Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. (RInfra) EPC has received Letters of Award (LOA) from Government of India undertakings for two road projects. The two projects have a combined value of INR 1,881 crore. The road project LOAs have been received from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) are for the six-laning of a 69.5 km stretch of Aurangabad to Bihar-Jharkhand border (Chordaha) section of NH2 with a project cost of INR 882 crore, and the adjoining 71.3 km stretch of the Bihar–Jharkhand border (Chordaha) to Gorhar section of NH-2 in Jharkhand for INR 999 crore. The six-laning of both the roads projects is under the Government of India’s flagship National Highway Development Program (phase V) and is funded by NHAI.
Few other bidders who participated in these projects were L&T, Dilip Buildcon and GR Infrastructure etc.
The scope of work includes design, engineering, procurement and construction of six-lane highway and associated bridges with paved shoulders. The overall schedule for project is 24 months and 30 months from the appointed date, respectively. Read More…
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