K Prasanth, Head of Department, Bridges

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K Prasanth

Head of Bridges, India

T: +91 988 499 4014

My job

Based in Mumbai, I work with a team of engineers on conceptualising and designing bridges of different levels of complexity. With sound knowledge of International codes and skills developed in advanced analysis techniques, I have contributed to some iconic major bridge projects such as Forth Replacement Crossing and the Kashmir Railway Bridges.

K Prasanth is based out of Mumbai, India and heads the bridges team

Global expertise with local knowledge

I started my career in 2003 at IIT Madras as a project associate working on various consultancy projects including buildings and bridges. I joined legacy L&T Ramboll in 2004 and have worked on major engineering consultancy projects. 

I have been associated with the offshoring business of Ramboll in India since the year 2006 and I am one of the first employees from Ramboll’s transport team to be associated with offshoring. I worked on numerous bridge projects specially from Denmark and Norway such as Nordhavnsvej, Copenhagen Ringsted rail link, Gudena bridge and Helsingor motorway in Denmark and Kristiansand Grimstad E18 motorway in Norway. While working on international projects, I also had the opportunity to work on some interesting projects in India such as the new Hyderabad International Airport, Mumbai International Airport, Versova Creek bridge rehabilitation and Pragati Maidan tunnel at New Delhi  

I am leading a multidisciplinary team comprising of experts from various offices of Ramboll to deliver one of India’s most iconic transport projects, the Mumbai Coastal Road (MCR). it gives me immense pride to be leading this marvellous project and take on the challenging task of leading design teams working across the globe to deliver under extremely tight schedules. 

The range of diverse projects I have worked on over the years has helped me learn and develop strong technical expertise, which in turn has enabled me to deliver projects of higher complexity and successfully implement ideas on optimization of structures.