Infrastructure company GPT Infraprojects today said its joint venture has won a Rs 245.33-crore project for construction of a rail line related to a nuclear power plant in Bangladesh. In the GPTSEL-CCCL JV, the company said its share is Rs 83.41 crore.
“GPT Infraprojects Limited (GPT) is pleased to announce that the company has bagged an order valued at Rs 245.33 crore (BDT 297.56 Crore), our share being 34 per cent,” the company said in a regulatory filing to the BSE.
The project pertains to construction of rail line in connection with construction of Ruppur Nuclear Power Plant and other ancillary works, Bangladesh.
The company said the contract has been awarded by office of the Chief Engineer (West), Bangladesh Railway, Rajshahi, Bangladesh and the completion period of the project is 18 months. Read More
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