Case study of Bandra-Worli Sealink in Mumbai

Bandra-Worli Sealink Project:

Bandra-Worli Sealink is a heavily used commuter bridge in the metropolitan area of Mumbai City. The bridge connects Bandra in the Western Suburbs with Worli in South Mumbai.

The Bandra-Worli Sealink is around 5.6 km long, 8-lane bridge and is India’s 4th longest sea bridge.

During rush hours, the sea link cuts the distance between Bandra and Worli from 20 to 30 minutes to 10 minutes.

The new eight-lane sea connection was hampered by rugged terrain, expected high wind speeds, and the highly corrosive weather the bridge would have experienced once it was built.

The structure serves as a high-traffic zone, so a special anti-carbonation coating system with a decorative finish was required. 


The Application:

Sunanda Global proposed their high-performance anti-carbonation coatings for the above project for protection against UV rays, water, and carbon dioxide to withstand extreme climate changes such as heavy rain, high humidity, and heat.


Sunanda Global provided the required materials to the customer on time and successfully met the customer’s expectations. 

Sunanda Global provided superior technical support, and regular follow-ups were done to speed up the project, which helped the project’s completion on time.

The customer appreciated the professional service of Sunanda Global and their high-performing materials offered at cost-effective prices.