In a bid to secure contract for the Chief Minister’s ambitious Nagpur-Mumbai Super Communication Expressway (NMSCE), as many as eighteen highway builders, who participated for the technical financial bid for the 700-kilometre project, have qualified. Sources added, with this selection, bids for 13 out of the 16 packages of the project has been completed.
According to the sources, “the largest part is of 78 kilometres, while the smallest will be of 28 kilometres”. Sources also provided the name of the qualified companies projects. Some of these companies are L&T, Reliance Infra, NCC, Gayatri Projects, Sadbhav Engineering, PNC Infratech, Oriental Structures, Navyuga Engineering, Modern Road Builders, Tata Projects, Afcons, Megha Engineering, Montecarlo EPC and APCO among others.
The complete project will be completed at an estimated expenditure of Rs 50,000 crore of which Rs 30,000 crore will be used in construction work and the remaining Rs 20,000 will be used for land acquisition. Read More
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