Case study of Mumbai Monorail

Mumbai Monorail Project:

The Mumbai Monorail Project was a massive infrastructure development initiative in Mumbai, India, aimed at providing an efficient and cost-effective mode of transportation to the city’s residents.

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) decided to build at Chembur – Wadala – Sant Gadge Maharaj Chowk – 20 Km long Monorail corridor to reduce traffic congestion in Mumbai city and other modes of transport, i.eMetro and BRT could be challenging to implement.

The contractors tasked with building the project faced numerous challenges, including extreme heat and humidity, heavy rainfall, and exposure to pollutants and other environmental factors.

Mumbai Monorail

The Application:

Sunanda Global’s protective coatings for concrete were selected for the entire project from Chembur to Sant Gadge Maharaj Chowk’s 20 km stretch with all the stations.

The coatings helped to provide an effective solution from damage caused by harsh weather conditions, exposure to chemicals, and general wear and tear.

They formulated the coating to provide excellent adhesion to concrete surfaces and to withstand extreme weather conditions, making them an ideal choice for this project.


Sunanda Global completed the project on time with assured best material quality and provided the highest technical support as and when required.

One of the significant benefits of using Sunanda Global’s protective coatings was that they helped to extend the lifespan of the concrete structures, reducing the need for costly repairs and maintenance work in the future.

Overall, Sunanda Global’s protective coatings for concrete played a vital role in the success of the Mumbai Monorail Project. Ensuring they completed the monorail system on time and to the highest possible quality and safety standards.