In 2011 Eptisa established its first subsidiary in India based in Haryana, and in only two years we have consolidated our presencein the country after been awarded with different projects in the water, agriculture, transport and information technology sectors.

With a consolidated team for the project management and business development, we work in projects financed by multilateral organisms as well as for the Government of India, competing with local companies. From our office in India, we have developed the market for Bangladesh, receiving our first contract in late 2013.

In the transport infrastructure sector, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways of India, through the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), has awarded Eptisa a new contract to provide independent engineer services for the Rohtak to Hissar section of four lanes NH-10 Highway, in the Haryana state.

In 2012 Eptisa was acknowledged by the Spanish General Directorate for Railways as Notified Body with ability to act as Independent Safety Assessor (ISA), according to Regulation EC 352/2009 of the European Commission and acted as ISA during the construction of Hyderabad Metro Rail System in that year.

The Government of Uttar Pradesh State, through the Irrigation Infrastructure Department, has entrusted to Eptisa the consultancy services to carry out a survey and redesign for the rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation infrastructure, specifically the main delivery canal in Lower Ganges Canal System, which provides irrigation facility to the entire lower area of the Yamuna River Basin, tributary of Ganges. The project is financed by the World Bank.

In the water and information technology sectors, we continue working in the Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Surface Water Information System project for the Central Water Commission (CWC), a technical organization in the field of Water Resources and is presently functioning as an attached office of the Ministry of Water Resources. The new web environment system will be implemented in participating agencies in the phase II of the National Hydrology Project, and potentially in all States and UTs of India. Furthermore, will be provided the web services required for data dissemination that, among other tasks, will allow the support of the Flood Warning functions.