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Fekri And VAPI Over Bridge Projects And
Arun Lakhani

Vapi, is a city and municipality in Valsad District in the state
of Gujarat. It is situated on the banks of the Damanganga
River and is the largest city in the Valsad district and also the
second largest city after Surat in South Gujarat.It can be called
the most developed city in Gujarat followed
by Ahemdabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot. Around 28 km

south of the district headquarters in the city of Valsad, it is
surrounded by the Union Territories of Daman to the west
and Dadra and Nagar Haveli to the east. Economic and
industrial growth in recent decades has blurred the physical
boundaries, and a small stretch of roughly 21 km of DamanVapi-Silvassa has almost become a single urban area. The
town originally belonged to the community of Desai (Anavil
Bramhins), Jains and other tribal castes later migrated to the
city. It is the largest industrial area in Asia in terms of smallscale industries, dominated by the chemical industry.

It has been ranked 2 in the year 2008 among the most
polluted places in the world, mainly due to its poor air and
water quality caused by nearby industrial sites. People who
have been living in the town have a lot of complaints about
their health due to the pollution emissions happening almost
every night from chemical factories. Arun Lakhani realized that
Vapi was a good estate to invest in it. VIL India spotted this
opportunity way back in 2000 and strategically decided to stay
focused on BOT projects. It made a humble start with the
development of 8.3 Km Bypass road on BOT basis, which was
one of the first BOT concessions awarded at that time. Those
were tough times for the industry with stiff resistance from key
stakeholders i.e. the commuters for paying toll for using the
road. However, the concept matured well over time and VIL
India completed 4 projects well within stipulated construction

time, the concession period for these range from 15 to 30
years.

Roads, the predominant mode of transportation in India carry
almost 80 percent of the country’s passenger traffic and 65
percent of its freight. With a density of 0.66 km of highway per
square kilometer of land India’s highway network is similar to
that of the United States (0.65) and much greater than China’s
(0.16) or Brazil’s (0.20). India boasts of 3.3 million Kms of
highways, with 80,000 Kms of National highways and 1,
31,000 Kms of State highways. Indian roads experienced a
10.16% CAGR of growth of vehicles in the last five years.

Fekri and VAPI over bridge Projects by Vishavaraj Infra: Railway
Over Bridge on NH 6 (FEKARI) on Build Operate Transfer (BOT)
basis, for a period of 15 Years. Project SVP - Fekari
Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd for Ministry of Road Transport and
Highways, Government of India and is Operational (Since
2009). Another project: River Over Bridge on National Highway
No. 6 on Pinglai River (VAPI) Build Operate Transfer (BOT)
basis, for a period of 13 Years. Project SVP - VHCPL ADCC
Pinglai Infrastructure Private Limited (VAPI) for the Ministry of
Road Transport and Highways, Government of India and is
Operational (Since 2004).

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