Case Studies: UK success in India

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Mott MacDonald’s first project in India was in 1971 on the design of the Second Hooghly Crossing in Kolkata – a 1000m long cable stayed bridge. Business started to gain momentum in the late 1980s on externally funded projects for organisations such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and the UK Department for International […]


Our workload is cyclical. Growth requires expansion to different sectors or different markets. There was a strategic push in 2006 /07 to look at other markets, and we commissioned a study to look at the various geographical locations we could go into. We looked at Russia, the Middle East, India, China, Africa, South America. All […]

We have an office in London, Edinburgh and Manchester. We have worked on projects across 30 countries. Internationally, we don’t have any project offices but in terms of work we have worked on 140 projects across the globe.


Our Indian operations also offer innovative technologies for washing and to upgrade low-grade Iron ore. Our coverage is worldwide with offices in England (Coventry), India (Kolkata and Bangalore) and the Middle East (Dubai and Doha). Further to these offices, we have a distributor network throughout Europe.

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