BANGALORE: Anil Dhirubhai Ambani-promoted Reliance Infrastructure is revamping its senior management team. It has inducted 16 new faces in top-level positions across functions in the past two months. The Rs 84,000-crore infrastructure company has appointed Anil P Gupta, an industry veteran as the president and head, infrastructure.
Gupta will lead the company’s business strategy, growth plans and project execution. He was earlier president and country head of Honeywell International India and has worked with GE, ABB and NTPC in the past. The company has also appointed Neeraj Jain as senior vice-president to head the Mumbai metro line-II project. The former Indian Railways executive brings with him over thirty years of experience.
He was also instrumental in the execution of the Kolkata Metro extension. Further, Virendra Joshi is being inducted as the head of finance for the Mumbai metro project. The company is currently developing three metro rail projects in Mumbai and Delhi with a total stretch of 66 km and a project outlay of . 16,000 crore. Andrew Thomas from London Underground Railways has joined as chief operating officer for the Delhi Airport Express Metro , to look after its operations..