BCPL Railway Infrastructure Limited was originally incorporated as a private limited company with the name `Bapi Construction Electrical Engineering Private Limited` on December 08, 1995. Subsequently, upon change of name of the company as `BCPL Railway Infrastructure Private Limited` on July 31, 2008. Subsequently, upon conversion to a Public Limited Company, `BCPL Railway Infrastructure Limited` on August 05, 2008.
The Company is engaged in the field of Railway Infrastructure Development involving design, drawing, supply, Erection and Commissioning of 25KV, 50Hz Single Phase Traction Overhead Equipment. The key clients of the Company include various zones of the Indian Railways like Eastern Railway, South Eastern Railway, South East Central Railway, Northern Railway, East Coast Railway, North Frontier Railway, East Central Railway, Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) as well as large Public and Private Sector Undertakings like RITES Ltd., Durgapur Projects Ltd., Essel Mining Industries Ltd.,Adhunik Group, Usha Martin Industries Ltd, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd., Rungta Mines, Haldia Energy Limited, Electrosteel and many more.
The Company has kept its focus on the Electrification sector of the Railways keeping in view the vast scope of work in the existing and the untapped areas. As a result, the Company has been able to build its resources capable of executing large, medium and small electrification projects in the most efficient and timely manner.
The Company first made forays into a highly technical field, overhead electrification of the Indian Railways and through series of events over the successive years made rapid and spectacular progress in its chosen field of work and with dedication, team work, commitment, discipline and astute planning and strategy, scaled newer heights of progress and glory.
BCPL started its business as a CIVIL Contractor for the Indian Railways, after seeing the zeal and enthusiasm of four young entrepreneurs, the officers of Indian Railways suggested that they should help the railways in the electrification work. This was in the late of the 90`s when there were very few contractors in the electrification area and the Indian Railways had realized the importance of electrification of the railway routes. Railway electrification as a branch of railway infrastructure development is one of the most difficult branches since the work involves construction in remote areas through which the trains frequently pass.
The Company was promoted by Mr. Aparesh Nandi, Mr. Jayanta Kumar Ghosh, Mr. Uday Narayan Singh and Mr. Kanhai Singh, who did not spare a second thought and immediately adhered to the advice of the senior officers and ventured into railway electrification. They have sound knowledge and experience in the industry in which they operate.