Case study of GHMC Biodiversity flyover in Hyderabad

The GHMC Flyover Project:

The GHMC Flyover Project is the construction of a multi-level flyover project in Hyderabad, initiated on April 2, 2016.

The project aims to construct multi-level separators at four junctions, namely Biodiversity Junction, MindSpace Junction, Ayyappa Society, and Rajiv Gandhi Statue Junction, to improve the traffic flow and reduce congestion in the city under Engineering, Procurement, and Constructions (EPC).

Over time, the flyover expected harsh weather conditions and heavy traffic to expose to significant wear and tear.

To ensure the longevity of the flyover, the engineers and contractors decided to use Sunanda Global’s protective coatings for the concrete.

Biodiversity flyover in Hyderabad

The Application:

Sunanda Global’s expertise in construction chemicals and materials enabled them to produce high-quality protective coatings for concrete that surpassed the project’s required standards.

They provided a range of protective coatings that would enhance the durability and strength of the concrete structure of the Biodiversity Flyover.

This coating is a high-performance, self-cleaning, and water-repellent material that forms a thin film on the concrete surface, protecting it from water and chemical damage.

The Sunanda team worked closely with the contractors to ensure the coatings were applied correctly and met the project’s specifications. They also provided on-site technical support and training to the construction crew to ensure the coatings were applied uniformly.


The officials were more than satisfied with the products offered by Sunanda Global and were impressed with the variety of products available to meet their specific requirements. 

The coatings have shown exceptional resistance to weather conditions and traffic, ensuring the flyover’s durability and longevity for years. 

Sunanda Global’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction has helped them establish a reputation as a trusted partner in construction projects worldwide.