The construction and infrastructure industry in India has been thriving for years and also the key driver for the Indian economy! During the period 2020-25, the Indian government plans to invest about Rs.102 lakh crore on infrastructure projects while the industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 8%. About 42% of these projects in National Infrastructure pipeline are already under implementation, another 19% are in the development stage, while 31% are still in the conceptual stage. The Infrastructure in India covers different sectors like Social Infrastructure, Transportation, Extraction, Manufacturing, and others.
Poised perfectly in this fast-paced industry is New Delhi-based NKG Infrastructure, a diversified infrastructure development company with expertise in Buildings, Roads, Bridges, Airports, Power, WTP/STP, Sustainable Energy and Water Line. The company takes pride in its fleet of 1400 highly skilled and semi-skilled professionals along with multiple migrant workers who have been taking these projects to great heights. In addition to this, the company is also closely connected with the Government of India in different segments, thereby providing our nation with world-class standards of construction and contributing to its development.
The Differentiating Factors
Archit Garg, Managing Director, NKG Infrastructure, asserts, “Timely completion, delivering top-notch projects, our zest to search fresh opportunities in relatively new areas of operations, cost control, adherence to milestones in a safe environment and as per customer requirements, and being a leading player in infrastructure are our prime strengths which make us different from our competitors”. Besides having completed an umbrella of projects with entire satisfaction of the clients, the company is keenly involved in different infrastructural projects for the Indian Government in healthcare, education, expansion of airports, and cultural development under the aegis of different Ministries. NKG’s current focus also lies in executing Bharat Vandana Park which is a unique project in entire Asia.
Another area of interest of NKG Infrastructure is highways where the government is developing 2,500km of access control highways, 9,000 km of economic corridors, 2,000 km of coastal land port roads, and 2,000 km of strategic highways by NHAI. It was proposed by the government to monetize at least 12 lots of highway bundles of over 6,000 km before2024.
Similarly, the company is avidly executing a swarm of aviation-related infra projects. In the next five years, the AAI plans to invest roughly Rs. 25,000 crores in the construction of new and existing airports. The government has given its ‘in principle’ clearance for the construction of 21 new airports. NKG is already associated in the expansion of multiple airports while hoping to get more projects for development in the near future.
All throughout the execution of these projects, NKG Infrastructure was primarily focused on client satisfaction by constantly interacting with them, and accommodating their desires & aspirations to achieve the highest quality products. The team at NKG directly interacts with clients from time to time to understand their concern if any and rectify them if brought into knowledge. This helps to win the confidence of the clients. Archit adds, “We do not want to be winning the tag of largest company at the cost of losing the value of clients”.
The Power of Resources
NKG Infrastructure believes that the organizations that prioritize human capital as a part of a broader sustainability strategy will be better able to mitigate risk and achieve greater support and financial success. Moreover, employees are worth investing in because a better-prepared workforce delivers better results. The fleet of professionals at NKG keep themselves abreast with the latest technological introductions in the market and are always willing to acquire the same for their projects.
On the other hand, NKG Infrastructure holds a huge inventory of over 500 advanced machinery of various types which are deployed all over the country in its ongoing projects. Besides, the company frequently organized exhibitions, tech talks and product demonstrations at site from market leaders and tech giants.
Established in 1989 with a small stake of Rs.10,000, a small vision and a turnover of Rs.80,000, NKG Infrastructure has grown into a large organization today with a turnover of Rs.1700 crores approximately. Witnessing the huge potential of onfrastructure development in the field of water supply & sewage treatment, the company has decided to etch its presence in a big way by involving in national schemes like Jal Jeevan Mission, Smart Cities Mission, Namami Gange, Housing for All, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna, and others. To achieve sustainable growth in the coming years, the company is all geared up to curtail overheads, win clients’ confidence, effectively utilize existing resources, along with timely completion of projects with quality assurance. Archit concludes, “We strongly believe in our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s policy of ‘SABKA SAATH, SABKA VIKAS’ and ‘NATION FIRST, ALWAYS FIRST’ mantras”.