At Afcons, we recognise the power of people. We scale new heights only because of the conviction and dedication of our employees. We’ve created a sustainable culture wherein every Afconian is aligned to the organisation’s vision and values.

Our dynamic leadership is committed to building transparency and creating an environment where each employee is given ample opportunities, training and incentive to develop into leaders. Backed by strong and dynamic leaders, Afcons has been able to transform from a champion EPC player to a knowledge enterprise.

The uniqueness, complexity and impact of our projects are unmatched, and this instills a deep sense of pride and satisfaction among our employees. Our projects bring us together. We ensure our employees experience a dynamic culture, and are given the best possible work environment, competitive remuneration and incentives to flourish.


    Afcons is ranked 6th globally in Marine & Port facilities, and 21st globally in the Bridges sector as per latest Engineering News-Record (ENR) survey. It is also the highest-ranking Indian contractor in Top 50 International Contractors in Transportation. Afcons is the first infrastructure company globally to win the Most Innovative Knowledge Enterprise (MIKE) Award at the Global, Asia Pacific, and India levels in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, having won its predecessor the Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award in 2016 and 2017.

Tunnel T49

Tunnel T49 is a key structure in the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link project (USBRL) in Jammu & Kashmir. Located in the Dharam-Quazigund section, Tunnel T49 cuts through an unforgiving landscape of rugged and rocky mountain peaks. Of the 38 tunnels in USBRL, T49 is the longest. At 12.75 Kilometres, it will also be the longest railway tunnel of India, surpassing the 11.2-Kilometre-long Pir Panjal Tunnel, also in Jammu & Kashmir. Once this section is operational, the travel time between Udhampur and Baramulla will be reduced by half.

Tunnel T49 connects Sumber and Arpinchala Stations in the Ramban district.