Supreme Infrastructure India Limited was incorporated as Supreme Asphalts Private Limited on 8th April 1983. The company name was changed to Supreme Infrastructure India Private Limited on 10th April 2002. Subsequently, it was converted into a Public Limited Company and the name was changed to Supreme Infrastructure India Limited. Mr. Bhawanishankar H. Sharma, Mr. Ved Prakash Gupta and Mr. Hirendra Kumar Sinha are promoted the company. The Company was incorporated with the objects of commencing activities in construction field and supplying of asphalt. Over the period of time two of the promoters Mr. Ved Prakash Gupta and Mr. Hirendra Kumar Sinha disassociated from the Company with effect from 1999 and ceased to be promoters of the Company. The Company is a medium sized construction Company. The company has engaged in the activities of Construction of Roads, Highways, widening of Highways, Operating Wet Mix Plant for captive consumption of Wet Mix Macadam (WMM), Operating a Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) Plant for the captive consumption of the RMC as well as for sale to other parties, Operating an Asphalt Plant for meeting the requirements of Asphalt for the projects under execution by it and Crushing Plant for crushing the stones / boulders into aggregates of various types for use in the construction activities. The Company started executing the orders of BMC and PWD at various sites and concreting of roads. After establishing in the field the Company further expanded its activities and procured contract of MMRDA and MSRDC. Presently the Company is registered with PWD and with BMC and is so eligible to bid for their tenders without any restriction in terms of value. Moreover, these registrations and class are also accepted and acknowledged by MMRDA and MSRDC. The work in hand as on August 1, 2007 is worth Rs. 299.84 Crores and most of these projects are from agencies such as MMRDA, MSRDC, MPT and NHAI. The Company is also executing a project for MUTP of earthwork and civil construction for laying of railway tracks between Vidya Vihar and Ghatkopar as a part of the Kurla-Thane (Phase-I) railway project being built under the World Bank aided Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP).