Nature of Business: –

  • Fabrication:
  1.  Roof Trusses for Storage godowns, School buildings & factory shed etc.
  2.  Trail suspension and suspended bridge.
  3.  Overhead water tanks, Oil Tanks, Syphone.
  4.  Garbage and Waste collecting skips, trolleys etc.
  5.  Penstock pipes, Irrigation gates.
  • Erection:
  1.  Bailey bridges, Sugar Mills steel structural parts erection.
  2.  Girder bridges, Truss bridges.
  • Turnkey Project:
  1. Glass Houses for different agricultural applications.
  2. River crossing ferries of 20 to 30 M. Ton capacities.
  3. Micro Hydel plant up to 100kW.
  • Hydropower Project.
  1. Bridges-Suspension and Suspended for pedestrian and Motorable.
  2. Gantry crane facilities from 10 to 20 M. Tons capacity (both EOT & HOT)

Steel Structure Fabrication

Metal fabrication is the building of metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling processes. It is a value added process that involves the creation of machines, parts, and structures from various raw materials.

Micro Hydel

Micro hydro shall be understood as hydroelectric generating units with capacities ranging above 10 to 100 kW. Microhydro has the potential to be a major source of energy for rural areas. Water is plentiful in the rugged hills of Nepal and microhydro provides a more practical and cost effective alternative to the national grid.

Structural Engineering

Structural engineering is a sub-discipline of civilengineering in which structural engineers are trained to understand, predict, and calculate the stability, strength and rigidity of built structures for buildings and nonbuilding structures, to develop designs and integrate their design with that of other designers

Hydropower

Nepal has a huge hydropower potential. In fact, the perennial nature of Nepali rivers and the steep gradient of the country’s topography provide ideal conditions for the development of some of the world’s largest hydroelectric projects in Nepal. Current estimates are that Nepal has approximately 40,000 MW of economically .

Radial Gates

 Radial Gates, also known as tainter gates (after the structural engineer who popularized them) are the most common type of spillway gate in use today. It is classified as an undershot gate because water flows under the gate. It consists of a curved skin plate supported by a structural steel frame.

Cable car

Improved Tuin river crossing technology can provide a sustainable solution to people living in isolated, rural and mountainous areas. … the technical setbacks of the Tuins and the user’s concerns Practical Actions’ technicians have now improved the design by adding sag control cable and hauling cable to the pulley system