Institutional sector is an aggregation of many institutes. These institutes are economic entities that can own asset, incur liabilities and engage with other corporates. We, Sam India, are delighted to share that our expertise in execution and proper structuring has established us as a lead service provider in the construction sector across nation.
SAM India also takes pride that during their journey, they have worked with big private houses, apart from the state/ central government and PSU’s as a result we have constructed various institutional projects such as Hospitals, Airports, Courts, Hostels etc.


The Delhi Metro has been instrumental in ushering in a new era in the sphere of mass urban transportation in India. The swanky and modern Metro system introduced comfortable, air conditioned and eco-friendly services for the first time in India and completely revolutionized the mass transportation scenario not only in the National Capital Region but the entire country.
SAM India is a proud player in contributing their expertise in changing this modern transport system of Delhi NCR. We have successfully constructed Shastri Park, Karkardooma, Vaishali, Mundka & still working in creating the landmarks for Metro Corporation. We are happy that we are part of the success story of this Nobel vision as we have delivered many Delhi Metro projects in committed time frame.Our commitment to engineer perfect infrastructure has led the government to award us the vital connecting line, the metro project from Noida to Greater Noida in collaboration with Taiwan Based Construction Company CEC.


  With the large flow of money in the real estate, there is no looking back in this business. Though the sector is growing at a fast pace, we, at Sam India, believe that the sector is still in its infancy and emerging everyday. And with the vision to incorporate innovation, we deploy distinguished engineers, architects and interior designers in any of our project. Apart from this , we are also committed towards timely deliverance of the projects. To us, satisfaction of the customers is of umpteen importance.


 In India, most of the demand for power is met thorough coal, however, the country is still facing scarcity of power. According to World Bank report, around 400 million people in India have no access to electricity. To cater to this demand, the government is pushing to move to other renewable sources as the country has immense potential for hydro power generation. It ranks fifth in term of exploitable hydro-potential globally. And with an aim to help the government to foster unconventional energy, we, SAM India, have broaden our horizon into power sector as well. We have successfully engineered small hydro power projects. Hydro power projects with a station capacity of up to 25 megawatt fall under the category of small hydro power (SHP).