Nagarjuna Construction Co.

Key Staff
Madhu Sudhan P - Gen Manager (BD)
Way No. 1516, Bldg No. 1071
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Business Hours
Sat - Thu 8-1 3-7
The year 1978 saw Dr AVS Raju take that single step along with like-minded people to establish NCC. It was the vision of this simple man who believes in human values, common sense and value of time. It has been journey of excellence since then. Starting off with the corporate office in Hyderabad, regional offices were opened to facilitate the geographical spread of new projects. NCC was listed on the BSE & NSE stock exchanges in 1992. The year 1995 saw NCC crossing a turnover of Rs. One billon. The Property Division was established in 1996 followed by the Transportation Division in 1998. The Water, Electrical, Power, Irrigation, Metals, Oil & Gas Divisions ere established subsequently. The GDRs, of the Company are listed on the Luxembourg stock exchange. The enormous trust placed by foreign institutional investors is reflected by the investment of US $ 100 million as on date by the Blackstone group of USA. The Company has offices in Muscat (Oman) and Dubai (UAE) and has bagged projects in these countries. Today, NCC is the only construction company from India hailed as 'Best Under a Billion' in Asia Pacific by Forbes Asia. It is ranked as the fastest growing construction company in the country by Construction World - NICMAR and also as the 2nd largest company in terms of of turnover for the year 2006-07. It is also rated as one of India's most admired companies by Construction World and is the 4th fastest growing company in India across all sectors in a study conducted by Dalal Street Magazine. NCC has a super ranking of 103 among India's top 1000 companies. It has also been ranked third on the basis of total income in construction and allied activities sector by Dun and Bradstreet in their acclaimed publication "India's Top 500 companies" in 2006. The Company's projects have been recognised as the "Outstanding Structure of the Year" by the Indian Concrete Institute two years in a row. NCC was awarded a bonus of Rupees 20 million for early completion of its projects. It's turnover for the financial year 2006-07 stood at Rs.29 billion. Through the years and into the future, NCC continues to be on a steady drive towards perfection by maintaining old customs and adding new endeavours-across decades, across countries, across disciplines. It has marched on, towards newer horizons and newer challenges. The saga of excellence continues ...