The Anji Khad Bridge Project
Italferr was awarded the contract for designing and supervising the works to build the 750 m long Anji Khad Bridge, which has a central span of over 260 metres and is suspended over a gorge of over 200 m.
This is one of the most important works of the entire rail line that will cross the northwestern region of India, running on the slopes of the Kashmir Valley to the Pakistani border.
The activities under the contract awarded to Italferr in April 2016 will take 36 months to be completed.

Mumbai Metro Line 2B & 7
As part of a consortium with the Spanish company Ayesa Ingenieria y Arquitectura and its Indian partners Consulting Engineering Group LTD and Ayesa India, Italferr will be assisting the client, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), to develop two new metro lines in the Mumbai metropolitan region.
The consortium will be working alongside MMRDA as a General consultant, with supervisory, control and project manager duties for all activities (design, construction and procurement), in connection with the construction of the two metro lines.
From September 2016 for a duration of 54 months.

Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (Quality & Safety Audit Consultancy Services)
Italferr and DFCCIL-Dedicated Freight Corridors Corporation India Limited – a vehicle company created by the Indian Railways for managing the investments for building new dedicated freight corridors – have entered into a contract for the provision of “Quality & Safety Audit Consultancy Services - Sahnewal-Khurja-Dadri Section Eastern dedicated Freight Corridor”.
The engagement provides for the support to the Indian client for the delivery of Technical Assistance services focusing on Quality and Safety.
From March 2017 for a duration of 45 months.


Puna-Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Corridor
On behalf of the Indian Ministry of Railways, and in partnership with other global leading rail engineering companies, Italferr took part in the development of a Feasibility Study on the High Speed Corridor between the cities of Puna, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
Activities completed in 2009.

Technical training programme for the Indian Railway managers
On behalf of the Indian Ministry of Railways, Italferr developed an engineer training programme, in Italy, addressing both theoretical and practical aspects for the Railway Department management staff. The training scheme – which was implemented by about 40 in-house trainers and involved 72 managers – featured four modules: Technology, Electric Traction, Civil Infrastructure and Business Strategy.
The lessons and the field work took place between October and December 2008.