- Construction of the prestigious 160 Kms long Tamu-Kalemyo-Kalewa road in Myamnar, with the work completed within the original time frame of three years and at a saving to the exchequer.
- Maintenance of this road entrusted to the BRO by the Myanmar Government for six years.
- 285 M Span Kaladan Bridge
Ø Awarded most outstanding concrete structure by Indian Concrete Institute - Dec 2000
Ø Awarded Best Bridge for Aesthetics by Institution of Bridge Engineers in May 2000
- Rehabilitation of the Jawahar Tunnel on NH-1A (Jammu to Srinagar) by Project Beacon, including the installation of state of art lighting and ventilation systems inside both the tunnel tubes, thus enhancing the safety of travel.
- Optimal utilisation of the inherent potential within the Organisation, leading to achievement of GS Targets, well beyond that originally planned.
- Launching a 200 Meters Double Double Reinforced Bailey Br at 15450 ft by Project Swastik.
- Completion of 11 Nos Permanent Bridges in one year by Project Udayak.
- Commencement of work on the construction of the Tezpur University complex at a cost of Rs.40 Crs.
- Completion of the entire internal road infrastructure for the prestigious IIT Guwahati complex.
- Rehabilitation within four months, the massive damages to the 90 Kms long Hindustan – Tibet road in Himachal Pradesh, which occurred in Jul 2000, due to unprecedented floods in Sutlej River, resulting in this vital axis being washed away at 85 locations along with four major Bailey Bridges.
- Rehabilitation of a strategic road sector in Arunachal Pradesh, damaged due to unprecedented floods in Siang River in Jun 2000, washing away three Bailey Suspension Bridges.
- Restoration of road connectivity within a fortnight - the Phuentsholing - Thimpu road connecting the capital of Bhutan with the rest of the country, which had been severely damaged in Aug 2000.