With a strong legacy spanning over four decades, OSE has grown to be one of the top players in the Indian Infrastructure space and has created a brand that is synonymous with High quality and Speedy execution.
From the early focus on airport construction, OSE has successfully completed pavement works at 39 Indian airports. Today OSE has grown to a Rs. 22 billion business with four main verticals: Highways EPC, Highways BOT, Mining Development & Operations, (MDO) and Optical Fiber Cable (OFC) laying.
Over the years OSE has constructed 7250 lane kms of highways and has invested over Rs. 106.43 Billion in the BOT business. The strong financial base of the Company is reflected in a top line CAGR of approximately 15% and the consistent record of cash profitability - which together ensure that a maximum number of works are completed before schedule.
OSE continues on this journey of growth and has set a target to double its top lines by 2018.
OSE is part of the Bakshi Group of Companies, a Delhi Based industrial group with an annual turnover of Rs. 50 Billion.
One of the leading construction companies, OSE has worldwide expertise in construction of rigid and flexible pavements for roads, highways and airfield. Our expertise extends to bridges, flyovers and embankments with reinforced earth and earthwork.
In the 45 years of its existence, OSE has executed pavement works, both rigid and flexible, at 39 Airfield and major National/State Highway projects in India and abroad, having executed contracts for such esteemed clients as the National Highways Autority of India (NHAI); the Ministry of Road Transport & Highway (MoRTH); Roads & Highway Department; Govt. of Bangladesh; the Indian Air Force; Central Public Works Department; Airports Authority of India; State Public Works Departments and reputed corporate bodies such as Reliance Utility Engineers Pvt. Ltd.; Jaiprakash Associates; GMR Group; Tata Realty & Infrastructure Ltd.; IL&FS and IRB infrastructure Developers Ltd.
OSE's vast experience of constructing a Greenfield Airport at Lengpui, Mizoram in the far East; Suratgarh in the West; Trichi in the South; Car Nicobar Island in the Bay of Bengal and Agatti Island in the Arabian Sea, bear testimony to its ability to work in various parts of the country, across diverse climatic conditions and geographical locations.