HCC focuses on constructing landmark projects of high complexity where it applies its core competencies and skills to deliver world class infrastructure. It has constructed 28% of India's hydel power and 65% of India's nuclear power generation capacities, over 3600 lane Km of Expressways and Highways, more than 300 Km of complex Tunneling and over 356 Bridges.
HCC infrastructure Ltd. is engaged in the creation and management of assets in the areas of Transportation, Power and Water. Since its inception, HCC Infrastructure has grown its portfolio to Rs. 5,500 Cr. ($1 bn) in 2013-14, which includes six NHAI concessions.
Lavasa India's first planned hill city, is located at a 3 hour- drive from Mumbai and spread across a picturesque landscape of over 10,000 hectares. Meticulously master planned by leading U.S based town planners - HOK International Ltd., the Lavasa city plan has won several international awards. The integrated development at Lavasa will include five self-sustaining towns with a permanent population of over 300,000 people.
Steiner AG is Switzerland's second largest total services contractor. In May 2010, HCC took a controlling stake in this company. With a heritage of nearly 100 years, the company specializes in turnkey development of new buildings and refurbishments, and offers services in all facets of real estate development and construction. The company recently initiated the formation of Steiner India Ltd in Mumbai.
Highbar Technologies is one of the most preferred IT solutions provider for the infrastructure industry. Highbar's portfolio of ERP solutions, line of business IT solutions and process consulting is aimed at increasing efficiencies for organizations. Infrastructure domain knowledge backed by IT expertise and strategic alliances are the key differentiators which enable us to provide end-to-end, customized IT solutions to infrastructure organisations.
Hincon Holdings Limited was incorporated on September 24, 1996 as a private limited company under the name of Hincon Holdings Private Limited. The company was converted to a public limited company and the name of the company became Hincon Holdings Limited with effect from July 23, 1999.