80 mw each. All civil works of Power House, Pressure Tunnels, approach channel, intake pools, intake structure and all Hydro Mechanical works of Polavaram Hydro Electric Power Project on EPC basis.
Farakka Super Thermal Power Project, Stage – III (1X500 mw) All under ground civil works including piling and foundations for Boiler, ESP, TG, fans, BFPs, mills, mill & bunker buildings, main power house and other equipment / structures in TG / boiler area.
NTPC Barh STPP (3X660 mw) The broad scope of work under this package shall include Civil, Structural and Architectural works related to Main Plant Building i.e., T. G.
Barh STPP, Stage – II (2X660 mw), Barh The broad scope of work under this package shall includes all Civil works including piling and foundations for Boiler, ESP, TG, Fans, BFPjs, Mills, Mill & Bunker Buildings, Main Power House, Piling for bottom ash hopper and FAE Tower, Transformer Yard.
2x500 mw Koderma TPS,DVC,Koderma, Dist- Koderma, Jharkhand, India Complete BTG & BOP civil works incuding Individual Access roads.
SDSTPS, Stage – II, Unit No 3 Krishnapatnam in Nellore District, AP Pilling, civil & structural works for BOP and BTG areas.
DSTPP, Stage – II, 2X800, Krishnapatnam, Nellore District Piling and BTG works.
Teesta Stage – III HEP 1200 mw (6X200 mw) Civil works for the construction of 1000 mm thick cut off wall for concrete faced Rockfill Dam, cavern of size 17 m X 23 m of 640 m length for desilting chambers and tunnels of different shapes of dia, upto 11 m of total length 6.7 km for various units of Teesta-III at a remote location in North Sikkim, a logistics and extreme weather challenge.