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Canal & Tunnel Drafting and Designing Services

MVNL specializes in offering a whole suite of canal and tunnel drafting and designing services in India. We have proven our mettle in the ever-competitive civil engineering designing industry by offering innovative drafting and designing solutions that transform your construction plans quite significantly. Speaking of canal and tunnel civil engineering designing and planning, we focus on serving our clients with bleeding-edge solutions centered on productivity and significant cost savings.

We are one of the top-ranked canal and tunnel civil engineering designing firms for a reason.

Canal and Tunnel Civil Engineering Drafting and Designing Solutions

For over 10 years, we have offered best-in-the-breed engineering design services to our clients. Whether it is civil engineering designs, consultancy, or cost estimation, we are your one-stop destination for civil engineering designing and planning for canals & tunnels.

Below are listed some of the many services offered by MVNL.

Why Choose MVNL for Canal and Tunnel CAD and Drafting Solutions?

MVNL is committed to empowering its worldwide clientele with power-packed and customized civil engineering design and drafting services. Below are a few reasons to prefer MVNL.


Adherence to native standards of designs


Productivity-centric solutions




100% customer satisfaction


Well-versed with international civil engineering drawing codes

For more information related to canal and tunnel engineering designs and drafting services, feel free to connect with one of the MVNL experts.

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Head Office

MV Ingenieursbureau B.V. Corsicaweg 10, 1044 AB Amsterdam, Netherlands

Our Office

World Trade Tower, Near S.G highway Sanad cross road, B/H JCB showroom Ahmedabad – 370051

Phone / Email

+91 079 46020936

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